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Address2268 PARAISO STREET
DAS MARINAS VILLAGE
1222 MAKATI CITY
Metro Manila
Philippines
Phonelocal: (02) 843.9705
international: +63.2.843.9705
Faxlocal: (02) 843.9702
international: +63.2.843.9702
Emailembassy.manila@mfa.gov.tr

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Selma inceoglu
Tue, 23 Aug 2016 06:01 EDT
Getting married
Gunaydin
Merhaba!
ben selam ! I would like to ask what kind of visa are we going to apply because my turkish boyfriend will come here in philippines to pick me going in turkey to get married and live there inshallah.
I hope you will consider this inquiry and reply me soon or pls email me necmi198706@gmail.com
Tesekkur ederim
Aisha Cusay
Mon, 15 Aug 2016 08:33 EDT
hello goodevening my boyfriend want me to go in turkey but we dont know the requirements we must to know the requirements so that we can process immediatley hope u can help us thank you....
Vangie Balita
Fri, 12 Aug 2016 00:18 EDT
Reapplying for online e-visa
Good morning! Firstly, my query is if you have a previously issued E-Visa valid from Aug. 13 until Feb. 2017, can you still apply for a new Turkish visa thru online changing the validity date of the visa to an earlier date, say a day earlier.

Secondly, if I Intend to proceed to Europe with a granted Schengen visa, after my Turkey trip, should my schengen visa be valid also from the date of entry to Turkey, or is it a separate/independent visa that does not cover or concern my trip to Europe for as long as I have a valid approved schengen visa. Thanks.
fe manzano
Mon, 8 Aug 2016 23:52 EDT
how to claim working visa gunaydin!!!
i have my 2 friends and there working visa is in process now here in north cyprus how they can get the visa's when its ready and is there any requirments in philippines to get the visa?thank you
Loneluv
Sun, 19 Jun 2016 04:54 EDT
Hi ask lang po ako i have a friend from turkey she wants to visit here in the philippines she ask if she needs visa to go here in the philippines?please reply thanks
Pearl
Tue, 14 Jun 2016 22:15 EDT
Requirements for working visa for nanny/au pair in Turkey
Good day!

May I ask what are the necessary documents to have a working visa in Ankara Turkey? What process should I do as well as my employer? Do I need invitation letter from a family? How could I have this working visa for nanny/au pair?

I hope to read back again from you soon. Here is my e.mail address pearlpineda08@gmail.com
emeritojose02@yahoo.com
Mon, 6 Jun 2016 18:21 EDT
I only asking regarding turkiye petrollori & merhaba travels
I already sign a contract & also visa form but he said we need provide a huge money my question is merhaba travels are
connected to turkiye petrolleri.
Jerry
Tue, 17 May 2016 09:38 EDT
I have received email from TOMASON Oil Corporation that they hired me. I don't know if these is true.
Traumatized
Tue, 10 May 2016 10:39 EDT
Very Rude Secretary
All turkish visa applicants who has ever encountered the secretary named Gladys of Turkish Embassy in Dasmariñas Village, Makati in Metro Manila will be able to tell you how utterly RUDE she is. She deals with the Filipino applicants as if everyone's at her mercy --- talking  only in 1-to-2-word/s basis after checking the documents presented, in a manner that tells you she's done with you and you can step out (i.e. looking thru her nose or if you have a follow-up question, faces you quickly with one eyebrow raised, belittling facial expression and rude tone as if you've asked the most stupid question!). I believe consistent eye-rolling, raising of voice/eyebrow, and telling a 1st-time applicant struggling with docs to "hurry up" are inappropriate responses to people who are respectfully asking (of course, these people does not file for visa everyday and would definitely have a couple of questions) and are going to pay a fee.

I understand they have to be strict and firm, but there is a HUGE difference between being firm and being disrespectful bordering to discriminatory. Not to mention how she has little to no regard to the applicant's time, money and effort going to the hard-to-reach and highly-secluded embassy. Most of the applicants just took a leave from work and some even came from the province so there is very limited processing time, and what does she do? She does not mention ALL lacking documents/requirements at once that more often than not, the applicant must return the next working day everytime she tells a new requirement missing! Just inexplicably inhumane.

I am not sure if the consuls/embassy heads are aware of her unprofessional and discourteous behavior (even on phone) towards the applicants but I am sure that it is not right. Someone has got to straighten her up, if not replace. If that's the way her role is meant to be, then it is such a shame for the Turkish Embassy as she represents them and their reputation too.
Antonio
Sun, 24 Apr 2016 03:35 EDT
May natanggap po ako sa email ko hinahire po ako sa Turkey TOMASON oil Corporation gusto kopo sanang malaman kung itoy totoo paano po ang gagawin ko.

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