Heads up OFW vacationing in the Philippines! Make sure to read this news about the “Balik Manggagawa Online Procesisng System” or BMOnline.
OEC FEE for OFWS
OFWs can now get their Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) online. But first you need to register first. Registration requires that you have an active email address. If you have one follow this steps to register as a new user.
- Go to the website of Balik Manggagawa at BMOline.ph.
- Fill-up the form for New User. Make sure you will click on “I accept the Terms of Service” before hitting SUBMIT.
- BM ONLINE will send you an email with your confirmation link. Login to your email and click the given link. Once that is done, your registration is validated.
- Go back to BM Online website, and then LOGIN. Once you are login you will be required to enter your last OEC number or Passport number.
- If your record is found, update your personal data, your employment contract details, and upload a latest photo. Once done, click NEXT STEP, and then select ACQUIRE OEC.
- The Assessment Page will load next giving you the details of OEC payment how much. Once you get the amount due that you need to pay, select your preferred payment option.
Once you selected the payment option, the BM Online system will generate a Reference Number. Use this reference number when you make your payment.
OEC PAYMENT – BM Online
Once you have successfully paid your OEC fee, login bank to your BMOnline account. Go to the tab that says “MY TRANSACTIONS”. From therein you can now print your OEC.
Print at least 4 copies of your OEC and don’t forget to bring this when you leave again to go back to your overseas work.
You will be giving OEC copy to the following:
- Airline Company so you can get travel tax exemption.
- Airport counter so you can avail of no terminal fee.
- Bureau of Immigration counter.
- Your personal copy of your OEC.
Processing of OEC are now done online. Don’t go to a POEA office to file for OEC renewal or for new issue. Use the Balik Manggagawa Online Processing System at bmonline.ph website.
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