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Thursday, May 11, 2017

Faster Issuance Of Exit Visa For Filipinos Availing Amnesty In Saudi

Consulate vows faster issuance of exit visas for undocumented Pinoys availing Saudi amnesty  JEDDAH – The Philippine Consulate General here has been allowed by Saudi authorities to endorse undocumented Filipinos for deportation three times a week instead of only one.  Saudi immigration officials made the decision to expedite the issuance of exit visas for Filipinos taking advantage of the amnesty given to illegally staying foreigners in the Kingdom.  "Sa ngayon binigyan tayo ng tatlong araw sa isang linggo ng immigration officials sa Shumaisi at kinukumpirma pa natin kung kailan at ilan ang pwede nating dalhin sa deportation," said Consul RJ Sumague.  Sumague said some 4,000 Filipinos have already applied for the amnesty since it started on March 29, but only about 500 of them have been issued exit visas so far. The amnesty period will last for 90 days or three months.  Sumague said some applications were rejected after it was discovered that the applicant has a pending case with the police while others have no records whatsoever.  On Tuesday, the Consulate endorsed some 400 undocumented Filipinos, some of them with children who will undergo DNA test.  A DNA test is required for parents with children to ensure that they are related, Sumague said.



JEDDAH – The Philippine Consulate General here has been allowed by Saudi authorities to endorse undocumented Filipinos for deportation three times a week instead of the usual one day per week (as seen in the interview video below).

Consulate vows faster issuance of exit visas for undocumented Pinoys availing Saudi amnesty  JEDDAH – The Philippine Consulate General here has been allowed by Saudi authorities to endorse undocumented Filipinos for deportation three times a week instead of only one.  Saudi immigration officials made the decision to expedite the issuance of exit visas for Filipinos taking advantage of the amnesty given to illegally staying foreigners in the Kingdom.  "Sa ngayon binigyan tayo ng tatlong araw sa isang linggo ng immigration officials sa Shumaisi at kinukumpirma pa natin kung kailan at ilan ang pwede nating dalhin sa deportation," said Consul RJ Sumague.  Sumague said some 4,000 Filipinos have already applied for the amnesty since it started on March 29, but only about 500 of them have been issued exit visas so far. The amnesty period will last for 90 days or three months.  Sumague said some applications were rejected after it was discovered that the applicant has a pending case with the police while others have no records whatsoever.  On Tuesday, the Consulate endorsed some 400 undocumented Filipinos, some of them with children who will undergo DNA test.  A DNA test is required for parents with children to ensure that they are related, Sumague said.

Saudi immigration officials made the decision to expedite the issuance of exit visas for Filipinos taking advantage of the amnesty given to illegally staying foreigners in the Kingdom.

"For now, we were given three days a week by the immigration officials in Shumaisi and we are currently confirming when and how many (people) can we bring to the deportation center," said Consul RJ Sumague.
Consulate vows faster issuance of exit visas for undocumented Pinoys availing Saudi amnesty  JEDDAH – The Philippine Consulate General here has been allowed by Saudi authorities to endorse undocumented Filipinos for deportation three times a week instead of only one.  Saudi immigration officials made the decision to expedite the issuance of exit visas for Filipinos taking advantage of the amnesty given to illegally staying foreigners in the Kingdom.  "Sa ngayon binigyan tayo ng tatlong araw sa isang linggo ng immigration officials sa Shumaisi at kinukumpirma pa natin kung kailan at ilan ang pwede nating dalhin sa deportation," said Consul RJ Sumague.  Sumague said some 4,000 Filipinos have already applied for the amnesty since it started on March 29, but only about 500 of them have been issued exit visas so far. The amnesty period will last for 90 days or three months.  Sumague said some applications were rejected after it was discovered that the applicant has a pending case with the police while others have no records whatsoever.  On Tuesday, the Consulate endorsed some 400 undocumented Filipinos, some of them with children who will undergo DNA test.  A DNA test is required for parents with children to ensure that they are related, Sumague said.


Consulate vows faster issuance of exit visas for undocumented Pinoys availing Saudi amnesty  JEDDAH – The Philippine Consulate General here has been allowed by Saudi authorities to endorse undocumented Filipinos for deportation three times a week instead of only one.  Saudi immigration officials made the decision to expedite the issuance of exit visas for Filipinos taking advantage of the amnesty given to illegally staying foreigners in the Kingdom.  "Sa ngayon binigyan tayo ng tatlong araw sa isang linggo ng immigration officials sa Shumaisi at kinukumpirma pa natin kung kailan at ilan ang pwede nating dalhin sa deportation," said Consul RJ Sumague.  Sumague said some 4,000 Filipinos have already applied for the amnesty since it started on March 29, but only about 500 of them have been issued exit visas so far. The amnesty period will last for 90 days or three months.  Sumague said some applications were rejected after it was discovered that the applicant has a pending case with the police while others have no records whatsoever.  On Tuesday, the Consulate endorsed some 400 undocumented Filipinos, some of them with children who will undergo DNA test.  A DNA test is required for parents with children to ensure that they are related, Sumague said.Sumague said some 4,000 Filipinos have already applied for the amnesty since it started on March 29, but only about 500 of them have been issued exit visas so far. The amnesty period will last for 90 days or three months.
Consulate vows faster issuance of exit visas for undocumented Pinoys availing Saudi amnesty  JEDDAH – The Philippine Consulate General here has been allowed by Saudi authorities to endorse undocumented Filipinos for deportation three times a week instead of only one.  Saudi immigration officials made the decision to expedite the issuance of exit visas for Filipinos taking advantage of the amnesty given to illegally staying foreigners in the Kingdom.  "Sa ngayon binigyan tayo ng tatlong araw sa isang linggo ng immigration officials sa Shumaisi at kinukumpirma pa natin kung kailan at ilan ang pwede nating dalhin sa deportation," said Consul RJ Sumague.  Sumague said some 4,000 Filipinos have already applied for the amnesty since it started on March 29, but only about 500 of them have been issued exit visas so far. The amnesty period will last for 90 days or three months.  Sumague said some applications were rejected after it was discovered that the applicant has a pending case with the police while others have no records whatsoever.  On Tuesday, the Consulate endorsed some 400 undocumented Filipinos, some of them with children who will undergo DNA test.  A DNA test is required for parents with children to ensure that they are related, Sumague said.

Sumague said some applications were rejected after it was discovered that the applicant has a pending case with the police while others have no records whatsoever.




On Tuesday, the Consulate endorsed some 400 undocumented Filipinos, some of them with children who will undergo DNA test.
Consulate vows faster issuance of exit visas for undocumented Pinoys availing Saudi amnesty  JEDDAH – The Philippine Consulate General here has been allowed by Saudi authorities to endorse undocumented Filipinos for deportation three times a week instead of only one.  Saudi immigration officials made the decision to expedite the issuance of exit visas for Filipinos taking advantage of the amnesty given to illegally staying foreigners in the Kingdom.  "Sa ngayon binigyan tayo ng tatlong araw sa isang linggo ng immigration officials sa Shumaisi at kinukumpirma pa natin kung kailan at ilan ang pwede nating dalhin sa deportation," said Consul RJ Sumague.  Sumague said some 4,000 Filipinos have already applied for the amnesty since it started on March 29, but only about 500 of them have been issued exit visas so far. The amnesty period will last for 90 days or three months.  Sumague said some applications were rejected after it was discovered that the applicant has a pending case with the police while others have no records whatsoever.  On Tuesday, the Consulate endorsed some 400 undocumented Filipinos, some of them with children who will undergo DNA test.  A DNA test is required for parents with children to ensure that they are related, Sumague said.

A DNA test is required for parents with children to ensure that they are related, Sumague said.


source: GMA News




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