Our Procedure

1. Permission from Protector:

On receipt of your requirement, we seek permission from the Protector of Emigrants to avoid every possible discrepancy.

2. Advertisement:

Following this, we advertise nationwide using press media, electronic media, and the Internet.

3. Interviews & Tests:

We shortlist the applicants and issue calls for interviews and trade tests. If our Principals desire we include them or their representatives in the interview panel. The trade tests are conducted under the invigilation of technical expertise.

4. Introduction to Working Conditions:

In order to update the personnel about working conditions, rules and regulations, climate, law, and jurisdiction of the country, we arrange exclusive and special sessions for the candidates.

5. Medical test and Inoculation:

Changing climate and geographical conditions around the world demand constant health vigilance. We carry out strict medical checkups at laboratories, hospitals, and medical centers approved by the concerned country. After clearance, inoculation is carried out. These preventive measures ensure maximum health and safety assurance by our manpower bureau.

6. Visa Stamping:

We are entirely responsible for the Visa stamping process till the collection of the passport from the Embassy. This is one of the many fool-proof steps aimed at restricting any type of mishap of fake documentation.

7. Registration:

The registration of the selected personnel with the Protector of Emigrants is our responsibility. Our staff and representatives work dedicatedly with a spirit of national service and they are our pride assets.

8. Reservation & Ticketing:

We have congenial links with leading airlines. We are always in a better position to offer our services to our workers through faster, more accurate, and prompt reservations and in-time dispatch with a professional touch.

9. Follow-ups:

Father and Sons Manpower Supply keeps a constant track record through the database of the exported manpower.

We are always at hand to help. We are at the service of our countrymen. If at all through sheer bad luck, any of the workers is deported, turns defaulter, or is engaged in any controversy with our Principals, we never isolate or desert him at any cost.

It is by all means a part of our job and duty to see that he gets maximum relief/help and we do our best to compensate him.