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FRIDAY, 31 MAY 2019 * 9:00AM to 5:00PM
This special one-day best practices training – that is not taught in any school -- is a complete, condensed and convenient training meant for: [1] foreign nationals travelling to or who are already in the Philippines (e.g. tourists, students, expatriate workers, businesspeople, investors, foreign spouses, retirees, prospective immigrants, etc.); [2] companies and organizations in the Philippines with foreign personnel; [3] foreign embassies and consulates; [4] foreign chambers of commerce; [5] international organizations; [6] expatriate groups and organizations; [7] travel and tourism professionals; [8] lawyers; [9] Philippine visa processing service providers; and [10] human resources (HR) practitioners. Indeed, this will benefit anyone who want to gain a basic understanding of what at times is a somewhat confusing topic - Philippine immigration.

Attendees will learn: [1] when a Philippine visa or work permit may be required; [2] the Philippine visas that are available; [3] the Philippine work permits that a foreign national may need; [4] how to decide which Philippine visa or work permit is best for a specific foreign national; [5] how to get each type of Philippine visa or work permit; [6] what to do after getting a Philippine visa or work permit; [7] a detailed example of the entire Philippine immigration process called the Philippine Visa Life Cycle; and [8] accreditation [9] and lots of valuable insights, practical tips and suggestions.

 Limited Seats Only, Pre-Registration Required

Avail of the Early Payment & Group DISCOUNTS

   Contact Person: Camille Jonas
   Manila lines (+632) 556-8968 or 69
 Manila Telefax (+632) 842-7148 or 59
   Cebu lines (+63 32) 512-3106 or 07
   Baguio line (+63 74) 423-2914
   Legazpi line (+63 52) 736-0148
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Training Investment is P9,980 inclusive of Resource kit, Lunch buffet w/ AM & PM snacks
& Certificate of Attendance
This training is open to the
General Public

Course Director & Lecturer: Atty. Dennis Joseph D. Judan
is the author of the recently launched best-selling book Philippine Visas and Work Permits (A Quick Guide to Philippine Immigration). His 20 years of law practice started at the biggest law firm in the Philippines, SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan. He co-founded the law firm of Villa Judan and Cruz in 2008 and headed that law firm’s specialized Philippine immigration department. Presently, he is the Managing Partner of JUDAN LAW OFFICES, a Philippine law firm primarily engaged in company formation, business registration, corporate structuring, immigration law, legal advisory, real estate law, labor law, and commercial litigation. He obtained his Juris Doctor degree in 1998 from the Ateneo de Manila Law School.

Philippine Visas and Work Permits

EDSA Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City, Philippines
9:00am to 5:00pm,Friday, May 31, 2019

Course Outline

Part 1: Introduction

         What is your primary reason for coming to the Philippines (e.g. tourism, study, work, business, investment
         marriage, retirement, permanent residence, other purpose)?

         Do you need to get a Philippine visa and/or a work permit to accomplish your primary objective?

         Does your nationality affect the type of Philippine visa or work permit you can get? If so, how?


Part 2: Philippine Visas

         How are Philippine visas classified?
              1. Non-immigrant visas
              2. Immigrant visas
              3. Special non-immigrant visas

         What are the main types of Philippine Visas?
              1. 9A Temporary Visitor Visa
              2. 9D Treaty Trader or Treaty Investor Visa
              3. 9F Student Visa
              4. 9G Pre-Arranged Employment Visa
              5. 13 Quota Immigrant Visa
              6. 13A Spouse Visa (or Married to a Philippine Citizen Visa)
              7. 47A2 Special Non-Immigrant Visa
              8. Special Investor’s Resident Visa (SIRV)
              9. Special Resident Retiree Visa (SRRV)
              10. Special Visa for Employment Generation (SVEG)


Part 3: Philippine Work Permits

         What are the various types of Philippine work permits?
              1. Alien Employment Permit (AEP)
              2. Special Work Permit (SWP)
              3. Provisional Work Permit (PWP)
              4. Special Temporary Permit (STP)
              5. Authority to Employ Foreign National (ATEFN)
              6. Alien Employment Registration Certificate (AERC)


Part 4: Choosing the Right Philippine Visa or Work Permit

         A foreign national must first answer the following two (2) questions:
              1. Are you a non-visa required (a.k.a. non-restricted) foreign national or a visa-required (a.k.a. restricted) one?
              2. What is the primary purpose of your travel to the Philippines?

         Based on your answer to the 2 questions above, your “Decision Tree” is as follows: [Discussion on “Decision Tree”]


Part 5: How to Get Each Type of Philippine Visa and Work Permit

         What are the documentary requirements, procedures, costs and timetables for getting each type of Philippine visa
         and work permit?


Part 6: Requirements After Obtaining a Philippine Visa or Work Permit

         What do you need to do after obtaining your Philippine visa and/ or work permit?


Part 7: A Comprehensive Illustration: The Philippine Visa Life Cycle (PVLC)


Part 8: Accreditation


Part 9: Practical Tips and Suggestions


Part 10: Summary and Conclusion


Part 11: Open Forum

TRAINING FEE PER PERSON: P 9,980 (Fee covers Meals, Resource Kit, Certificate of Attendance)


Less 5% for early registrants (on registrations made on or before April 30, 2019)
Less 5% for early payment (if made on or before May 21, 2019)
Less 5% for group registration (minimum of 3 participants)

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