9G Commercial and Missionary Visa in the Philippines

9(G) PRE-ARRANGED EMPLOYEES

Procedures in the Processing of Applications for Change of Immigration Status from Temporary Visitor and Issuance of Pre-Arranged Employee-Missionary Visa under Section 9(g).

All applications for change of immigration status from temporary visitor to that of a Pre-Arranged Employee-Missionary visa shall observe the following procedures, to wit:

1.Filing of the application duly supported by the documentary requirements enumerated above and a quick review of their completeness;
2.ICT-aided verification of travel and derogatory records, assessment of filing and other fees as well as the generation of the Order of Payment Slip (OPS), assignment/raffle of application to hearing officer, generation of Notice of Hearing indicating the tentative dates of BOC deliberation over the application;
3.Releasing of the OPS and Notice of Hearing to the applicant;
4.Payment to collecting officer and issuance of the Official Receipt (OR) evidencing payment of the required fees;
5.Evaluation and preparation of the Hearing Officer’s recommendation;
6.BOC Deliberation;
7.Updating of records, preparation of Notice of BOC Action, and generation of assessment for implementation and other fees;
8.Transmittal of Notice and Assessment;
9.Payment to collecting officer and the issuance of the Official Receipt evidencing payment thereof;
10.Receiving of Passport for purposes of Visa Implementation and the releasing thereof; and
11.Documents archiving.
Common Procedures in the Processing of Applications for Visa Extension under Sections 13a in relation to LOI#33, Section 9d, Section 9g (Commercial) and Section 9g (Missionary).

Applications for extension of visa under Section 13a, 9d, and 9g (Commercial and Missionary) shall observe the following procedures, to wit:

1.Receiving of application with complete documentary requirements;
2.Verification of travel and derogatory records, assessment of filing, implementation and other fees and generation of Order of Payment Slip;
3.Releasing of OPS to applicant;
4.Payment to collecting officer and issuance of Official receipt;
5.Generation of Order of extension and approval of the Commissioner;
6.Updating of records;
7.Visa implementation and release; and
8.Document archiving.
Checklist of Requirements for Pre-Arranged Employee – Commercial

1.Duly notarized letter request from the petitioner-organization;
2.General Application Form duly accomplished and notarized (BI Form No. MCL-07-01);
3.Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) certified true copy of Alien Employment Permit (AEP);
4.Bureau of Immigration (BI) Clearance Certificate; and
5.Plain photocopy of the applicant’s passport showing admission and authorized stay.
If in the application, the applicant is joined by his/her spouse and unmarried minor children:

1.Copy of marriage contract of applicant and spouse and/or birth certificate of minor unmarried children, NSO-certified or authenticated by the Philippine embassy/consulate in or nearest the place where marriage was solemnized or place of birth, with English translation if written in other foreign language, as the case may be; and
2.Plain photocopies of their respective passports.
Checklist of Requirements for Pre-Arranged Employee – Missionary

1.Duly notarized letter request from the petitioner-organization with information of applicant’s place of assignment;
2.General application form duly accomplished and notarized (BI Form No. MCL-07-01);
3.Certified true copy of SEC Certificate of Registration, Articles of Incorporation and By-laws of petitioner;
4.Certified true copy of missionary credentials;
5.Bureau of Immigration (BI) Clearance Certificate; and
6.Plain photocopy of the applicant’s passport showing admission status and authorized stay
If in the application, the applicant is joined by his/her spouse and unmarried minor children:

1.Copy of marriage contract of applicant and spouse and/or birth certificate of minor unmarried children, NSO-certified or authenticated by the Philippine embassy/consulate in or nearest the place where marriage was solemnized or place of birth, with English translation if written in other foreign language, as the case may be; and
2.Plain photocopies of their respective passports.

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