SPECIAL VISA FOR EMPLOYMENT GENERATION (SVEG)

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A qualified non-immigrant foreigner who shall actually employ at least ten (10) Filipinos in a lawful and sustainable enterprise, trade or industry can apply for SPECIAL VISA FOR EMPLOYMENT GENERATION (SVEG).

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DURATION

12 months

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CITIZENSHIP

120 Month(s)

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FEES

560

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P. RESIDENCY

N/A

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COMPLEXITY

Low

Eligibility Requirements for the SPECIAL VISA FOR EMPLOYMENT GENERATION (SVEG)

7 Eligibility Requirements

  • You need a valid passport.
  • You need an Alien Employment Permit (AEP) issued by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) (If applicable).
  • You need Valid Medical Certificate from the Bureau of Quarantine.
  • You need to employ 10 Filipino in a lawful and sustainable enterprise, trade or industry.
  • You need clearance from National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).
  • You need valid travel insurance.

Document Requirements for the SPECIAL VISA FOR EMPLOYMENT GENERATION (SVEG)

10 Document Required

  • Letter request addressed to the Commissioner from the applicant with statements of taking 10 full time Filipino as employees.
  • Duly accomplished CGAF (BI Form CGAF-002-Rev 3).
  • Photocopy of passport bio-page and latest admission with valid authorized stay.
  • For Single Proprietorship, photocopy of Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Certificate of Registration of Business Name.
  • Certified true copy of the Alien Employment Permit (AEP) issued by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) if the applicant foreign national is elected or appointed to occupy a position in the company.
  • DOLE Certification that the applicant’s business Filipino workers on a regular basis.
  • Valid Medical Certificate from the Bureau of Quarantine; 9. Sworn statement by the applicant certifying: a. The names and addresses of the Filipino b. That he/she undertakes to pay PhilHealth and SSS contributions; c. That no employee is receiving salary below the minimum wage; 10.Valid National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance, if application is filed six (6) months or more fr in the Philippines; and 11.BI Clearance Certificate; Checklist of Documentary Requirements for 1. Duly accomplished CGAF (BI Form CGAF 2. Photocopy of passport bio-page and latest admission with valid authorized stay; 3. Proof of filiation with the petitioner; and 4. BI Clearance Certificate. [To be filled out by Authorized BI Personnel Only] This is to certify that the documents submitted in support of the application of ___________________________________________________ ______________________________ are complete and in accordance with the provided checklist. Central Receiving Unit Evaluator: ________________________ Signature over Printed Name Note: Submission of additional supporting documents may be required by the Bureau for further verification and evaluation of 026-Rev 1 This document may be reproduced and is CONVERSION TO SPECIAL VISA FOR EMPLOYMENT GENERATION Website: www.immigration.gov.ph E-mail: [email protected] Facebook: officialbureauofimmigration Twitter: immigrationPH G E N E R A L I N S T R U C T I O N S To avoid summary dismissal/delay in the processing of your application/petition, please be advised of the following: Enter legibly all the information required into the appropriate spaces on the form. If the information required is not appli “N/A”. Do not leave any item blank. Your answers must be in English and all entries must be in CAPITAL LETTER The CGAF must be accomplished in two (2) ORIGINAL copies. The first copy shall be submitted together with all the documents pertaining to this application and the second copy is intended for application of Alien Certifi All documents required for submission must be complied with, arranged in the order as listed in the Checklist of Documentary Requirements (CDR), compiled in a legal size (8½ x 14 in.) folder and shall be submitted within the prescribed period, if applicable. All sworn statements or affidavits must be original and duly notarized. All civil registry documents issued in the Philippines (i.e. Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Death Certificate, etc.) must be original and issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA). All foreign documents must be original and authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post (FSP), which has jurisdiction nce, or by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) if said document is issued by the local Embassy in the Philippines, with English translation if written in other foreign language. If the application is filed by an authorized representative, attach a photocopy of the Bureau of Immigration (BI) Accreditation Identification (ID) Certificate or an original Special Power of Attorney (SPA) for EACH applicant with a photocopy of a valid government applicant must be submitted to the Central Receiving Unit (CRU) personnel or concerned frontline officer for scanning. Thereafter, it shall be returned. If the applicant is joined by his/her spouse and/or unmarried child(ren) below twentyEACH dependent. The applicant and/or petitioner must always bring his/her original passport and/or valid ID (if Filipino) upon evaluation or CHECKLIST OF DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS FOR CONVERSION TO SPECIAL VISA FOR EMPLOYMENT GENERATION (SVEG) stated General Instructions before proceeding with the completion of the documentary requirements. Letter request addressed to the Commissioner from the applicant with statements that: He/she undertakes the generation of employment of at least ten (10) full time Filipino workers or employees on a regular In case of rehabilitation, his/her investment intended for rehabilitation of a business activity, investment, enterprise or industry enabled the retention of at least ten (10) Filipino workers or employees on a regular basis, and without said investment, existing workers or employees would suffer loss of employment; hed CGAF (BI Form CGAF-002-Rev 3); page and latest admission with valid authorized stay; For Corporations or Partnerships, photocopies of the following: Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Certificate of Registration; Articles of Incorporation; General Information Sheet (GIS) for the current year stamped received by the SEC; For Single Proprietorships, photocopy of Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Certificate of Registration of Business Name; true copy of the Alien Employment Permit (AEP) issued by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) if the applicant foreign national is elected or appointed to occupy a position in the company; DOLE Certification that the applicant’s business activity, investment, enterprise or industry has employed at least ten (10) Filipino workers on a regular basis; Valid Medical Certificate from the Bureau of Quarantine.
  • Sworn statement by the applicant certifying address and details of employees.
  • Valid National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance, if the application is filed 6 months or more fr in the Philippines.
  • BI Clearance Certificate.

Talent Migration data for Philippines

Talent gain & drain map of 2015-2019 data. Sourced from World Bank Digital Development Data.

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