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SPECIAL TEMPORARY PERMIT TO FOREIGN NATIONALS

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Lee

I am not sure why any of the below professions would want to come to the Philippines to practice but I guess some must want to. :unsure:

 

The BI announces the updated list of forty-three (43) professions regulated by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) which provides the issuance of Special Temporary Permit to foreign nationals who are allowed to practice the profession in the Philippines.

 

For the list of the said professions, please click here.

 

1. Accountancy

2. Aeronautical Engineering

3. Agricultural Engineering

4. Agriculture

5. Architecture

6. Chemical Engineering

7. Chemistry

8. Civil Engineering

9. Criminology

10. Customs Brokers

11. Dentistry

12. Electrical Engineering

13. Electronics Engineering

14. Environmental Planning

15. Fisheries

16. Foresters

17. Geodetic Engineering

18. Geology

19. Guidance and Counseling

20. Interior Design

21. Landscape Architecture

22. Librarians

23. Master Plumbers

24. Mechanical Engineering

25. Medical Technology

26. Medicine

27. Metallurgical Engineering

28. Midwifery

29. Mining Engineering

30. Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

31. Nursing

32. Nutrition-Dietetics

33. Optometry

34. Pharmacy

35. Physical and Occupational Therapy

36. Professional Teachers

37. Psychology

38. Radiologic Technology

39. Real Estate Services

40. Respiratory Therapy

41. Sanitary Engineering

42. Social Workers

43. Veterinary Medicine

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smokey

what lawyers are not on the list????????????    wonder why 

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A_Simple_Man

Noticeable by there absence are 'Driving Instructors'

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hyaku

No Immigration Officers either. :ROFLMAO:

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spydoo

what lawyers are not on the list????????????    wonder why 

They're having a campaign called "good guys in, bad guys out".

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Salty Dog

Why would they possibly need nurses?

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Alan S

I have heard of a couple of doctors who visit the Philippines each year partly to treat people but also to help train the local doctors in their speciality. 

 

Good on them, I say.

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PIM

My profession is on that list. I have known about my work restrictions in the Philippines well before I relocated here. Fortunately for me, I can live in the Philippines and work throughout Asia and Oceania. This suits me fine - foreign income while living in the Philippines. I also lecture in my profession at the University of Cebu (gratis) when I have the time.

 

I normally spend one or two months at home in Cebu followed by a few weeks work overseas. Then it is back home to my little bit of paradise in the Philippines. From memory, I have only once had to extend my visa. That was when I was hospitalise at Makati Med for 10 weeks after a motorcycle crash in SW Mindanao.

 

I still love riding my motorcycles!

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