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Asked by Ms.Magnolia from Philippines | Jan. 08, 2010 04:04
About:China Embassy in Philippines

Hi! Is the consular office particular about what kind of bank account you maintain? I only maintain a payroll bank account and I have no personal savings bank account. What I plan to submit to the travel agent is the hard copy of my payroll bank account because I have nothing else to submit. Will this be accepted? I won't have enough time to open my own personal savings bank account to make it in time for the processing of Visa requirements. And I heard that the bank account has to contain minimum of Php 50,000.00? Is this true?

What are the implications for someone who only has a PAYROLL ACCOUNT with not more than Php50,000.00 deposited in it?

Answers (1)
Answered by Mr.Charles | Jan. 10, 2010 00:47
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yes, the bank account has to contain munimum of Php pesos 50,000, I think the payroll bank account is also accepted, but you should deposit at least pesos 50,000.
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