BI to gov’t staff, minors, foreigners: Put together to current required paperwork to journey 

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) on Friday said government workers, minors, and foreign tourists need to submit additional documents before being cleared for departure.


MANILA, Philippines — The Bureau of Immigration (BI) on Friday stated authorities staff, minors, and overseas vacationers should submit further paperwork earlier than being cleared for departure.

The BI made the reminder given the vacation rush this Holy Week.

Filipino authorities officers and workers are required to current their required authority to journey overseas from their respective division heads, whereas unaccompanied minors ought to have the mandatory clearance from the Division of Social Welfare and Growth earlier than their flight.

Overseas vacationers who’ve stayed within the nation for greater than six months ought to safe their emigration clearance certificates in any of the completely different BI’s district, area, satellite tv for pc, and extension workplaces nationwide.

Registered foreigners with ACR I-Playing cards might safe their re-entry permits in different BI Places of work or on the BI NAIA one-stop-shop earlier than continuing to their flight.

The bureau has been hounded by complaints of irregular necessities of immigration officers.

These points got here to gentle when a now-viral video of a Filipino lady who ranted about an immigration officer that barraged her with “irrelevant questions” — even asking if she introduced her yearbook along with her — which resulted in her lacking her flight sure for Israel.—MJ Soriano, trainee


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