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Family Doubts Illness Caused Death of Filipina Helper in Saudi Arabia

The family of a Filipina who died of an illness in Saudi Arabia expressed doubts after bruises were found in the body. The remains of Ana Fe Velasco Bania arrived in the Philippines Nov 2 from Saudi Arabia. She passed...

Update on Contact Details of Philippine Embassy, Consulate, POLO

As of October 8, 2017, the following are the updated contact details of the Philippine Embassy and Philippine Overseas Labor Offices (POLO): Philippine Embassy in Riyadh (www.riyadhpe.dfa.gov.ph) With jurisdiction over Riyadh and other regions of Eastern Province, Qassim, Hail, Northern Border...

5 Best Cities in Saudi Arabia to Work as Expats

From the perspective of a migrant worker, the definition of best city usual translates to the accessibility of services (location of labor offices, cultural ties from home country, consulates and embassies and welfare organization), availability of public infrastructure and...

Riyadh Among 50 Safest Cities in the World

Riyadh is ranked among the world's 50 safest cities, according to a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit. The Safe Cities Index 2015 White Paper which used four indicators to evaluate safety of cities including digital security quality and rate...

Philippine Passport Renewal in Riyadh

Due to a large population of Filipino workers in Saudi Arabia, getting services can be a challenge. That is why the Philippine embassy in Riyadh requires applicants to book an appointment for services such as passport renewal. This is done...

Batha Market in Riyadh: Home of Asian Culture

To many people, the Batha Market in Riyadh is just another large market where they can find lots of Asian stores. But for Filipino workers and ex-pats in Saudi Arabia, it represents a home away from home. The market is...
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