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Work Visa from Philippines to Cyprus

The Cyprus work visa is for visa applicants who are traveling to Cyprus for employment reasons.   This work visa allows for more than one entry and the multiple-entry visa is valid for a year.  In some cases, it might be valid for more than one year but not more than five years for certain persons. You will require an entry and work permit. Application forms must be accompanied by the employment contract stamped by the Department of Labor of the Ministry of Labor and Social Insurance. The application is to be forwarded to the Civil Registry and Migration Department.  Applicants have to provide the embassy with evidence that they have been invited by a Cyprus company or are participating in any conference, seminars, or business events.  Holders of this visa can undertake any form of employment during the duration of their stay.   For visits less than 90 days, visitors can exceed the duration of their stay while still in Cyprus.  Visitors who wants to stay in Cyprus for more than 90 days can extend their stay by applying for a work or a temporary residence permit depending on their reasons for extension it will be approved.  This visa can be obtained from Cyprus Consulate after the applicant has received an invitation from a Cyprus corporate organization. The time frame for obtaining this visa depends on the embassy’s workload but it approximately takes 10 days.  When visiting with this visa, an official letter would be required. The letter should be addressed to the Consulate of Cyprus and have proof of the applicant’s wage or salary.  A photocopy of the tax declaration for the last three years will be required during the visa application process.   If the applicant is self-employed, a letter from a solicitor, accountant, or bank manager should be provided to prove his/her financial status.  The applicant is to provide a photocopy of their passport. The employment contract with a revenue stamp from the revenue stamp registrar is to be submitted. The applicant's medical certificate is to be also submitted. 

Category: Work visa, Visas of Cyprus, Visa

Work Visa from Philippines to Italy

This visa is for persons traveling to Italy for employment purposes. Before applying for this visa, applicants must have been given employment contracts in Italy. A covering letter from the Italian inviting company is to be provided.  The letter should indicate your name and designation, and travel dates. Travel Itinerary and applicant's duration of stay, details about the sponsor, the purpose of the visit are all to be signed by the authorized personnel and submitted. The registration certificate of the inviting company in Italy is to be provided. A letter from your employer stating why you will be traveling to Italy is to be provided. Proof of the applicant's financing throughout their entire stay in Italy is required. Regarding the applicant’s expenses during their stay in Italy, either the employer or the partner company must state coverage of expenses on the letter or invitation. Applicants are to leave Italy on or before the expiration of this visa.

Category: Work visa, Visas of Italy, Visa

Work Visa from Philippines to Jamaica

This visa is issued to visa applicants who wish to travel to Jamaica for employment reasons. The employment contract issued by the company in Jamaica is to be submitted. Holders of this visa can attend trade fairs, conferences, and business seminars relating to their profession. An official letter of invitation from the inviting company in Jamaica is required.  The letter must state the purpose and duration of the visit. Proof of accommodation for the applicant's entire stay in Jamaica is to be provided. A letter from the applicant’s employer in UAE must be provided.  The letter must state the applicant’s current job position, salary level, and length of employment. The applicant is to apply for a work permit upon entry into Jamaica and the cost is 15,000JMD. Documents which show that you have the incentive of returning to UAE is required. Proof of payment of visa application fees should be provided. International Certificate of Vaccination against yellow fever is required. A letter from the ministry of labor in Jamaica approving the applicant's work permit or granting exemption from a work permit is required.

Category: Work visa, Visas of Jamaica, Visa

Work Visa from Philippines to United States of America

This visa is for applicants who wish to take up any form of paid employment in the USA. You are to specify in your contract how long you will be working in the US. There are various types of work visa such as the H, I, L, O, and P visas. The H-1 visa or temporary worker visa is the most important division of the H visas.  The other categories of the H visa are H-2 (for seasonal workers), H-3 (for training) and H-4 (for spouse and children of H-1, H-2, and H-3 visa holders). The L-1 visa (Intracompany transfers Visa) is of two types- the L-1A (Managers and Executives) and L-1B (Specialized Knowledge) visas. The I visa (media and journalist visa) allows journalists and those who work in the information or media sector to enter into the United States for media-related jobs only. The O/extraordinary abilities visa is for foreigners who have extraordinary abilities and high educational degrees. The O-1 visa is of two types, O-1A (for extraordinary abilities in education, business, science, and athletics) and O-1B (for extraordinary abilities in film or television industry or in arts). The P visa (visa for athletes) is meant for persons in sports, performances, entertainment, and culture who are visiting the United States for a performance. There are four types of P visa which are P-1, P-2 visa, P-3 visa, and P-4 visa. Non-Qatar citizens are to provide proof of their residence permit in Qatar. Proof of paid visa application fees must be provided. You are to provide an incentive that you will return to your country after your work with the exception of H-1B and L visa. If you are applying for an L visa, you will need to have a filled I-129S form which should be taken along with you for your visa interview. Visa interviews are generally required for applicants between the ages of 14 and 79 years but not for those younger or older than this range. Spouses and children of various work visa categories can accompany work visa holders. You are to provide a letter from your employer stating awareness of your leave. This letter should also contain your job position and salary level.

Category: Work visa, Visas of United States of America, Visa

Work Visa from Philippines to Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Arabian work visa is for applicants who wish to travel to Saudi Arabia for the purpose of taking up forms of employment. The requirements for an employment visa are similar to those for a business visa. Applicants of this visa type must have been offered a job by an employer in Saudi Arabia before they can be issued this visa. Proof that the job that was offered to the Philippine applicant has been advertised in Saudi Arabia and that there was no Saudi Arabian qualified to take the job is to be provided. This visa will not be issued to foreigners who are under-qualified or do not have the right qualification for the job they have been offered. The employer must be willing to pay you above the minimum wage paid to Saudi Arabian nationals. A letter from your Saudi employer certified by the Saudi Chamber of Commerce and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is to be submitted. Your sponsor is also to write a letter stating that they will be covering all expenses regarding your trip. A signed copy of your employment contract in Saudi Arabia is to be submitted. Notarized certificates of your academic and/or professional qualifications are to be submitted also. A recent police report stating if you have any criminal records/charges is to be submitted. Three copies of your official medical report, including HIV test results, issued by a licensed physician or medical facility in Qatar is to be submitted. Expatriates on long-term assignments need to have their employment visa extended to a Residence Permit (Iqama), which is usually valid for one or two years. The Iqama is issued by the General Department of Passports, which is part of the Ministry of Interior, or its local branch office. 

Category: Work visa, Visas of Saudi Arabia, Visa

Work Visa from Philippines to United Arab Emirates

The application form must be completely filled out. Applicant's passport photographs (51mm x 55mm). Employee’s original passport and photocopy. A copy of the valid company card. A valid commercial license of the company. Payment of application fee is required. A valid health certificate is required. The employer will apply for an entry permit from the Ministry of Labor on behalf of the employee and the approval must be granted before the employee enters the UAE. The entry permit is valid for 2 months from the date of issue and allows the holder to remain in the UAE for a period of 30 days, it is extendable twice. Employee's educational certificates and other evidence of professional qualifications are required. Sponsoring company’s valid trade license Three copies of the employment contract – one for the employer, one for the employee and one for the Ministry of Labor A valid passport with a minimum of six months is required.

Category: Work visa, Visas of United Arab Emirates, Visa

Work Visa from Philippines to Sweden

A work visa is issued to the Philippines  who have been offered employment by an employer in Sweden. A copy of your work permit is required. Educational qualifications and curriculum vitae should be provided. A copy of the Philippine residence permit. The employment contract signed by both the employer and employee should be provided. The letter must state the job position offered to the applicant and the duration of employment. Two passport size (35mm x 45mm) photographs with a white background. Medical insurance should be provided. Proof of financial ability to support the daily expenses in Sweden. A duly signed and completely filled work visa application form.

Category: Work visa, Visas of Sweden, Visa

Work Visa from Philippines to Switzerland

A work visa is issued to Philippine who has been offered employment by an employer in an organization in Switzerland. A Philippine passport valid for at least 3 months. The employment contract must be signed by both the employer and employee should be provided.  Medical insurance is required. The letter must state the job position offered to the applicant and the duration of employment. The prospective employer in Switzerland must file the application for a work permit at the responsible Office of Migration in Switzerland. Proof of funds to support your stay in Switzerland. An authorization letter from the Cantonal Migration Authority should be provided. You are expected to declare your arrival at the Foreigners Police or Town Registrar within the first 8 days of your arrival. Two passport size (35mm x 45mm) photographs with a white background should be provided. Proof that there was no Swizz national qualified to take up the job that you were offered is required. A copy of your curriculum vitae should be provided. The Philippines are required to provide a copy of their residence permit.

Category: Work visa, Visas of Switzerland, Visa

Work Visa from Philippines to Nigeria

A work visa is issued to the Philippines traveling to Nigeria for an employment opportunity. Formal application for STR Visa from the Employer/Institution accepting Immigration Responsibility. Valid passport with a minimum of 6 months validity. Letter of employment. Expatriate quota approval. Letters of Offer of Appointment and Acceptance of Offer. Educational qualifications and curriculum vitae. Duly completed form IMM 22. Two passport photograph sizes (35mm x 45mm) Medical insurance should be provided.

Category: Work visa, Visas of Nigeria, Visa

Work Visa from Philippines to Greece

This visa is issued to foreigners who just got employment opportunities in Greece. The work visa application form must be completely filled out. Applicant's passport photographs (35mm x 45mm). Employee’s original passport and photocopy. A copy of the valid company card. A valid commercial license of the company. Payment of work visa application fee is required. A valid health certificate is required. Employee's educational certificates and other evidence of professional qualifications are required. Sponsoring company’s valid trade license Three copies of the employment contract – one for the employer, one for the employee and one for the Ministry of Labor A valid passport with a minimum of six months is required. The medical certificate should be provided. Evidence of sufficient funds. Proof of criminal background check. Some proof of your local address and mobile contact.

Category: Work visa, Visas of Greece, Visa

Work Visa from Philippines to Ukraine

This visa is issued to Filipino citizens who have been offered employment by an employer in an organization in Ukraine.  The employment contract signed by both the employer and employee should be provided.  The employer in Ukraine must fill the application form for a work permit. Medical insurance is required. Proof of funds to support your stay in Ukraine. Two passport size (35mm x 45mm) photographs with a white background should be provided. Travellers must provide a  Philippine passport valid for at least 6 months to the expiration of their stay in Ukraine. The letter must state the job position offered to the applicant and the duration of employment. A copy of your curriculum vitae should be provided. The Philippines are required to provide a copy of their residence permit. Evidence of no criminal record from the police.  A duly signed and accomplished work visa application form.

Category: Work visa, Visas of Ukraine, Visa

Work Visa from Philippines to China

This visa is issued to the Philippines traveling to china for an employment reason. Applicant's valid actual passport with at least six months before expiry and at least two blank pages left in it. One accurately completed China Work Visa Application Form. One recent passport standard photo affixed to the Application Form. Work Permit obtained through the employer in China. Medical insurance. Criminal history check. The processing time for a china work visa is 4 working days. Proof of sufficient funds to support travel Educational qualifications and curriculum vitae should be provided.

Category: Work visa, Visas of China, Visa