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Foreigners Working In The Philippines. "The Facts"


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I met a guy who became very jaded on the Philippines through his experience of yearly updating his work permit.

 

I only went for holidays. You can retire very early there. I think you can go there on a retirement visa from about 50 years old. If you are a digital nomad that could work for you.

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This is where catch 22 comes in 

They won't employ you without a working visa but you can't get a working visa unless you have a job or even job offer & willing to pay for the visa 

Plus many companies will purely only employ Filipinos now 

Some people willing to take a lower salary for the lifestyle (unless a 9g visa)  which you would have thought would help the people & the Economy with their experience & knowledge but obviously not 

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On 10/11/2021 at 9:20 PM, theswoop said:

I met a guy who became very jaded on the Philippines through his experience of yearly updating his work permit.

 

I only went for holidays. You can retire very early there. I think you can go there on a retirement visa from about 50 years old. If you are a digital nomad that could work for you.

You can retire there from age 35 already.

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