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During the repatriation flight of Filipinos at the Dubai International Airport on June 16, 2021.

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Filipino repatriation flight from Dubai scheduled this month

 

DUBAI – A third repatriation flight for Filipinos in distress in the UAE is scheduled on June 30, the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai announced on Sunday (June 20).

The repatriation flight, arranged by the Department of Foreign Affairs, follows a repatriation flight on June 16 that brought home 325 distressed Filipinos.

According to the Philippine Consulate General, those who require repatriation assistance in Dubai and the Northern Emirates must register in the online form here.

They can also contact the Assistance to Nationals (ATN) sections at the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi or the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai.

Who to contact for Philippine repatriation assistance

ATN at Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi (for Abu Dhabi, Al Ain visa holders)
Mobile number: +971 50 443 8003 or +971 50 207 9898
Email: [email protected]

ATN at Philippine Consulate General
Fill up the online form here

Only those who are cleared to travel and have no pending or active criminal, police or civil case can be included in the repatriation flight. The cases must be cleared in order to be included in the repatriation flight.

Those who have incurred fines for overstatying their visa will need to settle the fines with the UAE immigration at least three hours before their repatriation flight.

Pregnant women must be not more than 34 weeks pregnant prior to their flight in order to be allowed to board the plane, and must present a copy of their ultrasound report, a doctor’s certificate indicating they are fit to travel, and an printed and signed copy of the doctor’s accomplished Expectant Mothers Information Sheet by Philippine Airlines. Download it here

People with medical condition must present a doctor’s certificate indicating they are fit to travel, as well as a printed and signed copy of the doctor’s Medical Information Form by Philippine Airlines. Download it here

Household workers wanting to be on the repatriation flight must have a No Objection Certificate from their employer if their work visa is not yet cancelled. ICA/Expat Media

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Posted by Expat Media on Wednesday, June 16, 2021


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