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Filipinos In UAE Seeking Repatriation Asked To ‘Completely, Correctly’ Accomplish Form



Philippine Consul General Paul Raymund Cortes said that those overseas Filipino workers who are holders of visas issued in Dubai and the Northern Emirates and are seeking repatriation assistance from the Philippine government need to completely and correctly accomplish the application form published on Google form.


The form can be found here.


“Nauunawaan ng Philippine Consulate General sa Dubai ang sitwasyon ng mga Pilipinong nasa Dubai and Northern Emirates dahil sa pinalawig na pagbawal ng pagpasok ng mga pasahero mula sa UAE. Kung kaya’t patuloy din naming ipinararating sa Department of Foreign Affairs ang inyong mga hinaing, upang sa gayon ay maiparating din ito sa mga kinauukulang ahensya ng gobyerno ng Pilipinas,” the form reads.


Applicants should also key an active mobile number and are cleared to travel without any pending and active criminal, police, civil case.


“To those who have already submitted their repatriation request and would like to know their current queue number in the list of overseas Filipinos seeking repatriation, please provide your passport number on the following page: https://dubaipcg.dfa.gov.ph/repatriation-2021,” Cortes wrote in a tweet.


“Once you put in your passport number, the system will tell you your queue number and date/time you submitted your application. Thanks again,” he added.


For Abu Dhabi and Al Ain visa holders, one may contact the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi Assistance to Nationals section at +971 50 443 8003, +971 50 207 9898, or at atn.abudhabi@gmail.com.

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