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Company Formation and 9g visa

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Hi Guys I wanted to find out how much the formation of a company doing 100% export business should cost along with the price of a 9g Visa.

 

I've had some quotes but I'm trying to be diligent as I don't want to get ripped off.

Thanks

Max

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A 9G is a "pre-arranged employee" visa.  It is applied for by the employer.  This does not sound like the visa you would need.  Just my opinion of course, I am no expert on immigration.  I have no idea what would be required to set up an export business.  That being said, I would be suspect if the same person who advised you to get a 9G visa is giving you advice on how to set up the corporation.  Here in the Philippines; "I can do that", does not necessarily mean "I know how to do that and have experience doing that."  :whistling:

http://immigration.gov.ph/visa-requirements/non-immigrant-visa/pre-arranged-employment-visa

CONVERSION TO PRE-ARRANGED EMPLOYEE VISA (COMMERCIAL)

Who can apply?

Foreign nationals who are proceeding to Philippines to engage in any lawful occupation, whether for wages or salary or other forms of compensation

Where to apply?

BI Main Office

Other Immigration Offices (Click here to see the list of offices authorized to process this transaction)

What to bring?

1. Checklist with complete documentary requirements

2. Application Form

3. Additional Information on Applicant's children  (if needed)

4. Notarized Certification of Number of Foreign and Filipino Employees

How to apply?

  1. Secure the CGAF from either at the Public Information and Assistance Unit (PIAU) at BI G/F Main Office or from the official BI Website.

  2. Submit the documents for pre-screening to the Central Receiving Unit (CRU) or to the frontline officer or staff of other Immigration Offices able to process this transaction.

  3. Pay the required fees.

  4. Submit copy of Official Receipt.

  5. Attend hearing.

  6. Proceed to Image and Fingerprint Capturing Counter of the Alien Registration Division (ARD) and submit requirements for ACR I-Card application

  7. Check website if visa application is already approved.

  8. If approved, submit passport for visa implementation.

  9. If ACR I-Card is approved, claim ACR I-Card.

How much does it cost?

Non-Top 1,000 Corporations

VALIDITY

PRINCIPAL

DEP-SPOUSE

DEP-B16

DEP-B14

1 Year

Php 10,130.00

Php 8,120.00

Php 7,870.00

Php 7,370.00

2 Years

Php 17,170.00

Php 13,960.00

Php 13,710.00

Php 13,210.00

3 Years

Php 24,210.00

Php 19,800.00

Php 19,550.00

Php 19,050.00

Additional Fee for ACR I-Card

1 Year - + US $50

2 Years - + US $100

3 Years - + US $150

*Fees are updated as of 06 March 2014 and may change without prior notice.

 

Top 1,000 Corporations

VALIDITY

PRINCIPAL

DEP-SPOUSE

DEP-B16

DEP-B14

1 Year

Php 10,630.00

Php 8,620.00

Php 8,370.00

Php 7,870.00

2 Years

Php 18,170.00

Php 14,960.00

Php 14,710.00

Php 14,210.00

3 Years

Php 25,710.00

Php 21,300.00

Php 21,050.00

Php 20,550.00

Additional Fee for ACR I-Card

1 Year - + US $50

2 Years - + US $100

3 Years - + US $150

*Fees are updated as of 06 March 2014 and may change without prior notice.

 

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