Georgia e-visa for Filipinos

Visa to Georgia for Filipinos plus how I delayed an airline’s flight to Tbilisi

I swear I researched thoroughly and read that the visa to Georgia for Filipinos is upon arrival. In some articles, it also indicates visa-free. I never came across any that say I need to obtain a visa prior to arrival.

“Ma’am, I am sorry but we can’t allow you to board the plane. You need a visa to enter Georgia.”

Are you kidding me? I arrived 7 hours early in Ben Gurion International Airport just because Israel’s security check when going out of the country is ‘problematic’ and ‘massive.’

“I swear to you, I don’t need a visa to enter Georgia. I can get one upon arrival.”

I showed her some articles proving my point. But she still insisted that I can’t board the plane. While she was double checking their system, I called my Georgian friends (who happened to be lawyers) and they were quite shocked about my news. They pulled their strings and contacted every government office they know in Tbilisi to justify that Filipinos don’t need a visa to enter Georgia. They advised me to call the Philippine Embassy in Tel Aviv to seek help and I did.

From calling the Embassy, I learned I was wrong.

Visa to Georgia for Filipinos should be applied prior to arrival… Oooppps. Sorry. My bad.

Holy fecking shet. How did I miss this? It was 2 hours before boarding and there I was, standing at the check-in counter looking like an idiot who had no idea about the visa regulations of her own country. As a person who has been traveling for a long time now, this is such an idiotic move.

I had to pull my own strings. I Whatsapped all the Filipino bloggers I know who have been to Georgia and they said I need to apply an e-visa. One of my friends gave me the link to apply for the e-visa to Georgia but he said I should wait 5 working days to receive it.

My stomach crunched. I don’t have 5 working days! My tourist visa in Israel will be expiring in 24 hours. Seriously, I don’t have the luxury of time. Oh my God, Trisha! This is what happens when you are always living on the edge. But anyway, I’m already here so let’s move forward.

I stood at the check-in counter realising the idiocracy and sort of accepted the defeat. I am totally wrong in this. But I kept my cool.

“So, what do we do now? Can you suggest other things? And may I be excused? I need to go to the toilet.”

“Yes ma’am. I will find answers for you. We don’t want you to miss this flight, too.”

“Thank you. Can I also have a beer?”

No. I’m kidding. I didn’t say that. Though I wish I did. Remember, if you don’t ask, the answer is always no. Like in this situation. I really insisted to be in the flight so they were trying to find ways for me. It’s about our persistence. It’s about telling them what we really want and that is important in anything in life.

She was very helpful and I needed that. I didn’t need someone who will nag about my poor choices in life. I didn’t go to the toilet. It was an excuse to have a cigarette break. I was horrified! I needed to breathe.

I clicked the link my friend gave me and immediately applied for a visa. I needed to do something. I honestly was about to lose it.

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Step 1: Citizenship/Country

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Step 2: Travel information

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Step 3: Terms and Conditions

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Step 4: Personal Information

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After finishing all these sections, I was asked to pay $20 for the visa fee which is non-refundable whether the visa gets approved or not. Wait, what? They can reject e-visas?! The only problem was, I was 2 hours away from boarding time and the e-visa will only arrive after 5 working days.

I did what I had to do. I e-mailed the e-VISA department of Georgia with a poorly written message. I was in a hurry. I wasn’t thinking. Bottom line, they needed to know they have to give me the e-visa RIGHT NOW because I was already at the check-in counter. There was no turning back. Again, I had no other choice because my Israeli visa will soon be expiring. Damn, all this visa shenanigan!

Oh crap. This life. It’s crazy. It’s intense. It’s full of surprises. But this led me to a good learning experience about applying a visa to Georgia for Filipinos. But I still wish the e-VISA office in Georgia will read my mail and understand the situation I was in. I was praying hard they will send it right away. As in that very minute. I needed it! I want to scream!

Tip: Always have a passport picture and a copy of your passport in your phone, Dropbox, Google drive or e-mail. It’s a life saver!

As I head back to the check-in counter to speak to the helpful airline lady, she was smiling like something miraculously happened. I smiled back pretending everything was okay, pretending that my mind was not on fast forward mode with voices in my head saying “you are going to be fecking deported.”

“Ma’am, we are letting you board now. I checked all your passports (old and new) and you can enter Georgia as per the OECD agreement.”

Okay, I am really happy about this but what the feck is the OECD agreement?

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Ratification of the Convention on the OECD

My 5-year valid Japanese visa and Mexican visa saved my ess. Apparently, you don’t need to apply a visa to Georgia if you have a valid visa from the members of the OECD agreement. You can check the list here. Additionally, if you have a residence visa in any Middle Eastern country, the visa on arrival is also possible. No need to apply the visa prior.

Helpful airline lady handed me my boarding pass but I was still shaking. I have a quick stop in Athens and she told me that if they will not allow me to board the Tbilisi flight, I need to show them my Japanese visa, and of course, explain the OECD convention.

After 1 hour and 30 minutes of massive check (yes, Ben Gurion Airport is crazy as feck), I rushed to the boarding gate only to find out I was the only passenger missing and take-off was delayed for 45 minutes. We just missed our spot at the runway because airports are busy like that. When something like this happens (this is my first time, btw) I just put that charming Asian smile and everything will be okay. At least that’s what I’ve been told growing up. Always smile. Share the positive energy even if it’s all fecked up.

I went to my seat and found out I have the whole row to myself. How do I deserve all this?!?! Not they are all looking at me like “this betch!”

Meanwhile, in Athens

I was stopped at the boarding gate again. Though there were no flight delays, the airline crew in Athens were puzzled about how to approach my case. It’s a layover! Come on! How was I allowed to board in Tel Aviv if I am not allowed to do so in Athens? I kept proving my point. Over and over, I explained to them the OECD agreement like I was an expert. I even asked them to call the helpful airline lady in Tel Aviv because she can vouch for me. I did not violate anything.

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But a miracle occurred again. I got an e-mail from the e-VISA office in Georgia and guess what’s it about? THEY JUST SENT MY E-VISA! OMG! I opened the attachment and interrupted everyone: “Everyone, hold your horses! Here’s my visa. Let me board.”

Everyone was quiet and double checked the e-mail I received. It really is the e-visa. My poorly written e-mail message worked.

I am one lucky betch. I was smiling big as I board the plane, looking at the sky and asking the Universe: how in the world do I deserve all this? BUT THANK YOU. THANK YOU! I want to scream!

Note: I might have been lucky with the e-visa but please, do not go through the stress and adrenaline rush. Apply for your e-visa to Georgia prior to arrival. Please. You have the steps above. Don’t be the idiot that I was.

By the way, I also did have the whole row to myself in the Athens-Tbilisi flight. Life is good!

The endless learning

You see, I am not an expert at all. I make so many mistakes. It seems to me that I am a guinea pig of Philippine passport holders. I have the first dibs on trying things because countries like Georgia are not really used to Filipino tourists so they don’t really know what the regulations are. They were even more confused than I am! The same happened to me in Panama where they stamped my passport without a visa. They panicked. Both of us didn’t know I need a visa to Panama.

Anyway, I am now in Tbilisi, super relaxed and having a great time. Two beautiful Georgian human beings whom I met through this blog picked me up at the airport with balloons and wine so life is really good. I am alive, well, healthy and reached my destination!

It was a stressful flight but I am used to it. People who have passports like mine need a visa to everywhere but through the course of my travel, I realised it shouldn’t stop me from doing what I am doing. I am so thankful to have my Philippine passport. The adventures it gave me and the countries it brought me to have been a hell of a ride.

There is no greater experience than being challenged. I wouldn’t change anything nor will I wish to have a different passport. Ever!

My dear Filipinos, let us stop being underdogs and fight for our rights (only if we are right, of course!). Always look for other options and never ever give up. Some of us just want to see the world and we should not put our head low. Having this passport is challenging but the experiences you will have traveling with it will be a great story to tell.

This is me, 50+ countries and numerous visa applications after. Still surviving and enjoying the ride of life.

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Where are you from? Did you ever have to undergo crazy visa applications to travel the world?

What are your tips? I would like to hear from you! Leave your thoughts on the comment box below!

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Trisha is one of those people who left their comfortable life to travel the world and learn about life. Her style is to stay in one place she likes for 3 months (or more) to know what it feels like to eat, cook, speak, and sleep in another culture that isn’t hers. She'd like to believe she's not traditionally traveling but she just chooses to be somewhere else all the time. In no particular order, her favorite cities in the world are Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Mexico City, and Tel Aviv.

Comments

  • December 13, 2016

    wow what an experience Trisha! 🙂 As I was reading this article I felt like I was also there and it seemed like as if it was me who was on your place. Certainly stirred my emotions! hahahha. I am very happy you are able to arrive to your destination. I will be waiting for your post soon about Armenia since my husband’s father side is from Armenia.

    P.S I’ve been visiting your blog plenty of times and I definitely love and admire your adventures.

    Love from Brazil,

    Cherrie from Philippines.

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  • December 13, 2016

    Super stressful experience but I guess your angel’s with you that day! Enjoy Georgia, Trisha! ?

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  • ffs
    December 13, 2016

    For the love of God, please write your swear words out in full! This makes you sound 10 years old

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  • I rock
    December 13, 2016

    The smile. It’s the smile that did it.
    ??

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  • December 14, 2016

    Hay hija, you should do something about that “living on the edge.” You do not want to be in a life-long roller-coaster ride, believe me. It’s not good for your health and your heart, the only one you have.

    Please do not get used to it. Talk to me.

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  • Rish Torres
    December 14, 2016

    I am reading your article and I’m feeling the same thing like what you felt when you are at that airport. You are kind and wonderful person that’s why God always blesses you. Keep on inspiring!

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  • December 14, 2016

    Ha ha, funny story! Glad you made it and that there was such a nice and helpful lady at the TLV airport. Enjoy Georgia, it’s one of my favorite countries. Gaumarjos!

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  • December 14, 2016

    I love that the plane waited for you! yeeey! Enjoy, Georgia. And I agree, the challenges we have with our PH passport pero “kebs”.

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  • December 15, 2016

    And it all ended well! But oh what an adventure that had been! I could imagine you fretting and desperately needing those cigs in those crucial moments!

    Hugs to you love. Hope to see you soon! I’m excited for your adventures and living vicariously through your travels these days hahaha ?

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  • December 17, 2016

    What a mess! Glad it ended up okay but wow – how stressful! I will say, these situations tend to happen to me as well. I could picture myself in your shoes while reading. Thank you for the helpful tips. This makes me realize that I need to be doing my research more (I’m bad at that)!

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  • December 18, 2016

    What a crazy story. That’s the thing about travelling, not every day is going to go smoothly and you’re bound to learn something. It’s a lot more enjoyable not learning like you had to but at least it all worked out!

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  • December 18, 2016

    WOW that was quite some thriller… was reading it going “what now… what is she going to do”. I think one of the main things you said is very important that unless we ask for help we won’t know what can be done or how people, ever at passport control/airline, can help us.

    I think there are lessons to be learnt from this post about preparing for travel and how to stay cool to an extent and try and find a solution to a problem.

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  • December 18, 2016

    Wow, what an experience! This is an experience of a true traveler, not a tourist. Well written, Trisha! I especially liked: ” Remember, if you don’t ask, the answer is always no. Like in this situation. … It’s about our persistence. It’s about telling them what we really want and that is important in anything in life.”
    Good luck in your life journey, Trisha!

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  • December 18, 2016

    Whoa! Travel Goddess is kind with you! 🙂
    Thanks for sharing the story, though my situations are different it is always good to relate it to others.

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  • December 18, 2016

    This is an insane story but it sounds as if you didn’t do anything wrong in the first place! You had done the research online about visas in Georgia, and you even had articles to ‘prove’ that you didn’t need one. I’m so surprised you ran into such barriers. It’s nuts how you got it all worked out and I’m sure it was such an insane day, but I probably would have handled it MUCH more poorly all around 🙂

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  • December 18, 2016

    Glad you made it, but your story is a good reminder that it’s important to know what travel documents you need before you go. And it looks like things worked out when some good luck fell upon you. Happy Travels!

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  • December 20, 2016

    WOW, very lucky! You’re a great storyteller by the way 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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  • December 20, 2016

    I understand the feeling of crazy visa applications. I feel like I always have to bring my documents to save my ass incase I need it. Wow, this was really one big miracle for you but hey, I love how you wrote about it. I will keep this in mind incase I decide to go to Georgia.

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  • December 20, 2016

    Interesting, because Georgia has one of the most relaxed visa attitudes in the world. I hope you really enjoyed your time there!

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  • January 3, 2017

    Wow! what an experience.
    I have to admit I was reading and waiting to see how it will end up for you.
    I’m glad all ended up well for you!
    Thanks for sharing such an experience.

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  • February 14, 2017

    Just saw this! I’ve been through the same situation in Georgia! I forgot that it will take 5 days to apply for one. I arrived at 2 am and had nothing to show to the poor guy in the immigration area. I wore my biggest Asian smile and thanks to all the saints I prayed to, I get through!

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  • mhekiii
    March 17, 2017

    the inner side of me is laughing while reading your airport misadventures.i dont know, maybe im just seeing myself on your situation, everytime! adrenaline rush huh!?

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  • mel remonte
    April 24, 2017

    You’re demn good Trisha! love your style.
    I’am a kabayan with permanent Georgian residence by marriage.
    Hope you enjoyed your stay in Georgia.

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    • Anton
      June 21, 2017

      Hi mel, will be visiting Georgia next week. I just want to ask if its safe to walk around Tbilisi at late night? Tnx.

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  • Erwin VB
    May 18, 2017

    Thank you for sharing your experience… I enjoyed reading your stories and your tips regarding saving important travel documents in the phone or laptops.

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  • Adora
    May 29, 2017

    Wow, this blog really a great help for me as I am planning to travel in Tbilisi Georgia with this visa issues. I enjoyed reading and gives me a lot of courage in my journey to travel and see the world. ????????

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  • tessa jimenez
    June 2, 2017

    Awesome traveler! i should have done these earlier in life..late bloomer traveler here..envious!

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  • Tami
    July 29, 2017

    Hi! I have read your blog about your trip to Georgia. I’m planning on going to a vacation to Georgia next month. I hold a valid visa to south Korea. I also applied for the e-visa so I won’t have any problems with it while I’m in transit. What documents did you show the immigration officer in Tbilisi? I am sponsored by my sister, I have a copy of her bank statement but it is addressed to the embassy of South Korea (I used it for acquiring my Korean visa). Will this one suffice? I also have travel and health insurance on hand. What else should I prepare? I hope you can help me with my problem. Thank you

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  • Johndy
    August 10, 2017

    I feel you. Just to share, in Doha we were not allowed to board a flight to The Northern Republic of Cyprus since most of the Pinoys on the transfer desk were claiming that Philippine passport do require a visa in that part of the world (TNRC). Obviously they do not know that we (PH passport holders) do not need a visa to go there. We missed our flight. We waited for more than 24 hours in Doha airport after they realized that visa is really not needed. We were allowed to fly only after buying another ticket (flypegasus via Istanbul) we did not argue on why we need another ticket, we simply want to board the flight. We landed in TNRC and true enough, the immigration officer did not ask anything and were granted a 90 days stay and we enjoyed that Turkish part of Cyprus for couple of days.

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  • Tess
    August 15, 2017

    We are planning to go to Georgia next week for Hajj vacation. We heard that we, as Filipino no need to apply for visa but to get it on arrival. What happened to you is not what we heard from other travellers from our hospital. So confusing but we will apply in advance just to be sure. Thanking you.

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  • Iresh
    September 6, 2017

    What an experience!!

    I’m one of those Filipino who wants to visit Georgia and keep on researching as we speak!

    Your blog is really informative! The luck is still with you!

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  • Pjong
    September 9, 2017

    Hahaha bes. You had a crazy experience going to Georgia. I supposed to go there for my birthday nxt month. But my fiance told me that she’s going to visit me here in Dubai. Take care bessy

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  • seok
    September 12, 2017

    I’m confused why you need visa to Israel? Philippines passport holder are not required visa to Israel for tourism purposes or your in a different status visa?

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  • Niea
    November 1, 2017

    Do you have itinerary in Georgia? And hotels that you can recommend? We’re planning to go there this December.
    Thank you!

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  • November 6, 2017

    I just read your blog. For GCC residents no need to apply for visa. I am a Filipina living in Georgia as a resident for more than 3 years and arranging tours for Filipinos since 2014. So I know the struggle. I often post updates on the Facebook page Georgian Juanderers, for those kabayan-related info when coming to Georgia. If there are any changes in visa procedures, I also update the page. Hope this helps.

    Ruby B.

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    • Faiza
      January 27, 2018

      Hi, where can we avail the visa for Georgia? I think having the visa on hand will be on a safer side… i have US valid visa. But still, it is better to be safe than having all those hussles at the airport… waiting on your reply. Thanks…

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      • Gilda
        January 3, 2020

        Hi Faiza! Have you visited Georgia and applied visa even if u already have valid US visa? Let me know pls. I am in the same sitiation as you do.

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  • MArsha
    November 9, 2017

    I was laughing hard while reading your miraculous adventure,,,way to go!!! I’ma fan

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  • Glenn
    November 29, 2017

    I am laughing so hard reading this blog Trish! haha Thank you sa tip gusto ko rin pumunta sa Georgia. Kaso wala akong kasama hehe

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  • F S
    December 7, 2017

    Credits as well to the helpful airline lady. out of curiosity which airline was it? 🙂
    I have a Japanese dependent visa but not sure now if I can go to Georgia

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  • Faiza
    January 27, 2018

    Hi, it was such an experience… my next destination will be Georgia. Kindly share us the link to apply for the visa. Like you, i am also a traveler… a hobby in which i enjoy the most ???

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  • Belle
    February 16, 2018

    I worked in the airline before and It’s the job of the check-in staff to check all visa requirements and EXEMPTIONS before checking you in. It’s listed in the TIMATIC, it’s included in the system or software used to check-in passengers. I will ask you if you have visa to Georgia, if you insisted that you don’t need one prior to arrival, I will scan all your passport’s pages to see if you’re a frequent traveller, an experienced check-in staff will know that some countries give exemptions by conditions of example like what you said valid multiple entry visa or residency to other country which is not easy to get visas or like if you have other passport, seaman, diplomatic and etc. It’s a big deal if a flight is delayed, it cost the airline a lot. They boarded you even if the flight was delayed because they did a mistake on their part by refusing you to be checked-in at first and it was inconvenience on your part, when you arrived ahead of time for check-in which gave a lot of time for them to figure it out. It should have been resolved earlier and faster. They knew you can sue or make problem once you figure it out. For sure the staff get’s a disciplinary action by refusing you at first and delaying the flight because it cost the airline.

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  • joe
    February 19, 2018

    ommm my god we’re same situation thanks for your blog i have 5 days left here in tel aviv i already booked my flight going to Georgia and Armenia but the problem is i didn’t apply e visa yet. i spent a lot of money. wishing i able to fix it.

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  • Jon
    February 22, 2018

    Omg you’re my idol now! But i hope i never land in this situation 🙂

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  • March 7, 2018

    Just want to check is the OECD agreeement work or not? I dont want to spend unecessary money if this option work.

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    • May 8, 2018

      It still works. I used my Multiple Entry – Korean Visa when I went to Georgia last month via the sleeper train. The IO did not question my visa and just asked me 2 basic questions (how long would I be staying in Tbilisi and where would I be staying). That’s it 🙂

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  • Jayvee
    March 25, 2018

    for the e-visa did u submit all the requirements? bank statement, hotel & flight ticket, etc. ?

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  • Joe
    April 14, 2018

    I liked your article because it enticed me to read on to the next sentence to find out the outcome of your travel visa snafu. I am relieved in the end that you came through the whole process with a good memory plus a good lesson for yourself and a million Filipinos who seek to travel abroad. Cheers to you, lady traveler 🙂

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  • Sam
    May 13, 2018

    Thanks for this helpful article. I am currently working in Saudi Arabia and planning to visit Georgia this year. Upon checking the provided link, a holder of valid GCC visa are indeed exempted from acquiring a visa prior to their arrival.

    “You are exempt from visa!”
    Holders of valid visa or residence permit of the country you have selected are exempted from visa requirements. You can enter Georgia without a visa for 90 days in any 180-day period. Please, note that you must present relevant valid visa or residence permit along with your travel document/passport at the moment of crossing Georgian border.

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    • kathy
      December 23, 2018

      hi…i am panic now as i will travel to georgia this dec 26 and im only a business visa here in qatar which it would expired also on dec 27…as what you are said in your comment that he same way as the result when im apply an evisa for georgia that its exempt.

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  • Jen
    May 20, 2018

    Hi. I’m applying for a Georgian visa with a filipino passport, I read a lot of blogs saying I need to provide digital copies but I dont understand if I provide them on the evisa site of Georgia which means I have to have an airline ticket? Or provide it at the immigration there?
    Thanks

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  • Krystelle Bolivar
    May 25, 2018

    Hi Trish!
    What are the terms of the e-visa? Validity? How long can you stay continuously? How long can you stay in total (if multiple entry)? Is applying for extension possible?
    I will be in Georgia this July 2018. I’m planning to stay 2-3 months in the country. Was wondering if this is possible with this e-visa. Hope to hear from you. Thank you so much.

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  • louie
    May 28, 2018

    Hi I have Philippine passport and living in KSA but I took e-visa and got approved. But upon checking the e-visa, there’s no middle name. I am not sure if I am the one who missed it. Will it be a problem in the immigrationif they dont see my middle name in the e-visa?

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  • Roxy
    June 11, 2018

    Thank you for this, friends here in russia thought visa can be ontained upon arrival. planning to go on June 18th, anyone will be there on that week?

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  • althea
    June 20, 2018

    hahahha!…feels like reading one of ludlum’s…enjoyed reading ur blog girl!

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  • Jannet
    December 10, 2018

    Thank you

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  • kathy
    December 23, 2018

    hi…i am panic now as i will travel to georgia this dec 26 and im only a business visa here in qatar which it would expired also on dec 27…as what you are said in your comment that he same way as the result when im apply an evisa for georgia that its exempt.

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  • Yosep
    December 29, 2018

    HAHAHAHAAH I LAUGHED SO HARD! This girl sounds like a soul mate ?
    Thank your tisha! I need this information. I want to visit Georgia and THANK GOD FOR THIS INFORMATION.

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  • Jackie
    January 26, 2019

    Thank God! I came accross this article for me and a feiend from Japan just booked a flight from Dubai to Georgia. Just lije you, we thought that its visa free for the Filipinos. Lucky for us, we have enough time to apply and will not experience what you’ve been through. Thank you so much Tish for sharing.

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  • AK
    January 29, 2019

    Why did you have an Israeli visa? Filipinos don’t need visas to enter Israel.

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  • Grace
    March 8, 2019

    This is really helpful. It’s true. If you’re a Filipino they’ll be asking for your Visa. When we went there and saw my Philippine passport, my Visa was also requested but then I’m a resident of Saudi Arabia so that save my face.

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  • Yolanda U Dumdumaya
    August 11, 2019

    Ohhh…what an experienced you have encountered! I admired your persistence and determination. We’re proud of you. You are one of a
    kind…fighter Filipina!

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  • Ernie
    August 16, 2019

    You are really funny, your sense of humor is over the top and I was laughing so hard on some lines. You are an excellent writer. Your writing is very palpable. Keep it up… ?

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  • Earl Jardinico
    November 24, 2019

    im planning to visit Armenia & Georgia this fall, i have valid US tourist visa & Korean tourist visa, do i still need to get e-visa? Thanks in advance

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  • Danilo Mendoza
    December 19, 2019

    Wow! What a experience! I really enjoyed your writing. I’m filipino as well and this reminded me a lot the time i travelled from Dubai to tblisi to get married with EasyWeddingGeorgia. Georgia is such a beautiful place! (tbilisi is the best) but there was crossed information about if we needed or not a visa. (Spoiler We needed it!!

    Thank you for sharing!

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