Verification, as one of the primary functions of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO), refers to the procedure being conducted or applied by the Labor Attaché to ensure that all the employment rights, benefits, and welfare of the Filipino migrant workers at the worksite are duly protected.  The Labor Attaché shall also ensure that the employment contracts of the Filipino migrant workers are consistent with the prevailing employment laws, standards, and practices in both the Philippines and the host country and that the documentary requirements for overseas employment as required by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) are complied with.

 

DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS

Specified Skilled Workers

  1. Initial/Renewal of Accreditation (Accepting Organization)
  2. Additional Job Oreder (Accepting Organization)
  3. New Occupational Position (Accepting Organization)
  4. Initial/Renewal of Accreditation (Dispatch Company)
  5. Additional Job Oreder (Dispatch Company)
  6. New Occupational Position (Dispatch Company)

 

Technical Intern Training Program

  1. Initial/New of Accreditation
  2. Renewal of Accreditation
  3. New/Unregistered Employer/Implementing Organization
  4. Additional Job Order
  5. Renewal of Employment Contract (Individual)

 

Technical Intern Training Program for Care Workers

 

Accreditation of the Principal/Employer (thru Philippine Recruitment Agency)

 

Direct Hire (Professionals/Skilled and Household Service Workers)

Household Service Workers for National Strategic Special Zones 

 

Overseas Performing Artists

 

Foreign Shipbuilding Workers Acceptance Program (FSWAP)

Foreign Construction Workers Acceptance Program (FCSWAP)

 

Registration of Manning Agreement