Places in Visas of Philippines





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Facts about Philippines

The Philippines is a country that every beach lover would love. There is an island to suit the taste of every traveler. Tourists can enjoy surfing, kiteboarding, diving, and kayaking on any of the beaches in the country. The Philippines is also a great destination for outdoor activities, trekking can be done anywhere, while a lot of people are getting more interested in mountain-biking and canyoneering. It is also worth noting that the country is regarded as the zipline capital of the world.
In 2017, over 6.6 million foreigners visited the Philippines and this has contributed greatly to the Filipino economy. The industry has been responsible for contributing about 7.1% to the country’s GDP and providing 3.2% of the total workforce.
Foreigners should ensure they stay away from dealing with drugs of any kind. Severe penalties are handed out to tourists who are caught trafficking, using or in possession of illegal drugs. There is no mercy for pedophiles in the country, any case of child abuse or rape cases are treated in the harshest way possible.
Citizens from a wide range of countries, including all ASEAN countries, can enter the Philippines without a visa for up to 30 days, or obtain a visa on arrival for up to 59 days, as long as they have a return or onward ticket and a valid passport.

Basic Travel Requirements for Nigerians visiting Philippines

  • A Nigerian passport valid for at least 6 months from the intended arrival date and must have 2 blank pages for visa stamp.
  • Duly completed and signed visa application form.
  • If the applicant is a minor, the parents/legal guardians have to sign the form.
  • Passport-size photographs (2 x 2” in dimension) taken in white background.
  • Travel document.
  • Proof of financial support
  • Proof of accommodation
  • Copy of return flight ticket
  • Documentation showing applicant’s ties to home country, e.g. verification from applicant’s employer.
  • A police report showing the traveler does not have a criminal record.
  • Medical Insurance.
  • Documentation confirming the purpose of travel.
  • Copy of travel itinerary.

Types of Philippines Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist Visa 3 - 4 weeks 60 days
Student Visa 3 - 4 weeks Variable

Places in Visas of Philippines Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Tourist Visa Not available
Student Visa Not available
Visa Not available
Visa Not available

FAQs about Places in Visas of Philippines

Is Philippines safe for tourists? ?

Like many other countries, the Philippines has places where more violence tends to occur and also areas that are generally considered safe.

What is the best time of the year to travel to the Philippines? ?

Temperatures are high during March and April, so it's best to travel during the cooler months of December to February.

Is Zika in the Philippines? ?

A study suggested that the Philippines is vulnerable to a Zika outbreak because of its limited health resources. As of February 2017, there are 57 Zika cases recorded in the Philippines, including seven cases involving pregnant women.

Is it expensive to live in the Philippines? ?

Rent and utilities can be exceptionally cheap in the Philippines. According to the international price comparison website, rent for a centrally located one-bedroom apartment in cities such as Davao City, Baguio and Dumaguete is between $155 and $220 per month on average.

How much is expected in a sponsor account for students Visa to Philippines ?

I would like to apply for a Philippines visa ?

Please I will like to know the documents required to present at the embassy ?

What did I need to be granted visa ?

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I want to travel to phillipine I want to know the requirements ?

Please what is the total cost of traveling from Nigeria to Philippines and all that is required? ?

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I’m inviting my Nigerian fiancée to come to the Philippines for a week visit only, is visa now available? I’m expecting him to come by later of May 2021 . ?

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What kind of visa should someone who wants to marry in the Philippines apply for? ?

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Do I need an invitation from the family I am going to visit in Philippines. ?

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Am Nigerian but am not living in Nigeria Am right now living at saudi arebia. Can I process through your embassy located at saudi? ?

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4 Visas of Philippines found

Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Philippines
Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Philippines

Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Philippines

Visas of Philippines, Visa, Tourist visa



This type of visa is delivered to applicants who want to visit the Philippines for tourism. The Philippines tourist visa is normally processed under 10 business days, but in some cases could extend up to 4 weeks. Visa applicants are strongly advised to finalize their flight booking only after the visa is granted. The embassy will not hasten the visa processing to accommodate the applicant’s flight schedule. Processing of visa could be faster if the applicant’s country has an existing visa agreement with the Philippines. Please note that no refund of the visa application fee will be made if the application if denied or the visa is approved after the applicant’s scheduled departure date. Applicants are not allowed to work or study on this visa. Prepare to leave the country within the time allowed by the visa; overstaying is an offense. Application for a tourist visa must be made in person. In the case of a minor under eighteen (18) years of age, the application may be made for him by a person who, in the opinion of the consular officer, is responsible for his/her welfare. The minor, not an infant in arms, shall be required to appear at the Consulate for interview, together with the person making the application for him/her. Visa applications should normally be made at the Philippine Embassy or Consulate that has jurisdiction over their place of residence. While some visa applicants may apply at any Philippine Embassy or Consulate abroad, others are only allowed to apply his/her visa at the Philippine Embassy or Consulate in his country of origin or legal residence. The following requirements must be submitted when applying for this type of visa: Completely filled up application form. Application forms that are incompletely filled-out will be returned to the applicant. Original and photocopy of the passport with a validity that must extend at least six (6) months beyond the length of proposed stay in the Philippines. One 2″ x 2″ size photograph taken within the last six (6) months. The applicant’s signature must be affixed on the front side of the picture. A photocopy of the applicant’s round trip flight itinerary to his/her country of origin or flight itinerary to his/her next country of destination. Proof of financial capacity (e.g. latest print-out of credit card account(s), latest print-out of bank statements, ownership of real estate properties, and other documents showing the applicant’s capacity to financially support their selves during the stay in the Philippines. You will need more than one type of proof of financial capacity.

Student Visa from Nigeria to Philippines
Student Visa from Nigeria to Philippines

Student Visa from Nigeria to Philippines

Visas of Philippines, Visa, Student visa



This visa is issued to those visiting the Philippines for the purpose of study. A Student Visa is necessary if a foreign national, 18 years old and above, intends to take up a course higher than high school in the Philippines. Furthermore, he/she has to have sufficient means of support for education in the Philippines. Only selected schools accredited by the Bureau of Immigration (BI) may accept and enroll foreign students. Only then may the foreign student apply for a Student Visa. The student visa applicant must be at least eighteen (18) years old and only seeking to enter the Philippines for the sole purpose of taking up a course of study in an approved school in the Philippines. A Special Study Permit (SSP) is issued to a foreign national below the age of 18 and/or taking non-degree courses in the Philippines. A SSP is a PERMIT, not a visa. It is issued under the Temporary Visitor’s Visa of a foreign national. The student applicant must first communicate with the school concerned and comply with the school’s institutional requirements. Applicants applying for this visa must appear at the Consulate in person for an interview. A photocopy of the transcript of previous academic records is required. Applicants may need to provide a comprehensive list of all possible contact persons they have in the Philippines. Persons who were previously deported from the Philippines or included in the "blacklist order" of the Department of Foreign Affairs or Bureau of Immigration of the Philippines will not be allowed entry to the Philippines. You will have to submit a copy of your birth certificate for authentication of your age. The Philippines student visa can be extended to cover the entire duration of the study program. For visa extension application, the biometric data previously captured during the visa conversion shall be used in the printing of the renewed ACR I-Card. However, applicants aged ten (10) years and below shall have their image and fingerprint captured every extension of visa. Applicants aged eleven (11) years and above shall have their image and fingerprint captured every after five (5) years.