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Pre-Qualification Requirements

Every applicant for a license to operate a private employment agency must submit a written application
together with the following requirements:
1. Business Name Certificate (if sole proprietorship) or a certified copy of the Articles of Partnership or
Incorporation duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC);
2. Proof of financial capacity (bank certificate, ITR, etc.);
3. Proof of existence of new market (POLO verified or authenticated Recruitment/Service Agreement);
4. Employer’s Profile;
5. Proof of possession by the head of the company of a bachelor’s degree or at least four (4) years experience in
human resource management or experience in heading or managing a manpower business;
6. Valid clearances from the NBI and the Anti-Illegal Recruitment Branch of the Administration for the proprietor,
partners, and all members of the board of directors of the applicant agency;
7. Notarized undertaking by the sole proprietor, the managing partner, or the president of the corporation;
8. List of all officials and personnel involved in recruitment and placement, together with their appointment,
signed bio-data and two (2) copies of their passport-size pictures, as well as their clearances from the NBI and their
individual affidavits, declaring that they have no conviction or pending criminal case for illegal recruitment or
case involving moral turpitude;
9. Certificate of attendance of the sole proprietor, managing partner, president, chief executive officer and/or
operations manager in a Pre-Licensing Orientation Seminar (PLOS);
10. Flowchart detailing step-by-step recruitment procedures, etc.;
11. Four-year business plan detailing financial, market and operational viability, and the like.
A non-refundable filing fee of P25,000.00 is assessed by the POEA.

Post-Qualification Requirements
If the application is granted, POEA will require the applicant to comply with the following post-qualification
requirements prior to the issuance of the provisional license:
1. Lease contract or ownership of an office space measuring at least one hundred (100) square meters;
2. An office layout;
3. An inventory of office equipment and facilities which must be compliant with POEA requirements;
4. Organizational chart indicating the duties and responsibilities and names of officers and staff;
5. Payment of license fee of One Hundred Thousand Pesos (PhP100,000.00); and
6. An escrow agreement with a bank authorized by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas to handle trust accounts, with
deposit in the amount of One Million Pesos (PhP1,000,000.00)