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Jun 25 2016

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Removing Name from Immigration Blacklist

Prescribed Periods For Lifting Of Entries From The Blacklist

The Philippine Immigration Department has a ruling on the amount of time before an Immigration Blacklisted person can be removed from the blacklist.

This is often either 3 or 6 months after being blacklisted, but can be as high as 10 years.

Ruling no: SBM-2014-01 4th February 2014 – Prescribed Periods For Lifting Of Entries From The Blacklist

The full ruling can be seen at: http://www.immigration.gov.ph/images/ImmiAdminCircular/AdminCircularNO.%20SBM-2014-001.pdf

Three (3) months

Three (3) months from date of actual implementation of the exclusion order for foreign nationals who were excluded under the following grounds:

1. Public charge
2. Incompetent
3. Member of a family accompanying an excluded alien and companions thereof
4. Children below 15 years old unaccompanied by parents
5. Stowaways
6. Improperly documented

Six (6) months

Six (6) months from date of actual implementation of the exclusion order or inclusion for foreign nationals who were included in the Blacklist under the following grounds:

1. Deported by virtue of a Voluntary Deportation Order
2. Overstaying for less than one year

Six (6) months after being cured of the condition or illness for foreign nationals who were excluded under the following grounds:

1. Insane
2. Afflicted with loathsome or dangerous and contagious disease

Twelve (12) months

Twelve (12) months from date of actual exclusion or implementation of deportation order for foreign nationals who were excluded/deported under the following grounds:

1. Prostitutes of procurers of person who came for any immoral purpose
2. Person who practice polygamy or who believe in or advocate the practice of polygamy
3. Paupers, vagrant and beggars
4. Unskilled manual laborers
5. Indigent
6. Those who entered the country through misrepresentation
7. Those who entered the country without inspection and admission
8. Those who are drunk and disorderly at the port of entry
9. Those who refuse to comply with inspection procedures
10. Those who display unruly behavior or discourtesy to immigration official
11. Illegal entrants
12. In violation of the condition of limitation of stay
13. Overstaying for more than one year
14. Cancelled visa
15. Undocumented
16. Improperly documented

Five (5) years

Five (5) years from date of actual implementation of deportation order for foreign nationals who were deported under the following grounds:

1. Engaging in profiteering hoarding, or black-marketing
2. Defrauding of creditors
3. Undesirability

Ten (10) years

Ten (10) years from date of actual exclusion or implementation of deportation order for foreign nationals who were deported under the following grounds:

1. Conviction for a crime involving moral turpitude  What is Moral Turpitude?
2. Conviction for a crime under Section 45 and 46 of the PIA, Alien Registration Act or the Naturalization Law.

Never

Foreign nationals who were excluded/deported under the following grounds shall not be qualified for lifting of entries from the blacklist
unless otherwise ordered by the Secretary of Justice for lifting.

1. Involvement in subversive activities
2. Conviction for a crime involving prohibited drugs
3. Registered sex offender

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  1. Matthew

    I am been blacklisted by Philippines on Feb 2013 due to overstay. So when i can enter again Philippines than?

  2. landry

    Hello I want to know if there is a fee to pay to lift your name on Philippines immigration blacklist ? If yes how much for different cases

    1. James Bond

      How does one go about having name removed from Philippine BLACK LIST and is there a fee and what document are required??

    2. James Bond

      What is the procedure to having name removed from Philippine BLACK LIST and what document are required??

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