Employer’s Documentation Process
Step I: Accreditation
Submission of the following requirements duly verified by the Philippines Overseas Labor Office of the host country.
- Recruitment Agreement or Memorandum of Agreement
- Special Power of Attorney
- Model Employment Contract
- Manpower Request
- Commercial and Business Registration with English Translation
- Translated National I.D. of the Responsible Person
- Approved Authority Letter with English Translation
- Cancellation and Transfer of Accreditation Letter (If accredited with other Philippine Agency)
- Affidavit of Undertaking on the Number of Workers to be deployed
- Information Sheet from POLO Office of the Host Country
Processing will take three (3) days provided all documents are in order and no objections are coming from another company. It will take seven (7) days or more if the said company is formerly accredited with another company and depending on its former transaction.
Step II: POEA Attestation Procedure:
Depending on the country of destination requirement. Processing will take two (2) working days.
Step III: Visa Processing, Filling, and Releasing:
Embassies has changed its policy regarding the filing of visa applicants. At present, the allowable limit of (30) passports per day is being accepted from each company, which would take seven (7) working days to process. Visas are released on the eight (8th) day.
Step IV: Overseas Employment Certificate Processing:
The Processing of the Overseas Employment Certification takes three (3) working days depending upon the volume of workers to be processed. If the Manpower Requested exceeds twenty (20) workers, processing will take another three (3) working days to complete the process.
Step V: Booking and Deployment Date:
Booking takes one (1) day and the availability of flights may cause some delays due to limited number of flight to country of destination, advance booking of (7) days is highly advised.