I am a US citizen and I want to work and live in the Philippines. What do I need to do?

I am a filipino born in the US. I visited the Philippines a year ago and loved it. So I want to live and work there. Not sure if it will be permanent. Another reason why I want to work there is because of the beautiful filipina ladies.

Asked By: Positive_Contact - 4/11/2006
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You must have sponsorship from a company in the Philippines for a work visa. The high paying jobs are competitive and extremely difficult to come by. The average salary in the Philippines is around $1000 a year. And possibly $500 a month if you are lucky. The Senators earn less than $30,000 a year, not counting their... More
Answered By: Joe - 4/11/2006
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You can check the visa requirements at the USCIS web site.
Answered By: baldy - 4/11/2006
it depends how long you want to work there. you can get a work visa through the US to work in another country, but they have to accept you into their country when you declare your reasons for being there.
Answered By: dalphinchicka - 4/11/2006
Joe, where in the world did you get your numbers? I do not know whether to laugh out loud or to question your statistical sources... More
Answered By: Well - 4/11/2006
get a working visa and go there
Answered By: preetypony - 4/12/2006
That is too much trouble to find a filipina lady if you ask me. A fellow worker in Belgium married a nice Filipina "he met on the plane". I.e. find a Filipina lady through one of the 1000 or so wedding agencies, and they will provide you with a full cover story. Greetings from Belgium.
Answered By: flemish_spell - 4/15/2006
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