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Old 22nd May 2019, 08:04 AM
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Default Visa extension

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Originally Posted by cereco View Post
I went for my first ever visa extension in Marquee Mall, Angeles City yesterday.

The entire process took less than five minutes and they will also give me an Alien Certificate of Registration card in one month's time.

I was able to collect my passport after 5.00 pm on the same day.

It was a lot more expensive than I expected, as they charged me for their 'express service' without telling me. It came to PHP 8,042.50
Hi Cereco, yes as a tourist Visa costs can add up do you have any plans for marriage 13a Visa or possibly purchasing a condo you could qualify for an SRRV so two different Visa's without the tourist charges. P.S. those extra charges are nothing new sadly.
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