Special Temporary Permit (STP)

Visa and Immigration Services with focus on Special Temporary Permit (STP)

Welcome to Asia Relocation, your trusted partner for visa and immigration services in the Philippines. We understand that navigating the complex world of visas and immigration can be challenging, especially when it comes to the Special Temporary Permit (STP). At Asia Relocation, we specialize in assisting foreign professionals with obtaining the necessary permits to practice their professions in the Philippines for a limited period of time.

What is the Special Temporary Permit (STP)?

The Special Temporary Permit (STP) is a privilege granted to foreign professionals, allowing them to practice their respective professions in the Philippines. This permit is issued by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) International Affairs Office and serves as a prerequisite for obtaining an Alien Employment Permit (AEP) for skilled positions.

Key Information about the Special Temporary Permit (STP):

  • Validity: The STP is initially valid for one year, and it can be renewed if needed.
  • Mandatory for certain professions: Foreign professionals such as teachers, engineers, nurses, and others who are applying for a working visa in the Philippines must obtain a Special Temporary Permit (STP) before they can practice their profession.
  • Processing will take 1 month upon submission of the complete documents.

Requirements for the Special Temporary Permit (STP):

To ensure a smooth application process, it is important to gather the necessary documents. The following are the requirements for obtaining a Special Temporary Permit (STP) through Asia Relocation:

  1. Asia Relocation templates: We provide you with the required templates to facilitate the application process.
  2. Original Passport: A valid passport with at least six months of remaining validity.
  3. Certificate of Training: Proof of training in your area of specialization, demonstrating your expertise. It should be authenticated or apostilled by the issuing country.
  4. Filipino Professional Understudy with copy of PRC ID: If applicable, a letter from a Filipino professional who will serve as your mentor or understudy, along with a copy of their Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) ID.
  5. Two passport-size ID pictures: Recent photographs that meet the specified requirements.
  6. Contract of Employment: A copy of your employment contract, outlining the terms and conditions of your work in the Philippines.

Why Choose Asia Relocation for your Visa and Immigration Services?

At Asia Relocation, we pride ourselves on providing comprehensive visa and immigration services tailored to your needs. Here’s why you should choose us:

  1. Expertise: Our team of experienced professionals specializes in visa and immigration services in the Philippines. We stay updated with the latest regulations and requirements to ensure a smooth and successful application process for our clients.
  2. Personalized Assistance: We understand that each client is unique, and we provide personalized guidance throughout the entire visa and immigration process. Our dedicated consultants will assist you in gathering the necessary documents and completing the application accurately and efficiently.
  3. Time Efficiency: We value your time and strive to expedite the application process. With our expertise and streamlined procedures, we work diligently to minimize processing times and help you obtain your Special Temporary Permit (STP) as quickly as possible.
  4. Comprehensive Services: In addition to STP application assistance, we offer a wide range of visa and immigration services to meet your needs. Whether you require assistance with work visas, permanent residency, or other immigration matters, we have you covered.

Contact Asia Relocation for Visa and Immigration Services in the Philippines:
If you are a foreign professional seeking to obtain a Special Temporary Permit (STP) or require any other visa and immigration services in the Philippines, we are here to help. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our experts and let us guide you through the process smoothly and efficiently.

Disclaimer: The content provided here is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. It is always recommended to consult with a qualified immigration professional for personalized guidance based on your specific situation.


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