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Exit Clearance New news June 1 2020

Discussion in 'Passports and Visas' started by mattchu5150, Jun 1, 2020.

  1. andiflip

    andiflip DI Forum Adept

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    But you still have to pay to extend. Either 28 days, 56 days or 6 months.. if you wait 3 years to pay you are going to be in for a very expensive surprise.
     
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    I have a tenant here from Thailand who went to the VA in Manila before the lock down and paid $1,200 dollars for something. He said he has a 6 month visa because he is a US vet,, first i have heard of this visa.
     
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    There is an agent in the same hallway as BI about halfway down the hall to the BI on the left. They will handle your visa extension at the BI for you. They charge 1000 but it is very convenient. They also do exit clearances. 4000 for that and you only have to see them, no Cebu trip.
     
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    There office start 8 am. However due to many are getting extension best to go there so early. Last time we went to apply for extension .We arrived almost 7 am we're number 27 already. The guy who was number 1 was there already 4 am. So I think best to go there 5 am get your number then go home or stay somewhere and come back around 7 plus.. That was June situation
     
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    Thanks for posting this and yes, I did confirm it with the immigration worker.
     
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