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Visa Requirements for Philippine Passport Holders – Guinea (Republic of Guinea)

Filipinos who carry Philippine passports should obtain visas prior to traveling to Guinea. The passport should be current and have six months remaining validity beyond the intended departure. A yellow fever vaccination is also required.

There is no Guinean Embassy in Manila, Philippines. All visa requirements should be submitted to the nearest Guinean embassy or consulate office. The general requirements for visa application are as follows:

Tourist Visa

  • Letter of invitation from a Guinean resident stating the purpose of your visit, your name and address as well as contact information of your sponsor or hotel reservation
  • Bank statement or proof of sufficient funds
  • Valid passport
  • Duly accomplished visa application form
  • Passport size picture
  • Confirmed itinerary including round-trip airline ticket
  • Certificate of yellow fever vaccination

Business Visa

  • Letter from your employer indicating the nature of your trip, the company to be visited, proof of financial support as well hotel arrangement or accommodation and return ticket
  • Valid passport
  • Duly accomplished application form
  • Passport size picture
  • Certificate of yellow fever vaccination

*Additional documents may be needed when deemed necessary

Please contact the Embassy of the Republic of Guinea in China for a more detailed visa application procedure.

Embassy of the Republic of Guinea
No. 2 Dong Si Jie San Li Tun
Beijing 100600
Telephone: (86 10) 6532-3679
Fax: (86 10) 6532-0438/ 6532-4957

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