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13A Non-Quota Immigrant (Spouse) Visa

Discussion in 'Expat Section' started by Caranoche Beauty, Aug 14, 2020.

  1. Caranoche Beauty

    Caranoche Beauty DI Member

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    Any one get one of these?
    Share experience please.
    Does it provide multiple entry/exits or just good while here?
     
  2. Jack Peterson

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    It is a Permanent Residence Visa by Marriage to a Filipino
     
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    Haha.. I know that Jack. I am wanting to know about them. Esp if permits multiple exit/entry.
     
  4. Jack Peterson

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    Of course it does, that is the point of it my Friend, it is the nearest we can get to Dual Nationality In Fact, just at this time it it seems that only 13a Holders of some years are the only people to get back into the PI. Unfortunately it seems that overseas PI Embassies are not accepting applications and I hear that there is a backlog on Applications here also, You still need an ECC to leave ( when you can) :bored:
     
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    And have to pay the same as a local in travel tax when leaving. P2,880 or abouts
     
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    Certainly pleased I decided to go down the 13A route before coming here. Was a tedious process both in the UK applying and on arrival in Manila to collect it, but worth it in the long run.
     
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    You do not require an ECC to leave..
     
  8. Jack Peterson

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    You most certainly do Andi, it is an ECC "B" obtainable at the Airport on Departure
     
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    Desk clearly marked at the right hand end of the other immigration desks. Unless they moved it recently. I remember when it used to be at the left hand end, or was that a different departure lounge. Used to fly Qantas but an unpleasant experience with one of their air hostesses turned me completely off them so I went with Philippine Air and now for the past 5 years its Cebu Pacific.
     
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    Last time i left via Cebu my wife and i both had to pay at the dept. of tourism desk, never paid for any EEC and then paid again to get into departure area 750? and i think 2,500 each at tourist desk.
     
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