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Here’s how to be part of repatriation program organized by Philippine Embassy in UAE

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The Philippine Consulate General in Dubai has recently opened a new repatriation program for OFWs in the emirate. However, a top official said that applicants will gave to undergo an evaluation and should be decided to go back to the Philippines for good. 

The Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi, on their website, announced a set of guidelines for Filipinos seeking repatriation back to the country. 

“Base po sa evaluation na gagawin, kung kayo po ay nawalan ng trabaho dahil sa pandemic, sisimulan po namin ang paghingi ng pondo sa ating Pamahalaan para sa ticket. Dahil sa mga pangkasalukuyan restrictions, bigyan po ang Embahada ng panahon para asikasuhin ang mga requests for assistance ng lahat na naapektuhan ng pandemic,” a statement read on their website. 

Below are the steps: 

1. Download and fill out the following Assistance to Nationals (ATN) forms below: 

> Personal Information Sheet

> Affidavit (Sinumpang Salaysay) – ATN Form No. 2

> BI Passenger Assessment Form

2. Copies of visa and passport. For pregnant women, prepare copies of the marriage certificate and medical certificate along with the three ATN forms above. 

3. OFWs whose visas are under Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Al Dhafra, registrations can be found here

For OFWs whose visas are under Dubai, Ras Al Khaimah, Umm Al Quwain, Ajman, and Fujairah, send your application to atn@pcgdubai.ae or repatriation@pcgdubai.ae

4. Put your original printed documents and passport in an envelope and put your name on it with ‘ATN Repat’ label. 

5. Submit your envelope to the Philippine Embassy in the UAE any time from 10 am to 4 pm. 

Those who lost their passports are urged to get a police report. 

“You must secure the documents required for travel–such as medical certificates, fit-to-travel ect,” the website added. 

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