Wednesday, April 10, 2013

GLOBAL VISAS Makes Relocating or Visiting Abroad Easier

The Filipinos dream of going overseas for both work and pleasure. The Commission on Filipinos Overseas reported in 2011 that there were 10.4 million Filipinos in permanent, temporary or irregular status abroad, about 11% of the projected 93.9 million total Philippine population in the same year.

Given a chance one in every five Filipinos would want to emigrate or visit a foreign country.

A critical hurdle for most Filipinos looking to go abroad, however, is the tedious and sometimes nerve-wracking visa application process.

Indeed, the challenge of putting together the right documents and properly lodging an application for visa to one’s destination country could easily lead to discouragement and despair.

Global Visas, world leader in immigration and visa consultancy recognized a global need for expertise in this area. It opened its head office in London in 1996 and now has 250 immigration experts worldwide, including 51 in its Cebu operation which started in October 2010.

The Cebu office has facilitated the issuance of about 200 visas of various categories to various countries since its launch.

Global Visas Cebu has won for its clients the most difficult battles as far as visa facilitation is concerned, including that of Maritess Sejas, who successfully reapplied with Global Visas advice after being denied visa issuance several times.

The expertise of the Global Visas team allows it to deliver the best quality service in the lodgment of spousal, fiancĂ©e, tourist and working visas. Aida Abarquez was awarded a multiple-entry visa to the USA as a result of a Global Visas – guided application. She is now able to make more visits to her husband who is working there.

The company holds the distinct advantage of having personnel in destination countries as well as constant updating of visa regulations in these areas: the USA, Canada, UK and other parts of Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asian territories.

1 comment:

  1. Waaah do they have an office in Manila too? I personally know how much of a hassle VISA application is. I am actually going through my own visa application process at the moment. If only I knew about them before...


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