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Nepalese flag Honorary Consulate of Nepal in Manila

Honorary ConsulJose Paulo E. Campos
Address8/F, Pearl Manila Hotel Bldg
1155 Gen Luna Street
Ermita, Manila 1000
Philippines
Phonelocal: (02) 523.4684
international: +63.2.523.4684
Emailjpec@eac.edu.ph
Hours8:30am - 4pm Mondays to Fridays

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Elson
Mon, 21 Jan 2013 04:25 EST
Nepalese national to work in the Philippines
Good day, what are the process and documents required for a Nepalese national to work in the Phillipines?

likewise his contract will be a year and it is renewable with consent.

anticipating for your feebback, please email me in this add for yur response: etnbugas@daelim.co.kr

Thanks and be well,
roquefern_10@yahoo.com
Sun, 20 Jan 2013 17:18 EST
hi!!my boyfriend was nepali,i want to go nepal,i want to travel from qatar to nepal!!!can i go nepal without visa?!!!if no,how can i get visa?!!and how much pls.help me!!!thank you for your concern!!!
ram chandra
Sat, 29 Dec 2012 03:51 EST
visa for phillipines
hi good morning its me ram chandra working in ksa and i am married already but devorced also now i have philipina girl friend and shse is in phillipines i want go phillipines to meet her and i want get married there do i need any documnets and do i have to submit or no? more over there is no issue from my company to go phillipines as vacation waiting your usual support and feed back
Milkos Michael M. Martinez
Sun, 2 Dec 2012 21:30 EST
Total Registered Nepali in the Philippines
To Hon. Consul Jesus Zulueta Jr.

Sir,

I would like to inquire your valued office if has the data of total registered Nepali resides in the Philippines please.

Hope to hear from you the soonest time possible.

Thanks.

Best regards,
Milkos Michael M. Martinez
Bikram
Sun, 2 Dec 2012 05:06 EST
HELLO
I don't know why!!! people keep on asking same question over and over again. Please read following detail and comment from me/other people regarding the documents.
If you got any other problems please do ask.
emano
Fri, 16 Nov 2012 08:09 EST
hello
i will visit to nepal im a pilipino girl what i needed documents to travel nepal no need visa and how much money can i show them
honey
Fri, 16 Nov 2012 07:55 EST
hi im pilpina
my question is i have a fiancee in nepal i will visit to my boy freind nepal next year 2013 i would like to know what documents can i provide
Bikram
Mon, 12 Nov 2012 10:20 EST
Reply to Mary
Hi, Well as far i know he can't because there is no Nepali embassy in Philippines. The nearest he can go is Thailand or Malaysia.
Mary
Sun, 11 Nov 2012 15:38 EST
Renew Passport in Embassy of Nepal in Manila
Hi! I am Filipina and my husband Nepalese took vacation here in Philippines. The problem is passport going to expired. Can he renew his passport in their embassy of Nepal here in Manila? Please help..... Thanks in advance.
Shen
Sun, 21 Oct 2012 21:45 EDT
Hi again!
Hi! I inquire in the travel agent about traveling Manila to nepal, I ask them l want to book open ticket return to Manila as I'm not sure how long I will be stay to my bf place? They told me after arrival in Nepal I need to call the airline to change my return ticket to open ticket? But how? Is possible I can change my ticket to open ticket to in Nepal? Please help? And please can you advice me what cheap airline to get Manila to katmandu? And what the best place to stop over then katmandu? Thanks alot!!!!:)

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