1. BRITISH EMBASSY:
Starting December 17, 2012, UK Embassy Manila will mandatory require all applicants to pay the visa fee using a Visa card or MasterCard. The embassy will not accept other forms of payment from this date.
Qualified for priority visa service are those visa applicants with previous UK, US, Schengen, Australia & Canadian issued within the last 5 years and used for a travel with a fee of Php 4,200.00
2. GREECE VISA APPOINTMENT:
Appointment can be obtained by our LO with passenger’s passport copy and authorization letter.
3. KOREAN VISA:
Frequent travelers (with any of the following: 2 used Korean visa, valid US, Canada, New Zealand, Japan & Australian visa) required to submit Employmet Certificate & Co. ID only (for employee) and Business documents (SEC/DTI/Mayors permit) for business owners.
4. CHINA VISA:
All foreign nationals who only have a valid resident permit (with ACR or SRRV card) can apply for a China visa in the China Embassy-Manila. Foreign nationals with BB status need to apply for China visa in their country of origin.
5. NEW ZEALAND VISA:
Starting March 2012, PIASI (Collection agent of New Zealand Embassy) will charge each applicant P500 service fee.
6. TAIWAN VISA:
Starting March 15, 2011, Filipinos with any valid visa of the following countries: US, Canada, Japan, Australia, UK, Schengen, New Zealand can obtain their Electronic Authorization Permit online.
Starting May 1, 2012, Applicants who need a stamp visa from Taiwan embassy have to fill-out the new electronic application form.
7. INDIAN NATIONAL:
Indian Nationals can enter Philippines without visa not to exceed 14 days provided that they possess any of the following valid visas or permanent residence card of: (U.S., Japan, Australia, Canada, Schengen, UK, Singapore)
8. INDIAN EMBASSY:
Starting October 23, 2012, Indian Embassy will only accept printed online visa application form.
9. PHILIPPINE AIRLINES FLIES DIRECT TO TORONTO:
Every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
10. MYANMAR VISA
Starting January 2014, Philippine passport holders are allowed to visit Myanmar for 14 days ( tourism purposes) without visa.
11. AUSTRALIAN VISA
Effective June 16, 2014 , Australian visa application should be lodged at the nearest Australian Visa Application Center (AVAC) in the Philippines, operated by VFS Global . A fee will be charge for service in additional to the scheduled fee charged by the Australian Government for all visa applications.
Original passport is not required in submitting the application.
12. CANADIAN VISA
The Embassy of Canada in Philippines will only accept visa application submitted either on-line or through residence permit of any of the OECD or Schengen countries may apply for an e-Visa online for tourism purpose.
OECD Countries : Australia , Canada , Chile, Ireland, Israel , Japan, Korea , Mexico, New Zealand, United Kingdom , United States of America
All non E- passport must be completely phase out by November 24, 2015.