Philippine passport holders who intend to visit or work in Korea are required to secure a visa at the Consular Office.
Visa classifications are as follows: – Temporary Visitorâ€™s Visa (Tourist/Business) – Transit Visa for Seafarers – Holders of Confirmation of Visa Issuance number from Koreaâ€™s Ministry of Justice.
Popular celebrities, artists/athletes/writers who can be searched or viewed in Philippine major media websites – Required document: A membership card or an ID, Media records or Records of concerned activity 12.
Retired workers aged 55 years above who are receiving pensions of more than P20,000 monthly – Required document: Any supporting document which proves he/she is a Pension receiver 13.
Temporary Visitor’s Visa may be granted a regular period of stay for 59 days, and if requested, maximum period of stay for 90 days.
Transit Visa for Seafarers is granted period of stay for 59 days.
Do not apply more than 3 months prior to the date of travel. But must not stay beyond 30 days and with confirmed onward ticket to the 3rd country.
– If using Philippine Official and Diplomatic Passport. – If the individual has been to Korea for four (4) times within the past two years with a C2 or C3 visa.
â€» In addition, the reasons of the denial of spouse visa application are as follows: – You failed to give prima facie evidence of your marriage validity according to the Philippine law and regulation; – You failed to give the correct information about your spouse; – You and your spouse failed to prove keeping a normal marital life.
Below is our listing for the DFA Legazpi Branch (Legaspi) in Bicol, Albay.