She is apparently trying to apply for a working visa. I feel helpless to stop my son from making a huge mistake. Only in the Philippines is she stopped at the boarding gate and told that she must obtain a certified affidavit from the Philippine Embassy in India, some 1,500 km away from me, before she can enter the country!! The airplane company voided the plane tickets and refuses to give me a refund, because "it wasn't their fault." Now I am literally forced to hire a local Indian, which absolutely sucks. Is it possible for him to travel without any hassle given that his documents such as Visa and ticket are linked to his old passport and is now having a renewed one? I have my step dad sponsoring my Visa, he's not a Filipino.
Is there any other paper requirements that will be needed before I could travel.
Can i tell them that i am a previous government employee?
What is the best answer so that i will not be off loaded? When I fill out the departure form, should I tick the "Tourism/pleasure"' box or "visiting family/friends".
Since she is travelling with me, do I still need to get that affidavit or she'll be exempted??
Where can we find the official instruction from Phil. Hello I am a passenger bound for Singapore and I was offloaded because I cannot present a travel order from my agency (I'm a government employee) this is my first time to travel abroad and I am not aware of such. All expenses is paid by my bf who currently working in Iraq!!
I started to cry begging if I can do anything about it and told her how much money I invested in this trip how much savings will go to waste but she just continue to do her thing and she cant look me in the eyes.
She then gave me other options so I can go through next time around, well tell you what, she said my company id is fake and if I want to go I'll just apply for working visa WTFFFF IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE I cant stop crying until now 😞😞😞😞 I am not from the Philippines but in my country we would not stand for this.
by Zarlaeia Villanueva (Dubai UAE) Is it really true that a person who is holding a visit visa departing from philippines requires to get an affidavit of support from sponsor and notarized with red ribbon???
My mother is going to Dubai with me (the sponsor) and my daughter on visit visa this coming October. I would like to address my concern regarding the travel documents of my husband who will be coming here, his passport will be expired 7 months from now and i'd overseen this while i am processing his papers.
Is it really true that a person who is holding a visit visa departing from Philippines requires to get an affidavit of support from sponsor and notarized with red ribbon???