The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration reiterated its advice to overseas jobseekers to disregard emails informing them of selection for supposed employment in countries like Ireland, Poland, United Kingdom, Canada, the United States of America and other developed countries.
The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration yesterday warned Filipino workers of the severe penalties foreigners may face for violating Japan’s law on the proper use of visa or residence status.
The consequences, other than detention and deportation, may include prison term and a ban to re-enter Japan depending on the gravity of the violation of the residence status thereby forfeiting their right to pursue other employment opportunities in Japan.
POEA clarifies attendance in pre-licensing seminar
In Advisory No. 35, Series of 2019, Administrator Bernard P. Olalia said that in case of the issuance of license, the sole proprietor, all partners, all members of the board of directors, and the chief executive officer are required to attend the PLOS as a pre-qualification requirement for the issuance of a license to operate a recruitment or manning agency.