Arrange your corporate immigration to the Philippines

Greenhouse empowers you to move your team to the Philippines with ease with working visa services in the Philippines. Our network connects start-ups, SMEs, service providers, government agencies, accelerators, and more, helping everyone achieve their goals.

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Settle your team into new markets

The Philippines offers several immigration options for different business needs.
We can provide you with the most suitable option according to your business plan.

Pre-arranged Employee Visa

Best for: Foreign nationals needing a working visa service for employment with a company registered in the Philippines

Alien Employment Permit

Best for: Foreign employees needing a permit to work more than six months in the Philippines

Special Work Permit

Best for: Foreign employees planning to work short-term projects for less than six months in the Philippines

Provisional Work Permit

Best for: Foreign nationals currently applying for work permits in the Philippines but need to start working immediately

Special Non-immigrant Visa (RA 8756)

Best for: Executives of multinational companies with a regional or area headquarters in the Philippines

Benefits of working with Greenhouse

Expand your business across borders

A hassle-free and simple approach to move your team into the Philippines. Here’s how Greenhouse supports your immigration needs.


Our consultants help you review the different immigration options in your target markets according to your needs.


Our service agreement ensures that you always get the best pricing quotations for your immigration project.


No more confusion — we’ll give you
all the information you need about requirements or progress updates for every step of the process.


From incorporation to secretarial, we complete your needs with other essential services to help your company.


Get prepared to do business in the Philippines

Procedures, insights, and guides you need to know about
the Philippines’ market and regulations.

Immigration Process in the Philippines

All you need to know about the different immigration options, as well as steps to apply for permits and visas in the Philippines.


The Philippines Negative Investment List

Learn what businesses foreigners can and can’t own in the Philippines.


Tips to Incorporate in the Philippines

If you’re also planning to start a business, here are some tips you should know before incorporating a company.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the answers to the most common questions about migrating to the Philippines, asked by businesses just like you.

(Updated 31 October 2019)

A work visa (usually a Pre-Arranged Employee Visa or 9(g) Visa) is an immigration document, released by the Bureau of Immigration and allowing you to enter the Philippines as a foreign employee.
Work permits (usually Alien Employment Permit or Special Work Permit) are licenses, released by the Bureau of Local Employment and allowing you to work and get income in the Philippines.
You’ll need both in order to properly work and live in the Philippines as a foreign employee.

An Alien Employment Permit allows you to work for more than six months in the Philippines.
Meanwhile, a Special Work Permit allows you to work for three to six months in the Philippines.
However, you’ll also need a Pre-Arranged Employee Visa along with either one of these options.

Yes, if you’ve obtained or are applying for a Pre-Arranged Employee Visa.
Your spouse and any unmarried children under the age of 21 will be able to apply as your dependents.

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