The newly opened cabin at Migrant Workers Office in Dubai.
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A new Migrant Workers Office cabin was recently opened in Dubai to cut long queues at its premises and support Filipino workers in the UAE.
The new air-conditioned portacabin is available for visitors of the Migrant Workers Office at the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai and Northern Emirates premises. It can accommodate up to 100 people. The new cabin was unveiled in response to a surge in Filipino expatriates visiting the consulate for a variety of purposes.
Al Ansari Exchange and the Migrant Workers Office in Dubai led the initiative to relieve Filipinos, one of the largest expat communities in the UAE, from standing in queues for long durations, ensuring their comfort and convenience.
The cabin is equipped with air conditioning, comfortable seating, and various amenities to “make the waiting experience more pleasant for visitors”.
The cabin will also be the place where special programmes and trainings will be held during weekends.
Renato N. Dueñas Jr., Philippine Consul General, lauded Al Ansari Exchange for donating the portacabin. “The facility will be most helpful to clients of MWO in ensuring a comfortable space for those who are availing themselves of the agency’s services,” Dueñas said. ICA/Expat Media
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