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To get a nursing job in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) you need to take note of the

following things:

1. Make sure that you already have a 2 year experience in a tertiary hospital and obtain a
Certificate of Employment for this it.
2. Have all your important documents certified, authenticated and verified (CAV) in the
Commission of Higher Education (CHED). Contact your school’s registrar for more
information about this.
3. The above mentioned documents in number 2 includes Transcript of Records, Diploma
and Summary of Related Learning Experience.
4. Have your PRC License, Board Rating and Board Certificate CAV as well. Go to the
nearest PRC office for this one.

5. If all the documents in numbers 3 and 4 are all ready, have it red ribboned in the
Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA).
6. If you’re living far from the main office of the DFA in Manila, you can have your red
ribboned documents delivered to your house with the courier Wide World Express (DHL).
Just go the nearest branch in your place. PRC and CHED will provide you claim stubs for
this.
7. If your documents are ready, several working agencies for nursing jobs in KSA are
waiting for you. Just comply with their own requirements and in 2 months time, you’ll be
flying to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for your work.
9. Make sure you already have your passport.
8. Just make sure that your working agency is registered in the Philippine Overseas
Employment Agency (POEA). You can always check it before giving out any amount of
money to them.

I hope the above mentioned process was able to help you.


What are the qualifications for nurses who want to work abroad in the Middle East? Nurses
are in demand in countries such as Dubai, UAE and others.

If you are looking for employment in the Middle East as a nurse, then you need to have
these qualifications so you can get a nursing job abroad there.

Nursing Jobs In Middle East Qualifications

• Nursing Diploma covering 3 years of General Nursing


• Post Graduate qualification in relevant specialities
• Valid Current National Licence
• Minimum of 4 years post grad experience of which 2 years must be at charge nurse
level
New Applications

Passport Fees
Regular Processing: Php 950.00 (25 working days)

Rush Processing: Php 1,200.00 (15 working days)

An additional fee of Php 200.00 will be charged for processing of Lost Passports if it is still
valid.

Please have all your original documents and IDs photocopied before going
to DFA on your appointment date.

NSO Birth Certificate

Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the National Statistics Office
(NSO) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar duly
authenticated by NSO depending on the NSO signatory; for born 1950 & below, Negative
Birth Record from NSO & Joint Birth Affidavit from Two Disinterested Persons if no record
from NSO.

Call (02) 737-1111 for your NSO Birth Certificate

Original Valid ID

Original ID i.e. Senior Citizen's ID, Voter's ID, digitized government-issued IDs like SSS,
PRC, BIR, Driver's License, original school ID (for students only) AND original supporting
documents indicating full name, date and place of birth and citizenship.
If your Birth Certificate was Late Registered:

• If registered on or before 2000: submit 1 original supporting document indicating full


name, date and place of birth, and citizenship prior to the date of late registration.
• If registered on or after 2001: submit 2 original supporting documents indicating full
name, date and place of birth, and citizenship prior to the date of late registration.
Certified True Copy of Birth Certificate

Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar with dry seal if BC
SECPA is unreadable.

Applicants with foreign - sounding family names (e.g., Lim, Cho, Sy, Lee,
Samadi, Singh, etc.) are required to submit the following documents:
1.Birth Certificate
2.Bureau of Immigration Identification
3.Certificate of Naturalization
4.Marriage Certificate of Parents
Call (02) 737-1111 for NSO Certificates

Applicants who availed of Dual Citizenship under RA 9225 are required to


submit the following:
1.Birth Certificate
2.Identification Certificate
3.Oath of Allegiance
4.Report of Birth (for those born abroad)
Call (02) 737-1111 for NSO Birth Certificates

Other Supporting Documents • School Form 137 or Transcript of


Records with dry seal
Please bring the following if they are • Other documents that show full
available. name and birth details of applicant
and/or citizenship
• Marriage Contract • Voter's Registration Record from
• Land Title COMELEC Intramuros
• Driver's License • Baptismal Certificate with dry seal
• Government Service Record • Seaman's Book
• Income Tax Return (Old) • NBI Clearance

If you would like to use the surname of your spouse:

• Marriage Contract (MC) in Security Paper issued by NSO and Certified True Copy
issued by the Local Civil Registrar if MC secpa is unreadable.
• Certificate of Attendance from CFO (Commission of Filipino Overseas) if married to a
foreigner (color green).
There special instances when there is no record of the marriage with NSO but supporting
documents are under the married name.

• Prepare a Certificate of No Marriage (CENOMAR) from the NSO in SECPA and


Affidavit of Explanation.
• If it was determined by the NSO that you have a marriage record (negative
CENOMAR result), you can use the surname of your spouse.
• Otherwise, (positive CENOMAR result), you can NOT use the surname of your
spouse.
Call (02) 737-1111 for NSO Marriage Certificates

If you would like to revert back to your maiden name.

Please prepare the following as well:

• Death Certificate of the deceased husband and Marriage Contract (MC) in Security
Paper issued by NSO or by the Local Civil Registrar duly authenticated by NSO.
• If marriage is annulled: Certified true copy and photocopy of the first page and the
dispositive portion of the judgment on annulment and NSO-issued Marriage Certificate
with the annotation on the annulment decree.
• If divorced: Certified true copy and photocopy of the first page and the dispositive
portion of the judgment on divorce authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or
Consulate where the divorce is obtained and NSO-issued Marriage Certificate with the
annotation on the divorced decree.
Call (02) 737-1111 for NSO Certificates
Location Map

DFA Consular Office: ASEANA Business Park, Bradco Avenue corner Macapagal
Boulevard, Paranaque City
What to expect when you call the DFA
Appointment Hotline (02) 737-1000
All passport applicants scheduled for appearance must appear physically at the DFA
at the date and time of their scheduled personal appearance for data and image
capturing. This applies to all passport applicants, aging from 0 years old onwards.
DFA is strict about the personal appearance system, absolutely no chaperone
allowed for passport applicants aging 18 years old onwards.

1.Your call will be received by a Early/Late comers will not be


Customer Care Officer who will entertained.
assist you in setting an appointment 7.Present your printed application
for your passport application. form to the Appointment Counter.
2.After getting your appointment 8.Get your queue number at the
schedule, you will be asked to Information Counter and sit on the
provide your personal information for waiting section of the Processing
the passport application. Area. Wait for your queue number to
3.You will be advised on the appear on the monitor indicating
applicable requirements you need to what processing window you will go
bring for your passport application. to.
4.You will receive a reference 9.After processing, proceed to the
number relative to your appointment Passport Enrollment Section located
schedule. at the 2nd Floor. Pay the applicable
5.Go to passport.com.ph/print to passport processing fees (see
print your application form using the passport fees).
Print Code given by the Customer 10. After payment, proceed to
Care Officer. the Encoding Section for data
6.On your appointment date, capturing.
proceed to the DFA Consular Office 11. After the Encoding Section,
located at ASEANA Business Park, you can have your new passport
Bradco Avenue corner Macapagal released and delivered to your home
Boulevard, Paranaque City (see without having to return to the DFA
locator map). You must be at the on the release date (optional). If
DFA Consular Office 30 minutes availing of the delivery, proceed to
before your scheduled time.
the Delivery Counter to pay for
delivery fee.

What to expect when you log in to the DFA


Appointment Website passport.com.ph
1.You will be asked to provide your 6.Present your printed application
personal information for the passport form to the Appointment Counter.
application on the online application 7.Get your queue number at the
form. Remember to fill in all the Information Counter and sit on the
information slots correctly. waiting section of the Processing
2.Please take note of the Area. Wait for your queue number to
requirements that you need to bring appear on the monitor indicating
to the DFA Consular Office on your what processing window you will go
appointment date. to.
3.Choose an appointment DATE and 8.After processing, proceed to the
TIME. Passport Enrollment Section located
4.Check your email for your at the 2nd Floor. Pay the applicable
reference number and a link to print passport processing fees (see
your application form. You will need passport fees).
to bring the printed application form 9.After payment, proceed to the
to the DFA on your appointment. Encoding Section for data capturing.
5.On your appointment date, 10. After the Encoding Section,
proceed to the DFA Consular Office you can have your new passport
located at ASEANA Business Park, released and delivered to your home
Bradco Avenue corner Macapagal without having to return to the DFA
Boulevard, Paranaque City (see on the release date (optional). If
locator map). You must be at the availing of the delivery, proceed to
DFA Consular Office 30 minutes the Delivery Counter to pay for
before your scheduled time. delivery fee.
Early/Late comers will not be
entertained.
DFA Passport Experience : on photo
capturing
Bonjour. Mabuhay.

Finished passport application. Whew. Was a blast. Something I learned when they start getting
your photo for the passport.

While inside the Passport Enrollment Section.


Here are some Guidelines to be followed:

YOUR POSE EYEGLASSES/CONTACT LENSES


Your frontal pose looking directly at the Eyeglasses should always be removed before
camera lens and showing your full face must capturing the applicant’s photo.
be used. Rotation or tilting of the head The use of contact lenses for medical
either in an up/down or left/right direction reasons is accepted, provided that the
must be avoided. The mid points of the contact lenses do not change the applicant’s
mouth and the bridge of the nose should lie true eye color. Therefore, applicants are
on an imaginary vertical line in the center of advised to take off their contact lenses
the image. before having their photos captured.

EXPRESSION EARS SHOULD BE VISIBLE


Your expression should be neutral with both As much as possible, both ears of the
eyes open and mouth closed. There should applicant should be visible.
be no hair covering the eyes. Contrived
expressions such as raised eyebrows, EARRINGS/HAIR ACCESSORIES
squirting or frowning are not acceptable. These accessories should be removed prior
to photo capturing. Frizzy/afro hairstyles
SMILING should be neatly arranged showing full
When having their photos captured, frontal facial image.
applicant may smile, but without showing For men, wearing earrings is not allowed.
their teeth and gums. The ‘Mona Lisa’ smile
is recommended. INFANTS
Infants or very small children who are
unable to support themselves should be DFA. You do not need to bring any photos,
assisted by either parent or their guardians. your photo and biometrics will be taken
Hands, arms, etc., used to support the child onsite. Bring your printed application form
should not be visible. High-chair for minor with the barcode printed on top. This is
applicants may be used, if needed. acquired when you get your passport
appointment. :)
Keep these in mind when you get to the
Getting an E-Passport from DFA

Dear friends, please be informed that this is a personal blog and the author is not in any way
connected to DFA(Department of Foreign Affairs). It is the author's intention is just to share
his/her experience going through the e-passport application. You may direct your concerns to
DFA through this website. Thanks!

Just got back from DFA for the epassport application. Everything was a breeze.

Requirements:
1. Make an appointment here DFA E-Passport Appointment
2. Once DFA respond to email for appointment date, reply back to confirm.
3. Don't forget to print your email appointment notification. This will be your "passport" inside
DFA.
3. Filled up MRP application form (it can be used on both MRP and epassport )
4. Photocopy of back and front of passport and latest departure / arrival.

On the actual day:

1. Proceed to DFA Gate 3, ignoring the b. P1,200 if release date is only within 7
fixers (you don't need them) days. (Ours will be released on Feb 16,
2. Upon arriving in Gate 3, Don't fall in line 2010 since we chose this)
to get in. Just present the email 6. After payment has been made and
appointment notification and you will be able receipt is stamped as completed, proceed to
to enter the other entrance (no line) 2nd floor.
3. Go to Window 26 - 28 (only for E- 7. On the doorway, just tell the guard that
passport). Give your email notification for you are scheduled for the epassport. Don't
the person in charge will check if your name mind the line on the doorway. Epassport
exist on the appointment list. Present the room is at the end of the hallway (near the
following: Landbank atms)
a. Original Passport 8. Give your processed application forms to
b. Photocopy of back, front of passport and the guard when in the Epassport room. The
departure/arrival stamps guard will submit your document to the next
c. Filled up MRP application form available personnel.
d. Email appointment notification 9. Once name is called, be prepared to take
4. Personnel in charge will cancel your your picture, thumprints and signature.
passport, then presents you a receipt which 10. Once done, proceed to the large hallway
you will bring to Cashier. where the LBC delivery kiosk is located.
5. Go to cashier located outside the Pay for the passport delivery fee (P100).
processing area. Pay the necessary fees. 11. Wait for your passport to be delivered.
a. P950 if release date is within 14days.

Our schedule was 8:00-9:00am and luckily, it wasn't that crowded except for those that are lined
for MRP.

Now, i'll just wait for my spankin' new Epassport and I'm ready to do some wandering! :)

By the way, Before posting any queries, I'M NOT FROM DFA. I'm just
an ordinary citizen who just got her E-Passport and sharing her
experience during the whole passport application. Many Thanks!