Important Updates You Need To Know About OWWA E-Card – PEBA OFW

Important Updates You Need To Know About OWWA E-Card

The new OFW e-Card from Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) has started its pilot test launch yesterday.

The OWWA OFW e-Card is now available for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) with an existing contract who went back to their home country and are returning to the same employers abroad. 

The new OFW e-Card from Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) has started its pilot test launch yesterday.  The OWWA OFW e-Card is now available for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) with an existing contract who went back to their home country and are returning to the same employers abroad.       Ads     Sponsored Links  On a social media post made by OWWA Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac, he invites every OFW to visit the OWWA official website and participate in the pilot test launching of the OWWA e-Card.    The e-Card is now on its Phase 1 which means that the card is now available only for "balik-manggagawa".  For the OFWs to avail the card, all they have to do is to visit the site and click the OWWA e-Card banner.    A new window will open, an online application form where you will be asked to enter your personal information. Note that you need to have a valid OEC or exemption number in order to proceed with the application and you must be an active OWWA member.    You need to provide your full name, date of birth, contact number, passport number, your valid OEC/exemption number and where do you prefer to pick-up your OWWA OFW e-Card. After completely filling up the form correctly, click on "accept data privacy policy" and submit the application.    You can also track the delivery status of your e-card by clicking the banner as shown above. The site will provide a tracking number for you once your application is completed. You can use it for tracking your card delivery or you can simply key-in your passport number and your birth date.    Filed under the category of OFW e-Card, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA),   overseas Filipino workers (OFWs),  employers abroad

On a social media post made by OWWA Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac, he invites every OFW to visit the OWWA official website and participate in the pilot test launching of the OWWA e-Card.

The new OFW e-Card from Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) has started its pilot test launch yesterday.  The OWWA OFW e-Card is now available for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) with an existing contract who went back to their home country and are returning to the same employers abroad.       Ads     Sponsored Links  On a social media post made by OWWA Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac, he invites every OFW to visit the OWWA official website and participate in the pilot test launching of the OWWA e-Card.    The e-Card is now on its Phase 1 which means that the card is now available only for "balik-manggagawa".  For the OFWs to avail the card, all they have to do is to visit the site and click the OWWA e-Card banner.    A new window will open, an online application form where you will be asked to enter your personal information. Note that you need to have a valid OEC or exemption number in order to proceed with the application and you must be an active OWWA member.    You need to provide your full name, date of birth, contact number, passport number, your valid OEC/exemption number and where do you prefer to pick-up your OWWA OFW e-Card. After completely filling up the form correctly, click on "accept data privacy policy" and submit the application.    You can also track the delivery status of your e-card by clicking the banner as shown above. The site will provide a tracking number for you once your application is completed. You can use it for tracking your card delivery or you can simply key-in your passport number and your birth date.    Filed under the category of OFW e-Card, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA),   overseas Filipino workers (OFWs),  employers abroad

The e-Card is now on its Phase 1 which means that the card is now available only for “balik-manggagawa”.

For the OFWs to avail the card, all they have to do is to visit the site and click the OWWA e-Card banner.

The new OFW e-Card from Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) has started its pilot test launch yesterday.  The OWWA OFW e-Card is now available for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) with an existing contract who went back to their home country and are returning to the same employers abroad.       Ads     Sponsored Links  On a social media post made by OWWA Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac, he invites every OFW to visit the OWWA official website and participate in the pilot test launching of the OWWA e-Card.    The e-Card is now on its Phase 1 which means that the card is now available only for "balik-manggagawa".  For the OFWs to avail the card, all they have to do is to visit the site and click the OWWA e-Card banner.    A new window will open, an online application form where you will be asked to enter your personal information. Note that you need to have a valid OEC or exemption number in order to proceed with the application and you must be an active OWWA member.    You need to provide your full name, date of birth, contact number, passport number, your valid OEC/exemption number and where do you prefer to pick-up your OWWA OFW e-Card. After completely filling up the form correctly, click on "accept data privacy policy" and submit the application.    You can also track the delivery status of your e-card by clicking the banner as shown above. The site will provide a tracking number for you once your application is completed. You can use it for tracking your card delivery or you can simply key-in your passport number and your birth date.    Filed under the category of OFW e-Card, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA),   overseas Filipino workers (OFWs),  employers abroad

A new window will open, an online application form where you will be asked to enter your personal information. Note that you need to have a valid OEC or exemption number in order to proceed with the application and you must be an active OWWA member.

The new OFW e-Card from Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) has started its pilot test launch yesterday.  The OWWA OFW e-Card is now available for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) with an existing contract who went back to their home country and are returning to the same employers abroad.       Ads     Sponsored Links  On a social media post made by OWWA Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac, he invites every OFW to visit the OWWA official website and participate in the pilot test launching of the OWWA e-Card.    The e-Card is now on its Phase 1 which means that the card is now available only for "balik-manggagawa".  For the OFWs to avail the card, all they have to do is to visit the site and click the OWWA e-Card banner.    A new window will open, an online application form where you will be asked to enter your personal information. Note that you need to have a valid OEC or exemption number in order to proceed with the application and you must be an active OWWA member.    You need to provide your full name, date of birth, contact number, passport number, your valid OEC/exemption number and where do you prefer to pick-up your OWWA OFW e-Card. After completely filling up the form correctly, click on "accept data privacy policy" and submit the application.    You can also track the delivery status of your e-card by clicking the banner as shown above. The site will provide a tracking number for you once your application is completed. You can use it for tracking your card delivery or you can simply key-in your passport number and your birth date.    Filed under the category of OFW e-Card, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA),   overseas Filipino workers (OFWs),  employers abroad

You need to provide your full name, date of birth, contact number, passport number, your valid OEC/exemption number and where do you prefer to pick-up your OWWA OFW e-Card. After completely filling up the form correctly, click on “accept data privacy policy” and submit the application.

The new OFW e-Card from Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) has started its pilot test launch yesterday.  The OWWA OFW e-Card is now available for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) with an existing contract who went back to their home country and are returning to the same employers abroad.       Ads     Sponsored Links  On a social media post made by OWWA Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac, he invites every OFW to visit the OWWA official website and participate in the pilot test launching of the OWWA e-Card.    The e-Card is now on its Phase 1 which means that the card is now available only for "balik-manggagawa".  For the OFWs to avail the card, all they have to do is to visit the site and click the OWWA e-Card banner.    A new window will open, an online application form where you will be asked to enter your personal information. Note that you need to have a valid OEC or exemption number in order to proceed with the application and you must be an active OWWA member.    You need to provide your full name, date of birth, contact number, passport number, your valid OEC/exemption number and where do you prefer to pick-up your OWWA OFW e-Card. After completely filling up the form correctly, click on "accept data privacy policy" and submit the application.    You can also track the delivery status of your e-card by clicking the banner as shown above. The site will provide a tracking number for you once your application is completed. You can use it for tracking your card delivery or you can simply key-in your passport number and your birth date.    Filed under the category of OFW e-Card, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA),   overseas Filipino workers (OFWs),  employers abroad

You can also track the delivery status of your e-card by clicking the banner as shown above. The site will provide a tracking number for you once your application is completed. You can use it for tracking your card delivery or you can simply key-in your passport number and your birth date.

The new OFW e-Card from Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) has started its pilot test launch yesterday.  The OWWA OFW e-Card is now available for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) with an existing contract who went back to their home country and are returning to the same employers abroad.       Ads     Sponsored Links  On a social media post made by OWWA Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac, he invites every OFW to visit the OWWA official website and participate in the pilot test launching of the OWWA e-Card.    The e-Card is now on its Phase 1 which means that the card is now available only for "balik-manggagawa".  For the OFWs to avail the card, all they have to do is to visit the site and click the OWWA e-Card banner.    A new window will open, an online application form where you will be asked to enter your personal information. Note that you need to have a valid OEC or exemption number in order to proceed with the application and you must be an active OWWA member.    You need to provide your full name, date of birth, contact number, passport number, your valid OEC/exemption number and where do you prefer to pick-up your OWWA OFW e-Card. After completely filling up the form correctly, click on "accept data privacy policy" and submit the application.    You can also track the delivery status of your e-card by clicking the banner as shown above. The site will provide a tracking number for you once your application is completed. You can use it for tracking your card delivery or you can simply key-in your passport number and your birth date.    Filed under the category of OFW e-Card, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA),   overseas Filipino workers (OFWs),  employers abroad

Filed under the category of OFW e-Card, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA),   overseas Filipino workers (OFWs),  employers abroad

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