Category: Filipinos in Kuwait

5 Easy Steps for an OFW on How to Check Pag-IBIG Contribution Online

An OFW’s life is very busy attending to work and making sure that his/her loved ones are doing well and this is where Pag-IBIG comes in. Checking online for account status, contributions and the like are available to OFWs with just a click of a finger. Following are 5 easy steps on how to check…

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Philippine Embassy in Kuwait Eid Al Fitr Announcement

In Observance of Holidays in the Philippines and Kuwait, the Philippine Embassy will be closed to the public on the following dates; 1. June 12, 2017 (Monday) – 119th Anniversary of the Declaration of Philippine Independence 2. June 25, 2017 (Sunday) – Eid Al Fitr 3. June 26, 2017 (Monday) – Eid Al Fitr 4. June…

Popular Filipino Restaurant Turns 1; Launches New Menu Featuring For the First Time an Incredible Array of Grilled Dishes, Sizzlers and Traditional Favorites Salmiya, Kuwait. More than 100 guests attended the first anniversary of Max’s Restaurant last night. Media and VIP guests, including stalwarts of the local Pinoy community, mingled with Max’s Chef Enrique Suarez…

It is very important for all expat workers in Kuwait to secure work permits in order to avoid legal problems. The Public Authority for Manpower has granted access for the Labor Department to receive individual requests and other matters over work permit transfers during the official working days. This move is beneficial to all expat…

A work contract or an employment contract is an agreement between both the employer and the employee that sets out terms and conditions of employment. Although an agreement can be done verbally, if the worker is locally hired and employed only in the Philippines. However, a written employment contract is a must, if a company or an employer hired Filipinos to work and to be deployed abroad. Do:…