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Saturday, October 18, 2014

WARNING: NO FAKE DOCUMENTS ALLOWED FOR WORKING ABROAD



(Binabalaan ang publiko sa pagsusubmit ng mga pekeng dokumento ayon sa POEA. Sa mga nag-apply ng trabaho sa abroad, pinapaalam natin na iwasan ang pagsubmit ng mga pekeng dokumento dahil ang mga ahensiya ngayon ay humihingi na ng contact numbers ng paaralan o unibersidad at mga tao na pwedeng tawagan para maverify kung may katotohanan ang mga dokumentos ninyo. Ginagawa ito ng mga ahensiya para na rin mapangalagaan at maprotektahan ang kanilang mga kumpanya dahil kapag nahuli sila ng POEA ay tinatanggalan sila ng lisensiya. Pakishare po ng paalalang ito sa ating mga kababayan)

POEA and recruitment agencies are giving a strong warning to the public, especially those applying for overseas work - NO FAKE DOCUMENTS.

In a press release, POEA says it will imposed penalties of 40 months suspension of license to any agencies and recruiters for misrepresentation and falsification of documents of those applying for work overseas. Some of those fake certificates includes TESDA certificates for kasambahay or household service workers. 

Recruitment agencies are also implementing strict verification starting this week, once an OFW submit a certificate, they are asking for verification and contact numbers of schools, and universities for them to verify if the diploma or certificate is authentic. 
POEA Administrator Mr. Hansa Cacdac said: 

“Our government recognizes that the ultimate protection to all migrant workers is the possession of skills and familiarity with the country and language of their employers and host governments that is why OFWs for deployment as HSWs are required to complete the competency requirements under the Philippine TVET Qualification and Certification System,” Cacdac said.

Cacdac reminded recruitment agencies that they are expected to ensure the authenticity and validity of documents and they are liable for any irregularity in its issuance.

News from the ABS-CBN mentioned about several agencies already penalized for submitting forged certificates:

The POEA said several licensed recruiters have already been penalized for submitting forged TESDA national certificates.
Just recently, Cacdac ordered the cancellation of the license of Jardy International Promotion Agency, Mi Amore International Services, Inc., and Greenback International Manpower Services.

He also suspended of the license of Beracah Human Resources 
Consultancy, Global Medical Systems, Inc. and Cinderella International Manpower Services Corporation, for passing on to the POEA fake Comprehensive Pre-Departure Education Program Certificates of Attendance (CPDEP-COA).


“These agencies are liable for leading the POEA to believe that the documents of applicants are authentic, when in truth, the subject certificates are fraudulent,” Cacdac said.

The penalty of cancellation of license is imposed on a recruitment agency found to have committed misrepresentation for the third time.

Cacdac earlier reminded recruitment agencies that they were expected to ensure the authenticity and validity of documents submitted to the POEA because they are liable for any irregularity in its issuance.
As a consequence of the penalty of cancellation of license, the officers and directors of Jardy International Promotion Agency, Mi Amore International Services, Inc., and Greenback International Manpower Services who committed the offense are disqualified from participating in the business of recruitment and placement of overseas Filipino workers.

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