milet_miranda wrote: »
Hi guys! I need your help. I already got my visa approved for my trip this coming March. The problem is my two friends were denied. They are planning to visit Jeju Island and skip Seoul as they don't have a visa. Based on my research, Jeju does not require visa for filipinos travellers (good for 30 days). Can they still use the Incheon tickets and then fly to Jeju from Incheon (MNL - INC - JEJU then JEJU - INC - MNL)? Will it be allowed? Or they really need to fly direct to Jeju from HK perhaps? Thanks for your help guys!
lh3n wrote: »
Hi guys! I've been backreading the first thread, and it is quite helpful!
My friend and I are planning to go to SK sometime in October. We just want the autumn feel and the foliage.
Question is - I went to AU before in the last 5 years. The thing is I don't have a copy of my visa anymore. Should I just submit my entry and exit stamps?
ds27 wrote: »
I have 2 questions, which so far I haven't seen posted in the threads (although medyo last few months pa lang nabrowse ko):
1. Although I've had it for 5 years now, my bank account is really just for payroll. My real savings account is in our company's cooperative. Can I submit a statement of account from the coop instead of the bank?
2. My mom is a retiree/senior citizen who will rely on me for travel expenses. She had a single entry Canadian visa dated 2008 (I don't know if it's relevant or not). What kind of requirements can she pass?
*Zaphne* wrote: »
Hi! Help, please!
My family and I are going to apply for our tourist visas to SK soon. My dad already retired from work in 2008. He receives SSS pension and has sufficient savings which I think are more than enough proof to support a 5-day trip. We (3 employed children) will be paying for all his expenses. Does he still need to attach an affidavit of support and bank certificates from any one of us? Or will his certificate of pension, land titles, etc. do?
*Zaphne* wrote: »
Btw, 5 years na siyang senior citizen.
windblown wrote: »
May na deny na ba kahit may previous Korean Visa na? haha..
kasi gusto ko ulit mag travel by June, last travel ko was November.. 50k nasa bank certificate ko nun.. now nasa 30k na lang haha..
Nakakainis kasi sa Korea parang magnet nanghahatak ng turista eh haha
pipylongstocking wrote: »
Hello everyone! I have a valid japan visa. Before kapag may visa ka na of any OECD member countries, pwede ng COE lang ang ipass together with the basic requirements.
Tama ba na now kelangan magpass na rin ng ITR, Bank certificate, etc.?
tonzi wrote: »
Hi guys question. Is it ok to apply visa on a later schedule? like I wanna apply visa now but my travel would be on june or july. Would that be ok?