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Address26th Floor, Equitable Bank Tower
8751 Paseo de Roxas
Makati City, Metro Manila
Philippines
Phonelocal: (02) 786.6666
international: +63.2.786.6666
Visas & Consularlocal: (02) 786.6655
international: +63.2.786.6655
Faxlocal: (02) 786.6600
international: +63.2.786.6600
Consular Faxlocal: (02) 786.6644
international: +63.2.786.6644
Emailman@minbuza.nl
Web sitehttp://filipijnen.nlambassade.org/
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gvicere@yahoo.com
Fri, 4 Oct 2013 01:51 EDT
apply visa for aupair
hi good day,i just want to ask, im here in denmark now,i am applying a visa to netherlands,my future host family apply my visa in dutch immigration,.but the immigration told me that i need to go home to philippines to pick up mg visa there.what document should i need to the embassy of netherlands in manila?hope to hear your reply....thank you very much...
Melissa
Tue, 17 Sep 2013 21:54 EDT
documents for the stamp of the birth certificate.
Dear Madam/ Sir,
Goede Dag,i am a filipina, i have 2 kids from the Dutch man, and now he lives in holland, we need to put the stamp for the birth certificate of our children for the registration in netherlands. what is the requirements that are needed? and what will be the cost? your answers would be much help. thank you very much!
ms_murillo@yahoo.com.ph
Christy Lofranco
Mon, 16 Sep 2013 15:49 EDT
Fiancee Visa
Hello.My fiance is from Groningen and were planning to get married next yr in Holland.What are the req for it.Thanks
jhannah
Sun, 8 Sep 2013 05:47 EDT
my boyfriend is live in poland..he wants me to go poland..how should i do i mean requirements?how to apply a visa faster?
..please help me..thanks
tasha
Thu, 5 Sep 2013 00:31 EDT
hi cheery
is this your first time visit? heres the requirements in ur bf part he should send you a 1. proof of sponsorship which he gets it in his dutch city hall where ur bf live 2. letter of invitation frm your bf also with signature 3. dutch id , passport 4. 3 consecutive pay slip frm your bf if he is working in government if he is retired or a business man he submit 3 consecutive bank statement from his bank ... this is the 4 major requirements from him he need to send it my courier to you all will be original copy .. this is requirements on your behalf also .....1. fill in the form found in online 2. If ever you have a bank then you need to ask your 3 consecutive bank statement ex. jan-feb and march (you need to proof that you need to go back to philippines u have a lot of chances ) 3. if you had a business in philippines you can bring your DTI or business permit original ( you had chances to be approved if u had one )4. passport ..this much all requirements you need to be ready before calling dutch embassy for appointment schedule ....when in time of interview if you got lucky then they well ask you to sumbit the lacking requirements which is your MEDICAL INSURANCE AND BOOKING TICKET this should come at the end ....THANKS I HOPE IT WOULD HELP CHERRY
Angel C. Cruz
Wed, 28 Aug 2013 22:25 EDT
how can i renew my 3 years multiple entry visa to netherlands
plese help me ,i cant find the right website for renewing my visa
Cherry
Mon, 26 Aug 2013 15:07 EDT
Please Help Me
Greetings in Christ Name!
I have a dutch fiance in Netherlands who is inviting me to visit so we can realize our marriage plan. Its going 5 years relationship, and on December is the month that I will visit for 3 months. What documents I needed to bring in the Manila Dutch Embassy upon interview and what's the next steps afterwards...Thank you so much for your information brigade. God bless!
tasha
Mon, 12 Aug 2013 01:39 EDT
hi
hello guys .. im just passing by this forum ... and i read about your concern .....im filipina too traveling often partly in europe but my passport stamp always frm netherlands which my point of origin and my bf is live there too .... so here is some advice : i send you a link ..to this link is very helpful to your all question http://philippines.nlembassy.org/ all you need is to have patience to read it mostly in visa processing ....you found it there what are your requirements needed to be bring before you have appointment in embassy for an interview (pls note dont purchase ticket just book only ...until you visa approved but you need to be had insurance paid for your entire journey- only your bf will pay for this ) during interview in manila embassy pls be confident to urself so you will be not denied from the embassy ....... thanks ...... just send me email if you hand question ing.rank@yahoo.com
Mellisa
Wed, 17 Jul 2013 06:03 EDT
Requirements need for an invation..
Hi, i am a filipina and my fiance invite me to visit there in holland good for 3months. As being my sponsorship, except for an invation letter from his government,what else document he need? and requirements i need too? thank you so much! and hoping your reply.
genel
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 08:45 EDT
visiting my fiancee who is a dutch citizen
Good day to all. I am a Filipina and My fiancée is a Dutch citizen. I am planning on visiting him by the end of the year and stay there for two months and He's going to send me an invitation. Can you please tell me the exact requirements for the visa and how long would it take for the processing? And how much would it cost? your answers would be pretty much appreciated. Thank you very much. genel.caparino@yahoo.com

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