Philippines Visa Services

Visa Type: offers professional assistance and consultancy support for various types of visas to the Philippines, including Tourist, Business, Student, and more.

Visa Procedure (Tourist & Business):

All visa applications for the Philippines are processed by the Philippines Embassy in Dhaka. To apply for a visa, applicants are required to submit the necessary documents through authorized and accredited agencies.

Embassy of the Philippines:

Embassy of the Philippines, Road no. 14, House no. 10 , Baridhara Diplomatic Zone, Dhaka
Tel: (+880-2) 41080901 - 06
Mob: (+880) 1915477731

Application Submission: Sunday to Thursday: 09:00 to 12:00
Passport Collection: Sunday to Thursday: 14.00 to 16.00


Requirements (Tourist & Business):

Personal Documents Required:

·         Duly filled and signed visa application form.

·         Current passport with a minimum validity of 6 months from the planned date of return, and at least two blank pages for visa stamp.

·         Two recent color photographs (size: 2 X 2 inches) with a white background.

·         Birth certificate or National ID (NID) copy.

·         Visa request letter.

·         For minor applicants:

  ·        Birth certificate

  ·         Marriage certificate of parents.

   ·        Copy of parents' passports.

·         For applicants married to a Filipino:

·         Invitation letter from the spouse.

·          Copy of spouse's passport.

Professional Documents Required:

For Business Person:

·         Trade license (renewal) for proprietorship, partnership, and limited company.

·         2 business cards.

·         Additional documents for partnership: Copy of the business agreement/deed.

·         Additional documents for the limited company: Copy of the Memorandum of Article.

·         Company letter including the purpose of travel to the Philippines (if for business visit).

For Employee:

·         Original No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the employer, including the following information:

·         Company address, telephone, and fax number.

·         Name and position of the countersigning officer in the company.

·         Name and position of the applicant, number of years of service.

·         2 visiting cards.

For Student:

·         Copy of student ID.


Financial Documents Required:

·         Bank statement and solvency certificate (original with bank seal and signature) for the last 6 months for both personal and company (if applicable) or proof of financial support by the sponsor.

·         Any other assets or ownership documents.

·         Copy of income tax certificate from the previous year or E-TIN certificate copy.

Travel Documents Required:

·         Round-trip airline ticket.

·         Confirmed hotel accommodation.

·         Travel itinerary.

Overseas Documents Required:

For Tourist Purpose:

·         If available, an invitation letter stating the address in the Philippines.

·         Evidence of the inviter's passport and their status in the Philippines (if available).


For Business Visit:

·         Invitation addressed to the Philippine Embassy and the applicant from the Philippines.

·         Registration documents of the applicant's business and the sponsor's business.

To attend meetings/seminars and study tours in the Philippines:

·         Authenticated registration of the inviting organization.

Visa Fee & Service Charge:

·         Embassy visa fee, including a service charge of TK 6,500 from (additional charges may apply for notary and translation services if needed).


Processing Time:

·         Embassy & nariatravels

·      processing time: Up to 15 Working Days after the date of submission.


Interview of Visa Applicants:

·         If an interview is required, the Embassy will contact the visa applicant within five (5) working days after the submission of the application. The applicant will be provided with the date and time of the interview.

·         On the scheduled interview day, the visa applicant should proceed to Gate No. 1 and must bring the following:

·         A valid ID to be presented to the guard.

·         Documents required for the interview.

·         Please note that applicants are not allowed to bring any bags inside the premises.

·         After the interview, the applicant will be escorted by the guard to leave the premises.

Visa requirements for holders of diplomatic and official passports/government officials traveling to the Philippines:

·         Accomplished Application for Philippine Visa form (click here to download the form)

·         Note Verbal from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

·         Passport valid for not less than six (6) months after a sojourn in the Philippines

·         Two copies of 2 x 2 recent photographs

·         Visa fee: GRATIS


Visa requirements for Bangladeshi nationals - holders of diplomatic and official passports

·         Bangladeshi nationals who are holders of valid diplomatic or special passports may enter the Philippines without entry visas and stay for thirty (30) days.

·         Bangladeshi nationals who are holders of valid diplomatic or special passports on assignment in the Philippines may stay without visas for entry only for thirty (30) days and are required to obtain an appropriate 9(e) visa and other necessary accreditation from the DFA within thirty (30) days.


· provides only consultancy services and doesn’t provide any guarantee for a visa.

·         File processing for a visa will start only after receiving all necessary documents.

·         Processing time, requirements, and fees are subject to change by the Embassy without any prior notice.

·         The embassy reserves all the rights to ask for any additional documents with the above-mentioned checklist.


·         All Bangla documents must be translated into English and notarized



The Philippines is a Southeast Asian archipelago in the Western Pacific, consisting of over 7,000 islands. Its vibrant capital, Manila, is renowned for its picturesque waterfront promenade and the historic Chinatown district of Binondo. Intramuros, a fortified city from the colonial era, stands at the core of Old Manila. Within its walls, visitors can explore the magnificent San Agustin Church, a stunning example of baroque architecture dating back to the 17th century. Adjacent to it is Fort Santiago, a notable citadel and former military prison with a rich history. 

Continent : Asia
Capital : Manila
Official Language : English, Filipino
Currency : Philippine peso
Local Time : GMT +8
Exchange Rate : 1.60 Bangladeshi Taka
Dialing Code : +63
Weekend Days : Saturday & Sunday
Population : 100.7 million (2015)
Area : 115,831 mi²
: 97.5%
: Roman Catholic
: The Climate of the Philippines is either tropical rainforest, tropical savanna or tropical monsoon, or humid subtropical (in higher-altitude areas) characterized by relatively high temperature, oppressive humidity and plenty of rainfall.
Prime Minister / President / King
: Rodrigo Duterte
: Manila, Boracay, Cebu, Bohol, Davao, Baguio, El Nido, Palawan, Tagaytay
Points of Interest
: Boracay, Chocolate Hills, Taal Volcano, San Agustin Church, Mayon, Banaue Rice Terraces, Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, Corregidor, Manila Bay, Rizal Park, Mactan, Malapascua, Mount Pinatubo, Siargao, Subic Bay, Honda Bay, Basilica del Santo Niño, Mount Apo, Manila Ocean Park, Hinatuan Enchanted River, Fort Santiago, Quiapo Church, Villa Escudero, Coron Island, Hundred Islands National Park, Manila Cathedral, SM Mall of Asia, Mines View Park, Enchanted Kingdom, Magellan's Cross, Burnham Park, Sky Fun, Manila Zoo
What is the validity period of a Philippines visa for Bangladeshi citizens?
The validity period of a Philippines visa for Bangladeshi citizens can vary depending on the type of visa applied for. Tourist visas are typically issued for a single entry and have a validity period of 3 months from the date of issue. Business visas, on the other hand, can have varying validity periods, ranging from 3 months to 1 year or more, depending on the purpose and duration of the business activities. It is important to check the specific visa requirements and validity period for the visa category you are applying for, as they can differ based on individual circumstances.
Can I extend my Philippines visa while I am in the country?
Yes, it is possible to extend your Philippines visa while you are in the country. If you wish to extend your stay beyond the initial visa validity period, you will need to visit the Bureau of Immigration in the Philippines and submit an application for a visa extension. The extension will be subject to the approval of the immigration authorities and may require additional documentation or fees. It is advisable to initiate the visa extension process well before your current visa expires to avoid any issues or penalties.
Can I work in the Philippines with a tourist visa from Bangladesh?
No, it is not permitted to work in the Philippines with a tourist visa. The tourist visa is intended for leisure and short-term visits, and employment is strictly prohibited. If you wish to work in the Philippines, you will need to apply for an appropriate work visa or permit, such as an Employment Visa or a Special Work Permit (SWP). These visas require sponsorship from a Philippine employer or a company that is authorized to employ foreign workers. It is important to follow the proper procedures and obtain the necessary work authorization before engaging in any employment activities in the country.
Are there any specific health requirements for traveling to the Philippines from Bangladesh?
As travel requirements and regulations can change, especially in light of public health concerns, it is essential to check the latest information before traveling. It is advisable to visit the official website of the Philippine Embassy or Consulate in Bangladesh or consult with the appropriate authorities to get the most up-to-date information regarding health requirements. This may include information on vaccinations, medical certificates, or any specific measures related to public health emergencies. Additionally, it is recommended to have travel insurance that covers medical expenses during your trip.
How long does it usually take to process a Philippines visa application from Bangladesh?
The processing time for a Philippines visa application from Bangladesh can vary depending on several factors, including the type of visa, the completeness of the application, and the workload of the Philippine Embassy or Consulate. Typically, it can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks for the visa application to be processed. It is advisable to apply well in advance of your intended travel dates to allow for sufficient processing time. It is also recommended to check the official website of the Philippine Embassy or Consulate in Bangladesh for any specific guidelines or processing time estimates related to visa applications.



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