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.
The Department of Tourism (DOT) announced on Thursday, December 12 a new mobile application featuring the iconic dishes in Metro Manila in a bid to promote the developing food tourism in the National Capital Region (NCR).
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) announced that it will resume stamping arrival and departure stamps on regular e-passports of nationals from the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
In partnership with Visa, Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC), and its unit RCBC Bankard Services Corp. (RCBC BSC) launched their latest consumer-centric credit card product, the RCBC Bankard Visa Platinum, for jet setters and leisure travelers.
The Government of Qatar opened its first official Qatar Visa Center (QVC) in the Philippines to streamline the visa application and approval process of applicants for Qatar residency in the country on Wednesday last week.
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) officially opened its first authentication service center in Visayas. The new DFA Cebu Consular Office in Mandaue, Cebu is expected to reduce the burden faced by the residents of the Visayas region in obtaining travel documents.
The House of Representatives recently approved House Bill (HB) No. 300, an amendment for the Foreign Investments Act (FIA), which seeks to remove constraints on foreigners practicing their profession in the Philippines. The bill will enable more foreigners to pursue a career in the country and directly reduce the local hire threshold for businesses with foreign investors.