As the pandemic subsides, easy entry protocols are now implemented, making the Philippines a significant destination for ESL hubs.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) released an advisory on Monday, June 7, allowing foreigners with special resident retiree’s visas (SSRVs) to enter the Philippines.
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) have lifted the temporary deployment ban of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) to Saudi Arabia.
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) reminds dual Filipino citizens planning to travel to the Philippines to provide proof of citizenship to be allowed entry into the country.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) clarifies that foreign seafarers who hold valid 9(g) visas are allowed to enter the Philippines.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI), in a press release dated July 24, has reimplemented travel ban for outbound Filipinos provided that the travel falls under the non-essential category. The bureau, however, made exceptions from the restriction.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI), in an accreditation advisory dated July 21, addresses transactions using old BI Accreditation Identification Cards (IDs), application for renewal, and claiming of newly-issued Accreditation IDs.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI), in a press release on May 4, declared exemptions from suspended BI transactions and qualifications on waived penalties of those applying for visa extension.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) declared, in a press release on March 27, that foreign nationals are now temporarily allowed to depart the Philippines even in the absence of an implemented and stamped visa in their passports, given that their visa application was approved.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) declared, in a press release on March 27, that foreign nationals are now temporarily allowed to depart the Philippines even without an Alien Certificate of Registration Identity Card (ACR-I Card), given that they have an approved and implemented visa.