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Address11th Floor, Ayala Wing, BPI Building
Ayala Avenue Corner Paseo De Roxas 1226
Makati City, Manila
Phonelocal: (02) 816.2836
international: +63.2.816.2836
Faxlocal: (02) 891.6646
international: +63.2.891.6646
HoursMonday to Friday
0800 to 1200 hrs
1330 to 1600 hrs

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Thu, 10 May 2012 10:01 EDT
Good day! i want to ask is scar in lungs allowed in taiwan i want to work in your country..even though no my health in my medical you waive for this..please confirm at tnx..
Thu, 19 Apr 2012 06:11 EDT
true ba pag friday not working day sa brunei embassy
khaliel bajao
Mon, 26 Mar 2012 06:29 EDT
ask ko lng po kung totoo ba n wla n stamp sa passport ng working visa for brunei?
Raymond Mendoza
Thu, 22 Mar 2012 06:24 EDT
tanong ko po kung paano po procedure, requirements at mag kano po processing fee?? direct hired po ako at under processing pa po ang visa ko sabi ng employer ko. thank you po. inaasahan ko po ang inyong pagsagot.
Thu, 8 Mar 2012 11:29 EST
staff/employee of brunei embassy in philippines!!!!
the staff/employee of brunei embassy in philippines doesn't have consideration to their applicant.they don't care where all those applicant came from.all they know is pabalikin everyday ang applicant nila dahil kinulang lang ng photo copy ng isang page the passport.hindi nila maconsider ung ilang minuto na ipapaxerox lang ung page na kulang para maprocess na yung paper.ang alam nilang sabihin is comeback if sila ang nagbibigay ng pamasahe ng applicant nila na galing pa ng province at ung embassy lang ang sinadya sa manila!tapos pababalikin nila ng next day para lang sa isang page ng passport na hindi na photocopy!!!!ganyan ba talaga ang dapat na attitude nila sa mga applicant nila???na hindi na nila maaantay ung 5mins para maxerox ung kinulang na page requirement sa passport!!!!SANA MAGKAROON KAYO NG CONSIDERATION SA MGA APPLICANT NINYO DAHIL HINDI GALING SA MAKATI UNG MGA NAG AAPPLY NG VISA!!!!!
Tue, 6 Mar 2012 03:05 EST
sir,ma'am,ask lang po ako kung papaano po mag apply ang nurses papuntang brunei?salamat po..
Ilyne Guinez
Wed, 29 Feb 2012 06:38 EST
san ko po puydi e send yong visa ng katulong ko?
romeo dino bon
Thu, 23 Feb 2012 00:18 EST
hi sir magtatanong lang po ako if saan po malapit na pwedeng magpamedical papunta po ako brunie..thanks po
Mon, 13 Feb 2012 06:36 EST
maam we ask about how to prosees the ducument going to brunei.wich first of thise ?going to poea?or going first to your office maan?thanks
Sat, 11 Feb 2012 09:55 EST
i just wanna ask when doing sponsor letter approved by national registration through magistrate court and authenticated by philippine embassy in brunei,IF THERE IS A FRAME OF TIME OR EXPIRY OF SPONSOR LETTER? i have complete documents and sponsor letter already to my wife last AUGUST 2011, she apply there SEPETEMBER 2011 but my employment pass were going to expire on DECEMBER 2011, your office told her that you can give 14 days only for visit and not 3 months. So i have to wait for the new pass and i'm glad the immigration give me a new pass until DECEMBER 2012. But there is a new problem, the passport of my wife will be expire this JUNE 2012 (less than 6 months), so she renew her passport and by MARCH (next month), she will apply again for tourist visa. Hope you can help me,if i can still avail the sponsor of my wife? thanks

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