Today we got a comment and question from Bunny.
This is what Bunny said:
Hello Bob!I am a Filipina citizen and legally married a foreigner in his country 2 months ago.After that, I went back here in the Philippines as I was on a tourist visa.He will be visiting the Philippines next month.My questions are:
1. He wants to work here in the Philippines after he gets a visa.Which one is easier to get a temporary residence visa or a permanent residence visa?What are the limitations of both?
2.Is it easier to fix that visa here in the Philippines(he will only stay here on tourist visa for 14 days) or in his country?
3.Which is better a non-quota or a quota immigrant visa by marriage?
Thank you and God bless!
And here is Bob’s response:
Hi bunny, To be honest, I have never heard of a “temporary residence visa”, I don’t know what that is. As far as I know, no such thing exists.
It is much easier to just get a resident visa while he is still in his home country.
There is not any working difference between quota and non-quota visas. Once you have it, the effect is the same. Since he is married to you, no doubt just get the non-quota since he is entitled to that.