Acting on the favorable exchange rates for the US dollar overseas, the continued outsourcing trends, and the on-going overall globalization trend worldwide, companies all over the globe are accelerating their activities in foreign markets.
Due to vast opportunities and ease in the country, native Spanish speakers and translators choose to live in the Philippines as expatriates. At the same time, Filipinos also strive to live in Hispanic countries due to career and family purposes.
Visiting the European continent is a dream for many people. Fortunately, Filipinos can visit most of the countries there with just a single visa application, called the Schengen visa. Among them is the country of Portugal, which hosts around 3,000 Filipinos, mostly working in the service sector.
Koreans in the Philippines are considered the largest Korean community residing in the whole of South East Asia. Such immigrants are now owners of real estate properties in the country. It is estimated that almost a hundred thousand are living in Luzon, mostly in Manila.