Philippines holds within itself the charm of a queen, the power of a king and the solidarity of a knight. It enthralls the traveller in every aspect with its royal capacities. A one-on-one interaction with this lovely country must figure on your bucket list for the simple reason that a Philippines visa get it in 15 - 20 working days.
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This visa includes of following things and read terms and conditions.
What documents are required for Philippines Visa application?:
1) Original passport and old passports, if any.
2) Passport should be valid for at least 6 months from the return date of travel, with a minimum of two blank pages.
3) The form should be printed and filled on a single sheet of paper using both sides.
4)The photograph pasted on the application form has to be crossed signed by the applicant.
5)The photograph pasted on the application form has to be crossed signed by the applicant.
6)The photograph pasted on the application form has to be crossed signed by the applicant.
7)Original covering letter from applicant stating the applicant’s name, designation, passport details, all travel details with purpose and duration of visit. The letter should be duly signed by the applicant with his contact details and addressed to ‘Philippines Consulate, Mumbai’.
8)Bank statement reflecting transactions of last 6 months, with bank seal and sign on each page, having minimum balance of 1 lakh rupees per applicant.
9)Salary slip for last three months with company seal.
10)If the applicant is self employed, he/she must submit their company registration copy or partnership deed. In case the applicant is employed in a firm, he/she must submit the original leave sanction from the company, duly signed by the authorized signatory with his name, designation and company stamp.
11)Hotel confirmation as per travel itinerary.
12)The confirmed return air ticket showing travel itinerary.
The processing time is 15 - 20 working days once the application and documents are submitted to the Philippines Embassy/Consulate.
No. Philippines Consulate doesn’t allow third parties to collect visa on behalf of the applicant.
Retired people must show the proof of their retirement along with other documents.