To enter Greece and apply for a permit, a type D work visa or as filipinos called "working visa", is needed and it must specify dependent employment. Applying for a residence and work permit based on an employment offer from a Greek employer can take quite a long time for process (approximately 12 months).
The visa must be sponsored by an employer for a specific position,who has annual taxes 24.000€ or more (24,000.00 EUR=1,464,501.14 PHP) which cannot be filled by a Non-Greek. Work permits are only granted to foreigners living abroad if it's clear that there are no local residents to take the position. The Greek employer needs to file an application at his local Municipality Immigration office, forward the application to Greek Employment Office (OAED) and pay a deposit 3 months salary in advance . If the application is approved, the foreign citizen after he enters Greece, must apply for a local tax number (AFM), subscribe to the social security fund for employees (IKA) and apply for one year residence permit. Changing work places within the same industry may be allowed if one holds a valid work permit and has been working for a period of a least one year.
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