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  1. #21

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    I've bought insurance online. Would recommend adding the serious cover as well. Only costs a few hundred more. Renewals are by email.

    https://www.hl-insurance.com/hlia/en...ic-helper.html

    https://www.ocbcwhhk.com/webpages/en...insu_primamaid


  2. #22

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    Thanks!! This was super easy.
    Appreciate your help.


  3. #23

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    After I renew our DH contract for another 2 year, do I need to pay for her ticket to her home country during her first vacation in new contract?


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    Quote Originally Posted by green2020:
    After I renew our DH contract for another 2 year, do I need to pay for her ticket to her home country during her first vacation in new contract?
    Yes.

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    I need to renew my helper's contract soon. Have seen there are new Covid measures in place. First step is immigration followed by consulate. Anyone done this recently?

    https://hongkongpcg.dfa.gov.ph/2014-...tion-procedure


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    Quote Originally Posted by rani:
    I need to renew my helper's contract soon. Have seen there are new Covid measures in place. First step is immigration followed by consulate. Anyone done this recently?

    https://hongkongpcg.dfa.gov.ph/2014-...tion-procedure
    did it last month. at that time the philippines labor office was closed so we went to immigration (booked online). took the helper 3-4 hrs. when the labor office opened she went (another 2-3 hrs) and it was sorted

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    Quote Originally Posted by twelve98:
    did it last month. at that time the philippines labor office was closed so we went to immigration (booked online). took the helper 3-4 hrs. when the labor office opened she went (another 2-3 hrs) and it was sorted
    Thanks for the reply. We did the renewal online last time, and she was in/out of immigration in 30 mins. Hoping it will be the same.
    twelve98 likes this.

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