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Liza 0 August 9, 2018
Would like to see what Japan looks like

Multiple-Entry Visa to Japan Now Easier to Get for Qualified Filipinos

Aiming to boost tourism and to increase its number of repeat visitors, Japan will be easing the multiple-entry visa requirements for Filipinos effective August 1, 2018.

According to the Japanese embassy, they will be expanding the scope of applicants eligible for multiple-entry visas for 15-, 30-, and 90-day stay periods. In addition, the visa’s validity will be extended from five years to up to 10 years.

Japan Visa

However, the relaxation in visa requirements is only applicable for government officials, public figures, and visitors with business purposes, among others.

The detailed application process for the multiple-entry visa can be viewed on the website of the Japanese embassy. Just last year, almost half a million Pinoy tourists have traveled to Japan.

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