POLO Dubai will be closed on April 9, 2019 for the Celebration of Araw ng Kagitingan and April 18, 2019 for the observance of the Holy Week (Maundy Thurday). For more info, pls. CLICK HERE
Contract Verification: 8 AM to 3 PM (Sunday – Thursday) For New Contract and Balik-Manggagawa Contract Verification and other related documents. For other details, pls. click HERE
Pursuant to POEA MC No. 02 Series of 2019, POLO Dubai shall verify the employment contract/documents of workers who are not previously registered with the POEA – workers with no existing record of deployment with POEA.
POLOs shall only verify the contracts of workers who are not previously registered with POEA. After the verification of employment documents, POLOs shall advise the workers to process their OEC at the POEA upon their return/vacation in the Philippines.
Philippine Consulate General together with the attached agencies conducts SPECIAL CONSULAR DAY for Filipinos in Fujairah. For more information, please CLICK HERE
Philippine Overseas Labor Office and Philippine Consulate General in Dubai and Northern Emirates will be closed on 24-25 & 30-31 of December 2018 and January 1, 2019 for the Christmas Holiday, Rizal Day and New Year Holidays. For info, please click HERE
POLO Dubai will be CLOSED on 29 NOVEMBER & 02 DECEMBER 2018 in observance of the U.A.E. National Holidays. For more info, please click HERE
Following the announcement of the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi, and in respect to the Islamic traditions and UAE government regulations, please be informed that PCG Dubai and POLO Dubai will be closed on Sunday, 18 November 2018 in observance of the UAE Holiday – In Commemoration of the Birth of Prophet Mohammad (peace be continue reading : OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON 18 NOVEMBER 2018 IN OBSERVANCE OF THE UAE HOLIDAY
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