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For not having valid working permits, the Bureau of Immigration (BI) rounded up last week 50 Chinese, a British and an Australian working in the construction of coal-fired power plant Therma South Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Aboitiz Power Corporation (APC). TUCP said there is also a need to investigate APC on how were they able to hire the foreigners amid the existence of the law. http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2014/08/13/1357146/tucp-calls-probe-over-surge-foreign-workers
spydoo posted a topic in Passports, Visas, Permits & Immigration InformationI'm interested in how I can work for myself legally. I work online (webdev and SEO) but will also be communicating with customers abroad and marketing to potential customers by VOIP (mainly in Australia, possibly US). Other people do this sort of thing under the radar, but I'm interested in dotting my i's and crossing my t's. One reason is that I would like to work in a call center, so more publicly than most. Another is that want to employ locals; also that I don't want to risk the consequences of getting busted working illegally. From what I've learned elsewhere, one of my options i