Guidelines On The Entry Of Temporary Visitors To The Philippines
Nationals from countries listed below who are travelling to the Philippines for business and tourism purposes are allowed to enter the Philippines without visas for a stay not exceeding thirty (30) days, provided they hold valid tickets for their return journey to port of origin or next port of destination and their passports valid for a period of at least six (6) months beyond the contemplated period of stay.
Nationals from the following countries are allowed to enter the Philippines without a visa for a period of stay of thirty (30) days or less:
Antigua and Barbuda
Brazil (59 Days)
Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Israel (59 days)
Lao People’s Democratic Republic
Papua New Guinea
Republic of Korea
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sao Tome and Principe
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
United Republic of Tanzania
United States of America
The following are allowed to enter the Philippines without a visa for a stay not exceeding fifty-nine (59) days:
- Holders of Brazil passports
- Holders of Israel passports
The following are allowed to enter the Philippines without a visa for a stay not exceeding seven (7) days:
- Holders of Hong Kong Special Administrative (SAR) passports
- Holders of British National Overseas (BNO) passports
- Holders of Portuguese Passports issued in Macao
- Holders of Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) passports
Nationals who are subjects of deportation/blacklist orders of the Department and the Bureau of Immigration shall not be admitted to the Philippines.
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I’m Traveling to cebu Philippines From the US on my passport that’s good over 6 months what’s I arrive I may stay more than 30 days probly about 45 days can I apply for a Visa at the emigration office and how long does it take to get the Visa And how much are the fees thank you very much
The first extension to a visa can take 1-3 hours, at an immigration office, and extends your stay to 60 days.
The cost was 3,030 pisos last time I did one. It might be heading towards 4,000 pisos.
Some people have extended at the airport as soon as they arrive, but I have never experienced that, and I have heard others say they tried but were not allowed to.