Working in the Philippines
  • Office of the Spanish Ministry of Employment and Social Security in the Philippines
  • Different types of residence and work visas
  • Working conditions in the Philippines
  • Scholarships and job opportunities. Employment agencies.
  • Returning to Spain
  • Other Links: Portal de los jóvenes españoles en el exterior. Spanish Commercial Office in the Philippines. Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines.
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  • Office of Spanish Ministry of Employment and Social Security in the Philippines   
    There is no office of the Spanish Ministry of Employment and Social Security in the Philippines.     
    The  Agreement on Social Security between Spain and the Philippines entered into force on August 1, 2012.  Since there are no representatives of the Spanish Ministry of Employment and Social Security in the Embassy of Spain, any further inquiries about this subject may be sent to the Consulate General of Spain in Manila (con.manila@maec.es) for its remittance to the Ministry of Employment and Security in Spain.  
             Related links:
                  - Bilateral Agreements between Spain and the Philippines
                  - Portal para la Ciudadanía Española en el Exterior
 
  • Residence and Work visas
           - Link to the different types of  RESIDENCE visas in the Philippines
           - WORK visas:
              a) General classification: 9A to G visas
              b) Special Visa for foreign personnel
              c) Business visas: as a trader 
                                         as an employee             
              d) Special Work Permit for musical artists/performers
              e) Special Work Permit for temporary worker
              f) Pre-arranged employee as missionary
       
            For more information, you may consult the website of the Bureau of Immigration.
  • Working conditions in the Philippines
             - Department of Labor and Employment of the Philippines -DOLE         
             - Labor Code of the Philippines
  • Scholarships and job opportunities. Employment agencies.
            Scholarships and job practicum are organized and managed by the different universities in the country, or by private companies and foundations.  
 
           There is no goverment employment agency in the Philippines.  There are several private agencies, but they cater mostly to Filipinos who wish to work abroad. For job opportunities in the country, you may consult the following websites:                Spanish Chamber of Commerce (job opportunities)
                              Job Street Philippines
                              Job Finder Philippines
                              Trabaho.com             
  • Returning to Spain
          The Ministry of Employment and Social Security in Spain has published a guide for Spanish immigrants who, after living for several years outside Spain, decide to go back to their country of origin. (Download the guide.)
    
          For a more complete information, you may consult the website of the Ministry of Employment and Social Security (Oficina de Retorno) of Spain.
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