PROVISIONAL WORK PERMIT
The Bureau of Immigration issues the Provisional Work Permit.
The foreign national who has a temporary visitor’s visa can apply while the (9G) working visa application is in process.
This work permit is typically legitimate for three months from issuance and can apply to a maximum of 2 applications.
The validity of PWP may reduce or ends upon the approval of the 9G or the 9D visa.
DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS FOR PROVISIONAL WORK PERMIT
- The processing time usually takes between 7-10 working days.
DENIAL OF PWP
- Lacking Company Documents upon the submission of the application.
- If a foreign national applied PWP more than twice.
- Valid for 3 months.
Secure the CGAF from either at the Public Information and Assistance Unit (PIAU) at BI G/F Main Office or from the official BI Website.
Submit the documents for pre-screening to the Central Receiving Unit (CRU) or to the frontline officer or staff of other Immigration Offices able to process this transaction.
Get the Order of Payment Slip (OPS).
Pay the required fees.
Submit a copy of the Official Receipt.
Get the approved PWP
FEES FOR PROVISIONAL WORK PERMIT
For fees and other payment-related information, refer to the official website of the Bureau Of Immigration, or you can get in touch with one of our representatives for additional information.