How Much is a Visa to enter the Philippines as a Tourist
Visitors from most countries are allowed to enter the Philippines Visa Free for 30 days, but if staying longer, then they must get an extension from the Bureau of Immigration.
The cost for this is 3,030 pesos, as shown at www.immigration.gov.ph/…/visa-waiver. Last checked November 2019.
These figures are for Non-Visa Required Nationals.
Fees for the subsequent Visa Extensions are quoted as:
4,400 pesos One Month
4,900 pesos Two Months
A Tourist ACR I-Card is also required after the first 59 days stay, and this has a cost of US$50 + 500 pesos., and is valid for one year.
Those Visitors wishing to extend for 6 months can do so, at some BoI offices, for the current quoted price of 11,500 pesos.
One or Two Month Visa Extension Costs
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How much is the payment of extension visa that end Oct 26,2022 failed to pay the 1 month of extension and I got alien card
WAS WONDERING ROUGHLY, IF U WOULD WHAT A17 MONTH OVERSTAY FROM MARCH 17th MIGHT BE… MANY THANKS… BARRY…!
It is basically the normal missed visa costs plus the penalties, so about 45,000 pesos.
How much are the Penalties for Overstaying as a Tourist in the Philippines?
However, it can be higher. I have seen this example: 79,500 for a 19 months overstay.
The rules vary, after all it is the Philippines. Immigration will determine the exact cost when you visit their office.
Another rule that is often not followed is this:
Foreigners who have overstayed for more than twelve (12) months regardless if their stay is within the maximum allowable period or those found to be overstaying by virtue to a complaint or Mission Order regardless of the period shall be referred for deportation.
Many people seem to not get affected by that.
hi, my swiss friend is a senior and about to expire the visa and alien card. can i renew on his behalf since it is gcq? if yes, do i need special power of attorney? thanks
Travel agents used to be able to be able to do this. It might be worth asking if they still do. They may be able to update you with the current rules on this.