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Philippines issues job advisory for workers in UAE

Philippines issues job advisory for workers in UAE

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The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), Philippines, issued a warning to abroad Filipino laborers, expressing a streamlined confirmation process for records required abroad or reports got abroad required in the Philippines. 

This comes after the Philippines marked the Hague Apostille Convention, a worldwide arrangement where part nations will get rid of the third layer of the confirmation procedure of open reports. Post this, the red lace has been discarded and supplanted by an Apostille stamp. There are 116 nations which marked the show including the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, and The Netherlands, as per reports in Filipino Times. 

Yet, Filipinos who are working or intending to work in the UAE and nations which are not an individual from Apostille Convention, should proceed with the typical three-advance confirmation process which requires archives, for example, birth endorsements and recognitions. 

 

Further clearing up about non-Apostille nations, DFA expressed in the FAQs on their site and stated: "If your open record is to be utilized in a nation where the Apostille Convention does not have any significant bearing, you should contact the international safe haven or department of the nation where you plan to utilize the report so as to discover what your choices are. This normally implies you have to introduce your records to the said nation's international safe haven or office in the Philippines for its confirmation/legitimization".

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