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Old 26th April 2019, 06:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Zep View Post
Well I figured this was something that had to be done online. So are you able to go to a NBI office and pay the fee and schedule an appointment? It would be another 80km drive for me but I gotta get this over with at some point.

Trying to do the 13a thing as well. Website says I don't need a NBI if I have been in the PI for less than 6 months but they tell me I do at the office.
If you don't have a police records check from your home state then after 6 months you have the option of an NBI clearance but I thought the Philippine Bureau of Immigration set this up along with your 13A.

Agree with you and what a pain having to travel long distances to get stuff done and Manila of all places with all its traffic. Do you live near a PBI Satellite Office? And if so possibly they'd have an NBI office also in that region.

There appear to be several satellite offices in your area:
BI Batangas Field Office, BI San Fernando District Office, BI Olongapo Field Office, BI Clark One Stop Shop, BI Subic One Stop Shop all can handle a 13A Visa they are all considered "Class A" offices. Annual Report

Click on this map and it gives phone numbers and addresses to each PBI Satellite Office. Directory of Transactions
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