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Advisory from the Philippine Consulate:

14 June 2019

12 June 2019 - In view of the on-going mass protests in Hong Kong, the Philippine Consulate General advises our Filipino nationals in Hong Kong to keep away from demonstration areas which are generally concentrated outside the government central offices, particularly the Legislative Complex, in Admiralty and in Tamar Park.

Should our nationals find themselves among the crowds of protesters, they should exercise extreme caution and vigilance in order to keep themselves safe from any isolated act of violence that might occur.

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The Consulate further advises the public that unless their need is absolutely immediate, they should consider rescheduling their consular transactions at the Consulate which is located very near the demonstration areas.

The Consulate requests our Filipinos in Hong Kong to keep themselves updated with the security situation in Hong Kong as of this time through media reports.

The Consulate shall continue to monitor the situation and provide public advisories from time to time as necessary.

For the public’s information and guidance.

From Labor Attache Jalilo dela Torre:

There is another protest event being planned for Sunday (June 16), and possibly Monday, per media reports. Workers who have appointments at, or intend to go to, POLO in Wan Chai, are advised to plan out your routes well, avoiding Admiralty, particularly the MTR. You can stop at Central and walk towards United Centre in Admiralty if your business is with PCG. Trams might go no farther than Wan Chai. If your business is with POLO, and you’re walking, try to take routes not close to the Central Government complex at Admiralty.

LET on Sept 29
The next Licensure Examination for Teachers will be held on Sept 29 in Hong Kong. Those aspiring to sit for the exam are advised to wait for the announcement when to register and what the requirements are.

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Last year, the following were required:
1) Online registration and payment at a Landbank account of the PRC;
2) 4 pcs of passport-size picture with name tag, white blouse with collar and white background;
3) Copy of Transcript of Records;
4) Photocopy of passport;
5) If married, copy of marriage contract.

For those who need help with their OEC:
Text the following details on 68091069 through Whatsapp:
1) copy of your passport with at least 6 mos validity counted from date of return to HK, visa and contract:
2) your email and password, or just say you have none yet;
3) your HK mobile number, or your FB profile;
4) date and time of flight;
5) last exit from the Philippines;
6) date of return to HK;
7) complete MAIDEN name of your mother;
8)if married, complete name (with middle name) of spouse;
9) complete name of your beneficiary and date of birth, and your relationship to him or her.
10) preferred date and time of appointment when you will pay and obtain your OEC. This is a free service.

Free training;
For all OFWs who want to receive free livelihood, financial literacy and other trainings, please like the FB page of OWWA HONG KONG, then register online for the training you like. Shortlisted participants will also be posted in the same OWWA HONG KONG FB Page.

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