Yes. Just submit your Certificate of Employment and Employment Contract duly authenticated by the Philippine Consulate Office. You must also have a co-maker and attorney-in-fact (must be residing in the Philippines) to act on your behalf. It can be your wife or a relative who also have the ability to pay. Your co-maker must submit a Special Power of Attorney (SPA) duly executed by you and his/her Income Tax Return.
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