Passport and visa in Philippines
Updated information on passport and visa in Philippines (February 2017).
Many new visitors to this country ask us how to do with passport and visa in Philippines.
This information varies according to the Philippine Immigration regulations until about a year ago the maximum period of uninterrupted stay in the Philippines was 18 months, now changed to three years. It is always good to remember the good news.
To enter the Philippines only we need to have a valid passport.
Philippine visas are easily available by visiting any of the immigration offices spread across the islands.
Usually it takes half an hour to renew the visa in the Philippines.
Here are the prices and the time effect of visa in the Philippines:
The first 29 days are free, at the airport you seal the visa in your passport to your entry.
If you are staying in the Philippines for more than 29 days you need to renew the sigueinte way:
Extension of 29 days to 59 days: 3,030 Philippine Pesos
The following extensions of visas in the Philippines have to perform every two months:
– Second Extension of visa in the Philippines: Philippine Pesos 7,800
– Third Extension of visa in the Philippines: Philippine Pesos 2,830
– Fourth visa extension in the Philippines: Philippine Pesos 4,240
– Quinta visa extension in the Philippines: Philippine Pesos 2,830
– Sixth visa extension in the Philippines: Philippine Pesos 2,830
In the case of non-renewal in your passport visa in your passport in Philippines on the dates indicated, the Immigration Office will impose a fine of 1,000 Philippine Pesos.
The maximum stay in the Philippines is 3 years.
A tip to keep in mind your way out of the Philippines:
750 Philippine Pesos reserves to pay rates from the international airport of Cebu. It is free in Manila international airport.
I hope I have clarified your doubts on passport and visa in Philippines.
This information is updated on February 2017