Home OFW 2 Pinays come home after deportation

2 Pinays come home after deportation

By Christian Jireh Enriquez

 

Longing for their hometown, two female overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) returned to the Philippines together with an Israeli-born teenage boy last Tuesday night after being deported from Israel.

As caregivers, the two Filipinas worked in Israel for more than 15 years but was arrested after seeing that their visas were already expired and soon deported from the Jewish state.

All of them arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2 with a flight number on Philippine Airlines flight 737. They successfully returned to the country after being arrested.

They are just 2 of the hundreds of OFWs who are at risk of being deported because of breaching their contracts to their employers and illegally staying in Israel for years.

The immigration said that all violations are being checked by foreign authorities and may cause the deportation of our OFWs ignoring these issues.

This is a crisis that all OFWs should be aware of to prevent anything like this from happening again.

1 COMMENT

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

MUST READ

PNP orders crackdown vs. name-dropping of erring motorists

by Christopher Lloyd Caliwan MANILA -- The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Friday ordered all police officers to disregard name-dropping or showing of calling cards of...

SSS pensioners with advance 18 months pension to receive 13th month pension on Dec....

by SSS Media Affairs The state-run Social Security System (SSS) said on Friday that its thru-the-bank pensioners who availed the advance 18 months pension will...

PH sovereignty was lost in ‘onerous’ water deals: PRRD

By Azer Parrocha   MANILA -- The Philippines “lost” its sovereignty when the government entered into alleged onerous water concession agreements with Maynilad Water Services Inc. and...

Complaint vs. Xi on WPS falls beyond ICC jurisdiction

By Joyce Ann L. Rocamora   MANILA -- The International Criminal Court (ICC) on Thursday said it has no jurisdiction on the complaint of former Foreign Affairs...

PH’s gold rush continues to keep SEA Games’ wide lead

By  Jelly Musico   MANILA – The Filipino athletes remain unstoppable as they captured eight more gold medals on Thursday, the fifth day of action in...