Type:Local Religion:Moslem Nationality:Indonesian
AGE:46 Marital:Married Sex:Female
Height:155cm Weight:57kg Birthplace:BATANG
Zodiac:Snake Constellation:Taurus Vaccinated: --
Finish:Jan 14,2024(Finish Contract)
Type:Local Religion:Moslem
AGE:46 Zodiac:Snake
Marital:Married Sex:Female
Height:155cm Weight:57kg
Finish:Jan 14,2024(Finish Contract)
Salary:HK$4,630 up
  • Family
  • EXP
  • Language
  • Edu
  • Other
Comments Reference
brothers:2 ranking:3 sisters:1 children:2 Age of children:18Y & 15Y
No Yes Good
new-born babies
Taking care of young children
Take care of disability
Take care of the elderly
*Experienced maids have four years or more of experience
Language skills
learning nomal good
Mandarin -

Junior high school: SMP
Part of the main working experience
from 2011 to 2016
House Cleaning laundries
Ironing Cooking
Cooking Chinese Food Western Food
Care of new-born babies
Care of young children Ages:5Y & 6Y
Care of elderly / disabled 75Y GRANDPA
Working Area:MALAYSIA Reason of Termination:Finish Contract
from 2020 to 2022
House Cleaning Doing the laundries
Ironing Cooking
Chinese Food Western Food
Care of new-born babies Ages:--
Care of young children Ages:7Y & 9Y
Care of elderly / disabled 70Y GRANDMA
Car Washing Other :--
Residence of Empolyer:TAIWAI Reason of Leave:Finish Contract
from 2022 to 2024
House Cleaning Doing the laundries
Ironing Cooking
Chinese Food Western Food
Care of new-born babies Ages:--
Care of young children Ages:--
Care of elderly / disabled 70Y GRANDMA
Car Washing Other :--
Residence of Empolyer:FOTAN Reason of Leave:Finish Contract
Job preferred
new-born babies (0-1y)
Taking care of young children (1-5y)
Taking care of young children (6-12y)
Taking care of healthy elderly
Taking care of disabled elderly
Take care of dogs
Willing to work without own servant room
Work with Indonesian maid
Work with Filipino maid
Do you have all complete and normal body parts?
Would you agree to do ad-hoc tasks?
Living with elderly person?
Willing to work own servant room?
Not guarantee Sunday as certain holiday.
If your employer asked you to work on your rest day and is willing to pay as compensation,are you willing to do so?
Can you handle pork?
Do you smoke?
Do you drink alcoholic drinks?
Are you wearing glasses?
Do you need a hearing aid?
Do you have any infectious skin disease?
Do you take any long-term medication or psychotropic substance?
Do you eat pork?
All the information in this document (including my personal data) is provided by me to the Sunlight Employment Agency for my job search as foreign domestic helpers in Hong Kong. I understand and agree that Sunlight Employment Agency will upload the information on the website for public. I certify that all the contents of the above-mentioned applicant's information certification and all the submitted information are true and correct. The above information is provided by the applicant. If any discrepancy is found, the applicant must bear the responsibility. Sunlight Employment Agency declares: The accuracy and timeliness of the rest of the information of this helper, except for the "personal data" of the helper at the top, cannot be verified. Customers need to verify the relevant information during the interview and selection process. The authenticity of the helper information is not guaranteed.
Eligibility Criteria for foreign domestic helper

(a) The employer is financially capable of employing a Helper after his/her household expenditure has been deducted. In general, for every Helper to be employed, the employer must have a household income of no less than HK$15,000 per month or assets of comparable amount to support the employment of a Helper for the whole contractual period. The monthly household income figure of HK$15,000 may be adjusted by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) from time to time.
(b) The Helper and the employer shall enter into a standard Employment Contract (ID 407) as specified by the Director of Immigration.
(c) The Helper shall only be required to perform domestic duties for the employer as per the Schedule of Accommodation and Domestic Duties attached to the standard Employment Contract (ID 407).
(d) The Helper shall not be required or allowed by the employer to take up any other employment with any other person during his/her stay in the HKSAR and within the contract period specified in Clause 2 of the standard Employment Contract (ID 407).
(e) The employer undertakes to pay the Helper a salary that is no less than the minimum allowable wage announced by the HKSAR Government and prevailing at the date of application for employing the Helper.
(f) The Helper shall work and reside in the employer’s residence1 as specified in Clause 3 of the standard Employment Contract (ID 407).
(g) The Helper shall be provided with suitable accommodation and with reasonable privacy2.
(h) The bona fides of the employer and the Helper are not in doubt; there is no known record to the detriment of the employer and the Helper. For details of matters which will be taken into account, please refer to section IV on “Breaches” below.
(i) The employer is a bona fide resident in the HKSAR.
Source: Hong Kong Immigration Department-Hiring Domestic Helpers from Foreign Countries (Simple Guide) [ID(E)969]

Basic Labor Laws
For common legal questions about foreign domestic helpers, you can refer to the website of the Immigration Department

All provisions of <> apply to foreign employers and domestic helpers

Labour Department website

"Job-hopping foreign domestic helper" means premature contract termination and wages is higher than the Minimum Allowable Wages. Besides the maid’s “Personal Data” in the first page, there are no feasible means to verify completely the accuracies and timeliness of information listed in this bio-data , Clients should verify by themselves the related information during the interviews and screenings.
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