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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

OFWs at NAIA

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by Chris Musillo


Effective March 1, 2011 all Overseas Philippine Workers (OFW) who are exiting the Philippines via Ninoy Aquino International Airport must pass through the POEA's Labor Assistance Center prior to boarding their airplane.


The purpose behind the procedure is to insure that all OFWs are properly documented and have their proper POEA clearance. The POEA's press release says that priority exit lanes will be put into place for recruiting companies who are recipients of performance awards.


Read the full Healthcare and Immigration Law Blog at www.musillo.com or www.ilw.com.

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  1. Meskerem's Avatar
    Based on what I gathered, it is only a mttaer of time -probably as short as few months but no later than two years- that very bad things happen to US economy. Actually, it doesnt take an economist to be able to predict this. As I have written in a couple or so articles, there is just so much debt floating around and so little ability to service such debt. The result is even more debt to service existing debt. This is never sustainable and is sure to wreck havoc on the US economy and by extension, the world at large. The same is true with a number of Euro economies. The Euro will probably survive if and when they find a way to decouple with hopelessly troubled member-countries.
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