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Philippine WHAT IS A PHILIPPINE VISA? A Philippine Visa is an endorsement made on a travel document by a consular officer at a Philippine Embassy or Consulate abroad denoting that the visa application has been properly examined and that the bearer is permitted to proceed to the Philippines and request permission from the Philippine Immigration authorities at the ports of entries to enter the country. The visa thus issued is not a guarantee that the holder will be automatically admitted into the country, because the admission of foreign nationals into the Philippines is a function of the immigration authorities at the port of entry. ENTRY VISA INFORMATION • Guidelines on the Entry of Temporary Visitors to the Philippines Visa:

A. Nationals from countries listed below who are traveling to the Philippines for business and tourism purposes are allowed to enter the Philippines without visas for a stay not exceeding twenty-one (21) days, provided they hold valid tickets for their return journey to port of origin or next port of destination and their passports valid for a period of at least six (6) months beyond the contemplated period of stay. However, Immigration Officers at ports of entry may exercise their discretion to admit holders of passports valid for at least sixty (60) days beyond the intended period of stay. B. Nationals from the following countries are allowed to enter the Philippines without a visa for a period of stay of twenty-one (21) days of less: 1. Andorra 2. Angola 3. Antigua and Barbuda 4. Argentina 5. Australia 6. Austria 7. Bahamas 8. Bahrain 9. Barbados 10. Belgium 11. Benin 12. Bhutan 13. Bolivia 14. Botswana 15. Brazil* 16. Brunei Darussalam 17. Bulgaria 18. Burkina Faso 19. Burundi 20. Cambodia 21. Cameroon 22. Canada 23. Cape Verde 24. Central African Republic 25. Chad 26. Chile 27. Colombia 28. Comoros 29. Congo 30. Costa Rica 31. Cote d’Ivoire 32. Cyprus 33. Czech Republic 34. Democratic Republic of the Congo 35. Denmark 36. Djibouti 37. Dominica 38. Dominican Republic 39. Ecuador 40. El Salvador 41. Equatorial Guinea 42. Eritrea 43. Ethiopia 44. Fiji 45. Finland 46. France 47. Gabon 48. Gambia 49. Germany 50. Ghana 51. Gibraltar 52. Greece 53. Grenada 54. Guatemala 55. Guinea 56. Guinea Bissau 57. Guyana 58. Haiti 59. Honduras 60. Hungary 61. Iceland 62. Indonesia 63. Ireland 64. Israel* 65. Italy 66. Jamaica 67. Japan 68. Kenya 69. Kiribati 70. Kuwait 71. Lao People’s Democratic Republic 72. Lesotho 73. Liberia 74. Liechtenstein 75. Luxembourg 76. Madagascar 77. Malawi 78. Malaysia 79. Maldives 80. Mali 81. Malta 82. Marshall Islands 83. Mauritania 84. Mauritius 85. Mexico 86. Micronesia 87. Monaco 88. Mongolia 89. Morocco 90. Mozambique 91. Myanmar 92. Namibia 93. Nepal 94. Netherlands 95. New Zealand 96. Nicaragua 97. Niger 98. Norway 99. Oman 100. Palau 101. Panama 102. Papua New Guinea 103. Paraguay 104. Peru 105. Poland 106. Portugal 107. Qatar 108. Republic of Korea 109. Romania 110. Rwanda 111. Saint Kitts and Nevis 112. Saint Lucia 113. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 114. Samoa 115. San Marino 116. Sao Tome and Principe 117. Saudi Arabia 118.
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Senegal 119. Seychelles 120. Singapore 121. Slovakia 122. Solomon Islands 123. Somalia 124. South Africa 125. Spain 126. Suriname 127. Swaziland 128. Sweden 129. Switzerland 130. Thailand 131. Togo 132. Trinidad and Tobago 133. Tunisia 134. Turkey 135. Tuvalu 136. Uganda 137. United Arab Emirates 138. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 139. United Republic of Tanzania 140. United States of America 141. Uruguay 142. Venezuela 143. Vietnam 144. Zambia 145. Zimbabwe C. The following are allowed to enter a stay not exceeding fifty-nine 1. Holders of Brazil passports; 2. Holders of Israel passports D. The following nationals are allowed a visa for a stay not exceeding 1. Holders of Hong Kong Special passports. 2. Holders of British National 3. Holders of Portuguese Passports 4. Holders of Macau Special passports IMPORTANT NOTE: Nationals who are subjects of deportation/blacklist orders of the Department and the Bureau of Immigration shall not be admitted to the Philippines. Further inquiries may be addressed to the Visa Division (Telephone numbers: 8344854, 834-3707, and 834-4810), Department of Foreign Affairs, 2330 Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City or to any Philippine Embassy or Consulate abroad. FAQs on VISA How would I extend my visa? You may get an application form from the floor Annex building, Bureau of Immigration. Fill up the form, provide a photocopy of valid extension of stay, if any and other application. How long will it take me to extend For non-restricted citizens, one (1) day (1) week using the regular processing lane. For restricted nationals, it will take three and one (1) week using the regular processing What is the maximum extension of For non-restricted nationals, the Chief two (2) months for every extension but not For restricted nationals, the Chief of Visa for every extension but not to exceed a For restricted nationals, the Commissioner right to approve the length of stay based After a year of stay in the country, the
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the Philippines without a visa for (59) days: and

to enter the Philippines without seven (7) days. Administrative Region (SAR) Overseas (BNO) passports. issued in Macao Administrative Region (SAR)

Visa Extension Section located at the ground

your passport, visa, latest arrival card, pertinent documents which will support your

my visa? using the express processing lane and one

(3) days using the express processing lane lane. stay that can be granted to me? of Visa Extension Section may grant you to exceed the maximum period of one year. Extension Section may grant one (1) month maximum period of six (6) months. and the Associate Commissioners have the on the merits of your application. Commissioner and the Associate Commissioners
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will again be the ones to approve your stay application. Will it be necessary for me to appear You may or may not appear provided, you travel agencies or law firms of the Bureau. But if it is necessary, you will appear or any of the Commissioners for the clarification How many days should I allot for You should file your application seven (7) stay TOURIST VISA

based on the merits on your

personally for the extension of my visa? will ask assistance from any of the accredited

before the Chief of Visa Extension section of your application. the filing of my extension to avoid overstaying? days before the expiration of your approved

The following requirements must be submitted when applying for this type of visa: - Duly-accomplished visa application (F.A. Form 2). Application forms that are incompletely filled-out will be returned to the applicant. - Valid passport (the original passport itself must be submitted) whose validity must extend at least six (6) months beyond the length of proposed stay in the Philippines. - One 2" x 2" size photograph taken within the last six (6) months. The applicant’s signature must be affixed on the front side of the picture. - A photocopy of the applicant’s airline ticket or confirmed travel itinerary - Proof of financial capacity (e.g. travellers cheques, latest print-out of credit card account(s), latest print-out of bank statements, ownership of real estate properties, and other documents showing the applicant’s capacity to financially support himself/herself during his/her stay in the Philippines) - If applicant is not appearing in person before the Consular Officer, the application form must be notarized by a local notary public. - Visa Application Fee NOTE: If you intend to stay in the Philippines longer than twenty-one (21) days, a visa must be secured. A fifty-nine(59) day visa can be obtained at the Philippine Consular Office which has jurisdiction over your area before traveling to the Philippines. If you are already in the Philippines, you may file for a 38-day visa waiver (entry 21 days + 38 day waiver = 59 days). Visa waivers are issued at the Bureau of Immigration, in Intramuros, Manila before the expiration date of your authorized stay or with one of their sub-ports in these cities throughout the Philippines. Tourist visas are issued under three main classifications: - Pleasure. For tourists and other visitors to the Philippines. It cannot be used to engage in gainful employment or for business, or to take up educational courses in any learning institution in the Philippines. - Business. The purpose of the temporary stay is to search for areas of investment. It does not allow you to engage in any activity which may be considered a form of gainful employment. - Health. This is granted to those whose intention is to convalesce from a serious injury or illness. The illness, however, should not be contagious or dangerous. STUDENT VISA Step 1. Application with the Preferred school of choice and comply with their - Five (5) copies of Duly Signed and (PHS) with 2 X 2 photograph. - Notarized affidavit of support including of the student. - Scholastic records duly authenticated located in student's country of origin - Photocopy of data page of student's
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School - Communicate directly with the requirements which includes: accomplished Personal History Statements bank statements to cover all expenses by the Philippine embassy/consulate or legal residence. passport showing date and place of
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birth. - Birth certificate or its equivalent embassy/consulate located in student's

duly authenticated by the Philippine country of origin.

Step 2. Acceptance by School - School upon satisfaction of compliance of requirements issues Notice of Acceptance (NOA) to student and submits the duplicate copy to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), together with the certified true copy of CHED-CEA when necessary. For quota courses such as medicine and dentistry, a certificate of eligibility for admission (CEA) is also issued by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). Step 3. Department of Foreign Affairs post (FSP) located in the student's country the issuance of the student visa. Step 4. The Philippine Embassy or Consulate in person and bring all the required documents. indorses documents to the foreign service of origin/place of legal residence for

notifies the student in writing to appear

Step 5. Upon receiving the letter from the Philippine Embassy/Consulate, the student makes an appointment to appear for an interview at the consulate or embassy. Please bring the following documents: - Valid Passport - Application Form for Student Visa (accomplished in triplicate) - Three photographs - Medical Health Certificate (DFA Form 11) in triplicate with life-size chest x-ray and laboratory reports. - Original Notice of Acceptance (NOA) and when appropriate, the CEA. - Police Clearance Certificate authenticated by the Philippine Embassy/Consulate located in student's country of origin or legal residence. - Visa Fee FOREIGNERS WHO ARE ALREADY IN THE PHILIPPINES UNDER ANY VALID VISA ARRANGEMENT MAY APPLY FOR THE CONVERSION OF THEIR VISA STATUS TO 9(F) STUDENT VISA PROVIDED THEY SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING: - Original Notice of Acceptance (NOA) and when appropriate, the CEA. - Proof of adequate financial support. - Scholastic records duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy/Consulate located in student's country of origin or legal residence. - National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance (if student resided in the Philippines for more than 59 days) - Quarantine Medical Examination by the National Quarantine Office. - Copy of Duly signed and accomplished Personal History Statements (PHS) with 2 x 2 photograph. - Photocopy of data page of student's passport showing date and place of birth. Student Requirements Extension TREATY TRADERS/INVESTORS Change of status to Treaty Trader Definition A treaty trader ia a foreigner who is on substantial trade or commerce between he is a national pursuant to an existing navigation. entering the Philippines solely to carry the Philippines and the country of which treaty of commerce and Desk Information for Special Study Permit of Student Visa VISA

A treaty investor is foreigner who seeks admission for the purpose of developing and directing the operations of an enterprise in the Philippines where (a) he has invested or is actively in the process of investing a substantial amount of capital or where (b) his employer has invested or is actively
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in the process of investing a substantial employer is a foreign person or organization and that the applicant is of an overall Who Can Apply?

amount of capital, provided that such of the same nationality as the applicant supervisor or executive.

Treaty trader visa applicant from the United States must establish that (a) he is proceeding to the Philippines solely for the purpose of carrying on substantial trade principally between the Philippines and the United States; (b) he intends in good faith, and will be able, to depart from the Philippines upon the termination of his status; and that (c) if he employed, his employer shall be foreign person or organization and shall be engage in duties of a supervisory and executive character, or if he is or is to be employed in a minor capacity, he has special qualification which makes his services essential to the efficient operations of the employer. An applicant for treaty investor visa must establish, among others that (a) he seeks to enter the Philippines solely for the purpose of developing and directing the operations of an enterprise in the Philippines; (b) he seeks to enter the Philippines as a spouse or child of an alien (c) he is not applying for a nonimmigrant visa in an effort to evade the quota or other restrictions which are applicable to immigrants; (d) he intends in good faith, and will be able to depart from the Philippines upon the termination of his status; (e) the enterprise is one which actually exist or is in active process of formation, and is not a fictitious paper organization. Upon proper application, a duly approved Trade/Investor) shall be for one (1) year. Requirements - Letter Request from the petitioner or corporation) - General application form duly accomplished Petitioner 1. SEC Certificate of Registration, Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws and General Information Sheet, in case of corporation or 2. DTI Certificate of Registration of Business name and application form for Certificate of Registration of Business name duly accomplished and received by the DTI, in case of single proprietorship 3. Latest Corporate Income Tax Return and audited Financial Statement stamped "received" by the BIR 4. Corporate Secretary's Certificate that the investor has maintained his/her investment in the business entity of petitioner (partnership or corporation) per Stock and Transfer Book, in case petition is based on investment or 5. Owner's Affidavit (in case of single proprietorship) that he/she has maintained his/her capital in the single proprietorship, in case petition is based on investment or 6. President's CEO's, Treasurer's, or Secretary's Certificate that trader - petitioner is in continuous engagement in the trade, submitting proof of trading such as LC's, Buyer invoices, Vouchers, etc. 7. Treasurer's or Secretary's Certificate that investor-petitioner's majority share holding is owned by an alien of the same nationality as the applicant. Applicant 1. Photocopy of passport 2. Bio data with 2x2 picture 3. Affidavit of Guarantee 4. Contract of employment, assignment or Corporate Secretary's Certificate of Election showing exact compensation applicant subject to withholding tax and duration of employment or assignment
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application under Section 9(d) (Treaty

(single proprietorship, partnership and notarized (RBR Form No. 98-01)

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If applicant will be accompanied by his/her - Photocopies of the passports of - Certified true copies of marriage - Birth certificate of children Extension Requirements Treaty Trader

spouse and unmarried minor children the spouse and unmarried minor children contract

of Treaty Trader for Application for Certificate of Residence

for

PRE-ARRANGED EMPLOYMENT VISA Change Status Prearrange Employee (Commecial) Definition: This change of status is issued to foreigners who are proceeding to the Philippines to engage in any lawful occupation, whether for wages or salary or for other forms of compensation where a bonafide employer-employee relationship exists. In determining the existence of an employer-employee relationship, the following elements are generally considered: (1) selection and engagement of employee; (2) payment of wages; (3) the power of dismissal and (4) the employer's power to control the employee with respect to the means and methods by which the work is to be accomplished. Who Can Apply? Professors and teacher for educational institutions, doctors and nurses for hospitals, scientists, professionals and other workers for banking, commercial, industrial, agricultural and other business enterprises may qualify this visa. Requirements: 1. Letter request from the petitioner 2. General Application Form duly accomplished 3. 2x2 picture to be attached to the 4. Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, petitioner 5. Alien Employment Permit (AEP) from 6. Income Tax Return and proof of payment 7. Contract or agreement entered into of service and exact compensation 8. Bio data of applicant 9. Affidavit of support and guarantee of the applicant 10. Certificate by Human Resource Director of foreign nationals employed by the 11. True copy of the applicant's passport stay 12. Other supporting documents which application If the applicant will be accompanied by - Marriage Certificate / Birth Certificate are included in the application - True copies of passport of the spouse Extension - organization and notarized (BI Form RBR 98-01) application form SEC Certificate of Registration of the Department of Labor and Employment of taxes by the petitioner for applicant's service stating term and other benefits to be received executed by the petitioner in favor / Personnel Officer as to the number petitioner showing admission status and updated will aid in the evaluation of the his/her spouse and unmarried minor children of unmarried minor children if dependents and unmarried minor children

for

of Prearrange Employee 9g (Commercia) (Missionary)

Change of status to Prearrange Employee Definition: This change of status is available for religious work. This is inferred from Immigration Act. Who Can Apply? Missionary visas may be issued to aliens:
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all foreigners who will be engaged in a provision of section 42(a) of Philippine

(1) who are members of a religious denomination
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having a bonafide nonprofit organization in the Philippines; (2) whose purpose is for carrying on the vocation of a minister (or as a religious worker) of that religious denomination; (3) who shall be coming to the Philippines at the organization's request to carry on a religious occupation and (4) whose purpose shall be to study a fixed curriculum in order to accomplish and undergo proper formation training. Requirements: 1. Letter request from petitioner 2. General application form duly accomplished 3. 2x2 picture to be attached to the 4. Articles of Incorporation , Bylaws, petitioner 5. Audited financial statement / annual 6. Affidavit of Support and guarantee 7. Bio data of applicant 8. Proof of missionary qualification 9. Certificate stating place where 10. True copy of the applicant's passport stay If applicant will be accompanied by his/her - True copies of the passport of the - True copies of their ACR and CRPE, showing admission status Extension IMMIGRANT VISA QUOTA VISA Only 50 applicants are approved annually for other categories of aliens whose countries accept Filipinos as immigrants on a reciprocal basis. The Philippine Consulate General receives the completed immigrant visa application with enclosures indicated below and, in turn, is forwarded through the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) for appropriate action by the concerned agencies in the Philippines. When authority from the DFA for the issuance of the visa allotting quota number is received, a personal interview with a consular officer will follow prior to the actual issuance of the immigrant visa. Required Documentation: - Accomplished visa application (F.A. - Submit original passport whose validity beyond the length of purposed stay - One 2" x 2" size photograph taken - Proof of financial capacity to travel - If applying by mail, enclosed a or a prepaid overnight mail envelope - Visa Fee NON QUOTA VISA 1. Spouse of a Filipino citizen (13-a) of a Filipino Citizen, the following submitted: - Two copies of a duly-accomplished 3). Application forms that are returned to the applicant. - Valid passport (the original whose validity must extend at length of proposed stay in the - Four (4) 2" x 2" size photograph months. The applicant’s
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organization and notarized (BI Form No. RBR 98-01) application form SEC Certificate of Registration of information return of exempt organization

applicant is assigned showing admission status and updated spouse and unmarried children spouse and unmarried minor children if already obtained, and documents

of Prearrange Employee (9g Missionary)

Form No. 3) must extend at least six (6) months in the Philippines) within the six (6) months. may be required. self-addressed stamped padded envelope to ensure return of the passport.

If the application is made by a Spouse documentary requirements must be visa application (F.A. Form No. incompletely filled-out will be passport itself must be submitted) least six (6) months beyond the Philippines. taken within the last six (6) signature must be affixed on the
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front side of the picture. V Medical Certificate (F.A. Form No.11) accomplished by a local physician. All supporting documents must be submitted in triplicate (three copies). A Chest x-ray plate (lifesize) must accompany the certificate, together with the results for the following tests: 1) stool (ova/parasite and occult blood); 2) urinalysis; and 3) complete blood test (blood serology and chemistry). - Local State Police clearance obtained within the last (6) months. The original and one (1) photocopy must be submitted. - Proof of financial capacity (e.g. travellers cheques, latest print out showing statement of credit card account(s), latest print-out of bank account statements, ownership of real estate properties, and other documents showing the applicant’s capacity to financially support himself/herself during his/her stay in the Philippines) - Personal appearance of the applicant for an interview by the consular officer. - Payment of Immigrant Visa Fee - A duly notarized letter from the Filipino spouse requesting or petitioning the issuance of an immigrant visa to his/her spouse. The original and a photocopy must be submitted. - Proof of Philippine citizenship of Filipino spouse (e.g. Philippine passport or Philippine birth certificate) - Marriage Certificate, both the original and a photocopy. 2. Unmarried Children under 21 years - Same as requirements (a) to of Filipino citizens) - Birth Certificate of the child - Proof of Filipino citizenship passport, birth certificate or - Sworn Statement of Financial - Visa Fee old of a Filipino citizen (13-a) (h) above (requirements for spouses or a certified true copy thereof. of a parent such as current Philippine baptismal certificate, etc. Support executed by parent

3. Natural Born citizens of the Philippines who have acquired foreign citizenship (9-g) - Same as the requirements (a) to (h) in item No. 1 (spouse of a Filipino citizen). - Proof of former Philippine citizenship such as expired Philippine passport, birth certificate or baptismal certificate, etc. - Naturalization papers - Visa Fee - Change of status from Temporary Visitor to Temporary Resident - Change - Conversion - Returning - Extension - Amendment - Late - Non-Quota SPECIAL RESIDENT RETIREE of status to Quota Immigrant to Nonquota Immigrant by marriage 13a Former Filipino Citizen 13g of Temporary Resident Visa from Probationary to Permanent Resident Registration of Aliens Immigrant 13e (Returning Resident) VISA INFORMATION 13a

The Special Resident Retiree's Visa (SRRV) entitles the holder to multiple-entry privileges with the right to permanent residence in the Philippines. The SRRV is issued by the Bureau of Immigration of the Republic of the Philippines in connection with the Philippine Retirement Authority's Retirement Program for the foreigners and former Filipinos. [ more ]
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For more questions SPECIAL INVESTOR'S RESIDENT Requirements and Procedures 1. Filing of Applications The Application for a Special Investor's - The Philippine Embassy or Consulate or place of residence; or - The embassy or consulate nearest foregoing; or - The Board of Investments if Philippines.

on SRRV, check out http://www.pra-visa.com. VISA

Resident Visa may be filed with: in the applicant's home country thereto in the absence of the the investor is already in the

All applications must be accompanied otherwise the same shall no be officially

by all required supporting documents, accepted for processing.

2. Documentary Requirements The following documents shall be attached to every application for SIRV: - Application form duly filled up and notarized, with recent photographs; - Clearance from the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA), together with either a clearance from the central government agency of the applicant's country or place of residence, competent to give information about any criminal record that the applicant may have, duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy, or the Interpol Division of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) indicating that the applicant has not been convicted by final judgment of a crime involving moral turpitude; The NICA shall issue an initial clearance within five (5) working days from receipt of the BOI endorsement, and a more thorough verification to cover the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police should be within three (3) months after the grant of the probationary visa. Any derogatory record may be the basis for revokation of the SIRV holder's visa; The expiration date of said clearances should not be before six (6) months from date of filing of application; - Medical certificate issued by the Department of Health (DOH), any government hospital or health facility, or any licensed and accredited hospital, medical center, or laboratory or the equivalent thereof in the applicant's home country, certifying that the applicant is physically and mentally fit; The expiration date of said certification should not be before six (6) months from date of filing of application; - Certification under oath from the duly authorized officer(s) of any accredited depository bank in the Philippines as to the amount of foreign exchange inwardly remitted by applicant, and its conversion to pesos through the said bank, in the prescribed form. Should the inward remittance be sent through non-accredited correspondent banks, the total amount of remitted money should be immediately transferred to the accredited banks; For purposes of Book V and these rules and regulations, only banks accredited by the BOI shall serve as the depository banks; In all cases, inward remittances shall not be made earlier that one (1) year prior to the filing of the application; - Certified true copy of the certificate of peso time deposit with a maturity period of at least thirty (30) days; The original copy of the certificate of time deposit shall remain with the depository bank for safekeeping; - Birth certificate/family registry/household registry duly authenticated by the Philippine Consulate/Embassy located in the applicant’s home country or the applicant’s embassy in the Philippines; - If applicable, marriage contract duly authenticated by the Philippine Consulate/Embassy located in the applicant’s home country
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or the applicant’s embassy

in the Philippines.

For downloadable forms, refer to http://immigration.gov.ph//index.php?option=com_docman&Itemid=99 For more questions regarding visa, check out http://www.immigration.gov.ph.

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