Overseas domestic helper from the Philippines  - $7,900

 

Our carefully selected and pre-screened applicants directly from the Philippines, recommended for their good character, qualifications and enthusiasm.

   

 

   The fee includes;

 

  1. Philippine Consulate fees

  2. Hong Kong Immigration entry visa fee

  3. POEA/OEC Government processing

  4. Philippine Government mandatory insurance (HKD 1,250)

  5. OWWA (Overseas Workers Welfare Administration) – mandatory payment for employers required by the Philippine Consulate 

  6. One way air ticket MNL – HKG

  7. Pick up of domestic helper from the airport and transportation to employer

  8. Medical check-up in the Philippines

  9. Pregnancy test on day of departure

  10. HK ID-card application (if necessary)

  11. Philippine Consulate mandatory registration (if necessary)

  12. Pre-employment briefing

  13. Follow-up services

  14. One year guarantee

  15. Handling and service fee

 

 

 

Overseas direct hire domestic helper  - $7,500

If you have already found a domestic helper whom you would like to hire, we can help you with the paperwork and processing.

   The fee includes;

 

  1. Philippine Consulate fees

  2. Hong Kong Immigration entry visa fee

  3. POEA/OEC Government processing

  4. Philippine Government mandatory insurance (HKD 1,250)

  5. OWWA (Overseas Workers Welfare Administration) – mandatory payment for employers required by the Philippine Consulate

  6.  One way air ticket MNL – HKG

  7. Medical check-up in the Philippines

  8. Pregnancy test on day of departure

  9. Philippine Consulate mandatory registration (if necessary)

  10. Handling and service fee

 

 

 

 

 

 

Local domestic helper  - $4,900

 

We help you find a suitable helper who is already in HK from our list of  pre-screened candidates who best matches your requirements and preferences. Applicable to helpers who are finished contract or terminated with valid reason.

   The fee includes;

 

  1. Philippine Consulate fees

  2. Hong Kong Immigration visa fee

  3. OWWA (Overseas Workers Welfare Administration) – mandatory payment for employers required by the Philippine Consulate 

  4. Medical check-up

  5. Follow-up services

  6. One year guarantee

  7. Handling and service fee

   

 

Local direct hire domestic helper  - $4,500

If you have already found a domestic helper whom you would like to hire, we can help you with the paperwork and processing.

   The fee includes;

 

  1. Philippine Consulate fees

  2. Hong Kong Immigration visa fee

  3. OWWA (Overseas Workers Welfare Administration) – mandatory payment for employers required by the Philippine Consulate 

  4. Medical check-up

  5. Handling and service fee

   

 

 

 

 

Terminated or Break Contract domestic helper  - $7,900

The fee includes;

 

  1. Philippine Consulate fees

  2. Hong Kong Immigration entry visa fee

  3. POEA/OEC Government processing

  4. Philippine Government mandatory insurance (HKD 1,250)

  5. OWWA (Overseas Workers Welfare Administration) – mandatory payment for employers required by the Philippine Consulate 

  6. One way air ticket MNL – HKG

  7. Pick up of domestic helper from the airport and transportation to employer

  8. Medical check-up in the Philippines

  9. Pregnancy test on day of departure

  10. Pre-employment briefing

  11. Follow-up services

  12. One year guarantee

  13. Handling and service fee

 

 

 

 

 

Terminated or Break Contract direct hire domestic helper  - $7,500

If you have already found a domestic helper whom you would like to hire, we can help you with the paperwork and processing.

   The fee includes;

 

  1. Philippine Consulate fees

  2. Hong Kong Immigration entry visa fee

  3. POEA/OEC Government processing

  4. Philippine Government mandatory insurance (HKD 1,250)

  5. OWWA (Overseas Workers Welfare Administration) – mandatory payment for employers required by the Philippine Consulate

  6.  One way air ticket MNL – HKG

  7. Medical check-up in the Philippines

  8. Pregnancy test on day of departure

  9. Handling and service fee

 

 

Contract renewal with the same employer  - 2,500

If you have finished your contract with your current helper and you wish to continue this employer- helper relationship, we can assist you with processing the renewal documents for your convenience. Before you continue your contract with your helper, please be reminded to check the due date of the visa of your helper. It is suggested that employers give two months allowance prior to the due date of the visa for documents processing as there would be additional fees to be paid when the visas of the helpers are overdue.

The fee includes;

 

  1. Philippine Consulate fees

  2. Hong Kong Immigration entry visa fee

  3. OWWA (Overseas Workers Welfare Administration) – mandatory payment for employers required by the Philippine Consulate 

  4. Handling and service fee

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please do give terminated or break contract helpers a consideration, as it may be due to many reasons. The main reason for a domestic helper to break her contract is unfair treatment, such as having to work for unreasonable hours, not being given enough food, not being paid the salary, having to sleep in poor conditions due to lack of space in the apartment or being refused medical attention etc.

The onus of providing the proof if reporting the employer to the authorities falls on the helper and a lack of evidence will not support a claim, therefore the helper often has no choice but to break her contract. Some helpers are also breaking their contract due to personal reasons (medical emergency, family issue in her country etc) In these cases, the helper invariably chooses to leave the job, and not prolong her contract. The helper must perform her notice period of one month (or pay a penalty of up to one month's salary to her employer if no notice is given) and then she will go back to her country of origin.

An employer who wants to hire a break contract helper has the obligation to use an employment agency. In this case, a new immigration process is required (at least 8 weeks, average 12 weeks).