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Old 18th June 2018, 07:01 AM
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Default Exit Clearance or ECC A or B

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Originally Posted by Manitoba View Post
I am 99.9% sure that as an SRRV holder I don't need an ECC (exit clearance certificate) to depart even after a more than 6 month stay.

However I cannot find a definitive statement on an official web site to that effect. I have found it on several informational pages that people have , it is on some forums and there are numerous references to some guy who checked with an official and it is confirmed but no actual BI or PRA "official" web site that actually states that fact.

Everything says that you need an ACR card to get a ECC but since SRRV is ACR exempt it follows that we don't need one but I'd like to have something to back that up for going through teh airport since I've been here more than 6 months.

Anyone have an official link?

Anyone have any experience being asked for it when exiting? If the BI people at the airport are all generally aware of the non-requirement than it should not be an issue.

Here's the new PRA website https://pra.gov.ph/ Things may have changed it appears here's another link for contacting PBI https://www.facebook.com/officialbureauofimmigration
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Last edited by M.C.A.; 18th June 2018 at 07:22 AM. Reason: SRRV
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