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Philippine flag Embassy of Philippines in London

Address6-8 Suffolk Street
London SW1Y 4HG
United Kingdom
Phonelocal: (020) 7451.1800
international: +44.20.7451.1800
Faxlocal: (020) 7930.9787
international: +44.20.7930.9787
Emailpe.london@dfa.gov.ph
Web sitehttp://londonpe.dfa.gov.ph/
NotesBeware of emailed job offers for childcare and other similar positions in the UK. These are all frauds.

• Since November 2008, no visas are granted for household workers from outside Europe. Work visas are only granted for highly-skilled positions, most of which require university degrees.

• No legitimate employment agency in the UK requires you to pay them any money. All fees would be paid by the employer.

• No legitimate employment agency in the UK uses a free email address from Yahoo, Gmail, or similar services.

• No legitimate employment agency in the UK uses a telephone number that begins with +4470 (070). These are non-geographic numbers available to anyone in the world.

• No legitimate business requests payment via Western Union.

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christine
Thu, 20 Jun 2013 21:31 EDT
I almost got to bilieve!
mr richard william emailed me that my application was granted! it came up to my mind that his email was totally informal!
Prince
Thu, 20 Jun 2013 13:21 EDT
Hey cherry !
i was also interviewed by so called mr mark larry ! i think he is really a scammer !
emerald
Wed, 19 Jun 2013 21:15 EDT
offer for nanay auppir
gooday,

mr raymond johnson send me a mail that he will need a nanny, anh he wants me to get a visa in premiere agency for visa processing, how to trace mr johnson, and is premiere agency is legal?he said that she is a Deacon in Bible baptist,

thank you
miss. jie
Wed, 19 Jun 2013 08:27 EDT
How to trace this person Mrs. Greace Sayo and Thomas Bacon because they are both scammer..how to get my money that i expense..what is the real email of POLO LONDON? because ive recieve message to them like this..

PHILIPPINES EMBASSY
Show Details
Dear Ms.Esteral

Your Document was referred to us regarding for CHECK-UP AND CONFIRMATION by Philippines Overseas Labour Office

Dear Eica,
WE CONFIRMED THAT YOU HAVE CONTACT BY MRS GREACE SAYO, WE WANT TO INFORMED YOU THAT THEY ARE SCAMMER WITH THE AGENCY, STOP CONTACTING THEM, SO THAT THEY WON'T MAKE YOUR LOST YOUR MONEY. YOUR EMAIL WAS SEND TO US BY PHILIPPINES EMBASSY, ALSO CONTACT YOUR COMPANY THAT YOU HAVE BEEN THOSE PEOPLE ARE SCAMMER, SO THAT THEY CAN ALLOW YOU TO GO BACK TO YOUR WORK. UK GOVERMENT DON'T ISSUE OUT VISA AND NANNY ANYMORE. READ THIS:
Beware of emailed job offers for childcare and other similar positions in the UK. These are all frauds.

• Since November 2008, no visas are granted for household workers from outside Europe. Work visas are only granted for highly-skilled positions, most of which require university degrees.

• No legitimate employment agency in the UK requires you to pay them any money. All fees would be paid by the employer.

• No legitimate employment agency in the UK uses a free email address from Yahoo, Gmail, or similar services.

• No legitimate employment agency in the UK uses a telephone number that begins with +4470 (070). These are non-geographic numbers available to anyone in the world.

• No legitimate business requests payment via Western Union.

THANK YOU WORKING TO SAFE YOU FROM SCAM

MRS SAYO

Philippine Overseas Labor Office
UK Home Law Office Philippine
London

About more..

Labor and Employment Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz confirmed said that the general situation in Libya continues to improve, but cautioned OFWs to mind their safety because of intermittent skirmishes and the presence of armed robbers who steal cars and other valuables.
She also said that over 300 OFWs have already arrived in Libya following the partial lifting in the deployment of OFWs to that country near the end of 2011, bringing to close to 3,000 the OFW population in Libya.Citing a report of Philipine Overseas Labor Office Labor Attache Nasser Mustafa, Baldoz said the number of Filipinos who had been recalled to Libya, both for the medical and oil field sectors, had been more than 300 already, adding to the 2,256 OFWs and dependents who remained in Libya during the crisis."The oil workers, upon their arrival, had been dispatched directly to their workplaces in the Western Sahara Desert to do maintenance work in the oilfields," Baldoz said.According to Baldoz, the oil workers are now working safely in the Waha, Zuetina, Repsol, Eni, Vaos, Agip, AGOCO, Taknia, Sirte, and Jabel oil fields.Baldoz also said the start of the year augurs well for the Philippine Overseas Labor Office in Tripoli, which has now only one distressed OFW resident in the person of Baylin Pasandalan, who had worked for a relative of the late Libyan leader Muammar Khadafy. Labat Mustafa is now processing Ms. Pasandalan's travel papers so she could return to the Philippines, Baldoz disclosed.
ARTICLE 1. Name of Decree. - This Decree shall be known as the "Labor Code of the Philippines".
ART. 2. Date of effectivity. - This Code shall take effect six (6) months after its promulgation.
ART. 3. Declaration of basic policy. - The State shall afford protection to labor, promote full employment, ensure equal work opportunities regardless of sex, race or creed and regulate the relations between workers and employers. The State shall assure the rights of workers to self-organization, collective bargaining, security of tenure, and just and humane conditions of work.
ART. 4. Construction in favor of labor. - All doubts in the implementation and interpretation of the provisions of this Code, including its implementing rules and regulations, shall be resolved in favor of labor.

ART. 5. Rules and regulations. - The Department of Labor and other government agencies charged with the administration and enforcement of this Code or any of its parts shall promulgate the necessary implementing rules and regulations. Such rules and regulations shall become effective fifteen (15) days after announcement of their adoption in newspapers of general circulation.

ART. 6. Applicability. - All rights and benefits granted to workers under this Code shall, except as may otherwise be provided herein, apply alike to all workers, whether agricultural or non-agricultural. (As amended by Presidential Decree No. 570-A, November 1, 1974).

Chapter II

EMANCIPATION OF TENANTS
ART. 7. Statement of Objectives. – Inasmuch as the old concept of land ownership by a few has spawned valid and legitimate grievances that gave rise to violent conflict and social tension and the redress of such legitimate grievances being one of the fundamental objectives of the New Society, it has become imperative to start reformation with the emancipation of the tiller of the soil from his bondage.
ART. 8. Transfer of lands to tenant-workers. - Being a vital part of the labor force, tenant-farmers on private agricultural lands primarily devoted to rice and corn under a system of share crop or lease tenancy whether classified as landed estate or not shall be deemed owner of a portion constituting a family-size farm of five (5) hectares, if not irrigated and three (3) hectares, if irrigated.
In all cases, the land owner may retain a n area of not more than seven (7) hectares if such landowner is cultivating such area or will now cultivate it.
ART. 9. Determination of land value. - For the purpose of determining the cost of the land to be transferred to the tenant-farmer, the value of the land shall be equivalent to two and one-half (2-1/2) times the average harvest of three (3) normal crop years immediately preceding the promulgation of Presidential Decree No. 27 on October 21, 1972.
The total cost of the land, including interest at the rate of six percent (6%) per annum, shall be paid by the tenant in fifteen (15) years of fifteen (15) equal annual amortizations.In case of default, the amortization due shall be paid by the farmers’ cooperative in which the defaulting tenant-farmer is a member, with the cooperative having a right of recourse against him.The government shall guarantee such amortizations with shares of stock in government-owned and government-controlled corporations.ART. 10. Conditions of ownership. - No title to the land acquired by the tenant-farmer under Presidential Decree No. 27 shall be actually issued to him unless and until he has become a full-fledged member of a duly recognized farmers’ cooperative.Title to the land acquired pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 27 or the Land Reform Program of the Government shall not be transferable except by hereditary succession or to the Government in accordance with the provisions of Presidential Decree No. 27, the Code of Agrarian Reforms and other existing laws and regulations.
ART. 11. Implementing agency. - The Department of Agrarian Reform shall promulgate the necessary rules and regulations to implement the provisions of this Chapter.

Kind regards,
Philippine Overseas Labor Office.
redberry
Wed, 19 Jun 2013 00:15 EDT
answers to questions
@irene albaytar = Nicole Atkins is not a lawyer, i bet you saw her in facebook, and offering you to be a baby sitter of her 3 year old daughter, its a scam po, marami na nabiktima nyan, read other threads sa ibang website, at tignan mo po facebook nya, wala syang ibang friends, sindikato po yang mga yan, kapag direct hire, lahat ng babayan, e employer ang magshshoulder, visa, airfare, at dadaan ka pa rin sa poea kahit direct hire yan, scammer po yan, nakapost din siya sa ibang page. Ito po from embassy oh:

Since November 2008, no visas are granted for household workers from outside Europe. Work visas are only granted for highly-skilled positions, most of which require university degrees.

• No legitimate employment agency in the UK requires you to pay them any money. All fees would be paid by the employer.
melisa baterna moriarty
Mon, 17 Jun 2013 11:13 EDT
passport renewal
Hi
This is melisa baterna moriarty,
I married to an irish.ask ko landg po kong kaylan darating Philippines in ireland kasi po I need to renew my passport. I really want to know thank you very much.i really appreciate it if you can give some information.

Respeful
Your's
Melisa baterna moriarty. God blessed.
irene mansanido albaytar
Sun, 16 Jun 2013 04:49 EDT
is nicole atkins are true lawyer in london
MARNILLE
Sun, 16 Jun 2013 02:47 EDT
NANNY
Travel Solutions Worldwide - Caribbean Cruises Birmingham




Dear Applicant:

Thank you for contacting TRAVEL SOLUTIONS WORLD WIDE (UK) once more, our motive aim is to serve you better. We will we are fully ready to help you in processing of your UK working visa and also YOUR REQUEST.Madam we are going to change the address as soon as possible so kindly send us the working visa fee so MR SMITH can also pay for your fligth ticket fee and later if your passport is ready you send it to us.thanks for processing your document with us.

We are very sorry for any delay or problem this might cause you our esteemed customer's.

Thank you for contacting us and our motive aim is to serve you better.

We hope to hear back from you soon.

Address: 93 High Street - Town: WEST BROMWICH - County: West Midlands - Postcode: B70 6NZ
PHONE NUMBER:
POSTAL CODE:B70 6NZ
E-mail Address: travelsolutionsworldwide@yahoo.co.uk
Agency country: UNITED KINGDOM




93 High Street,
West Bromwich
B70 6NZ
Phone:
Email: travelsolutionsworldwide@yahoo.co.uk
MARNILLE
Sun, 16 Jun 2013 02:42 EDT
HELLO
Madam we will also like you to send us the WESTERN UNION RECEIPT so we can be sure about the transaction.

We are very sorry for any delay or problem this might cause you our esteemed customer's.

Thank you for contacting us and our motive aim is to serve you better.

We hope to hear back from you soon.

Address: 93 High Street - Town: WEST BROMWICH - County: West Midlands - Postcode: B70 6NZ
PHONE NUMBER:
POSTAL CODE:B70 6NZ
E-mail Address: travelsolutionsworldwide@yahoo.co.uk
Agency country: UNITED KINGDOM




93 High Street,
West Bromwich
B70 6NZ
Phone:
Email:travelsolutionsworldwide@yahoo.co.uk

tanung ko lang po kung totoo to. kasi may ngoofer po sakin nito at sabi nya sagot nya iyong airfair,ako na sa working visa. reply po ASAP. THANKYOU
Maria
Sun, 16 Jun 2013 02:38 EDT
Nanny
I would like to inquire if world.of.visa@london.com is a legal visa agency. I got an offer from a certain Mr. James to take care of his daughter. He told me that he will shoulder 60% of my expenses and the rest of the 40% will be shouldered by me but once I get to London he will refund the expenses of 40%? Is that legal and I want to know how safe can I be if I agree with his terms. Please help me, I would appreciate it very much. God bless

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