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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

New On-Line Application Process for the Issuance of the POEA Travel Exit Clearance

The POEA, in its letter dated 13 June 2008, has informed of the new-on-line application process for the issuance of the POEA travel exit clearance for Balik-Manggagawa/workers-on-leave (BM/WOL).

Previously, OFWs would have to proceed to the POEA office and Philippine Overseas Labor Offices to apply for their exit clearance. With this online application system, the OFW can avail of the 2-way delivery system through the internet and have the clearance delivered back to their residence. There will be no need to go to the POEA. Since the application is online, this can be done virtually anywhere where there is an internet connection. This gives OFWs more time to spend with family and friends while vacationing in the Philippines.

To apply, the BM/WOL simply log-on to www.oecdelivery.com.ph/ and follow the instructions as detailed in the website. The service is available nationwide.

Should the BM/WOL decide not to avail of the 2-way Delivery System, they have the option to print out the OFW Info Sheet after applying on line and proceed to the POEA to file their application.

The BM/WOL may also secure their POEA travel exit clearance at the following:

a. Balik-Manggagawa Processing Division (BMPD), Service Area, POEA, Blas F. Ople Bldg. , Ortigas corner EDSA, Mandaluyong City

b. POEA Regional Centers/Regional Extension Units ( REUs ) and Satellite Offices

c. POEA-deputized OWWA Regional Offices and Units

d. Philippine Overseas Labor Offices (POLO) in various Philippine Embassies and Consulates abroad

e. Exit Clearance One-Way Delivery System (Dropbox) POEA Service Area

f. POEA, REU-La Union, Cagayan de Oro, Tacloban, Davao, POLO-Jeddah and Singapore, for the issuance of the Multiple Travel Exit Clearance (MTEC). The MTEC is a set of two or more clearances issued to workers-on-leave/balik-manggagawa (BM/WOL) for use as an exit document within a period of twelve months from date of issuance. It allows the WOL/BM who exits from the Philippines more than once in a period of 12 months to secure his exit clearance on a one-time basis.

For more information, the OFWs may also visit POEA website at www.poea.gov.ph.

The new system is part of POEA’s continuous effort to provide quality service to OFWs.

SOURCE: Philippine Embassy

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