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Old 12th January 2014, 12:11 AM
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Originally Posted by JimnNila143 View Post
I have been an Permanent Resident for 4 years with an ACR card. Each year my wife goes in and pays the fee which is about 330 pesos. This year, 2014, I had to go in and fill out an application form, with 2X2 ID photo, get finger printed, and once submitted, my wife paid the 330 pesos. Took about 2 hours to finish in Manila. We went to the BI in Intramuros.
Do they take the photo, finger prints at the PBI or? They had me do this after 4 years also, I had to get finger print copies in a room upstairs and then bring them down and had to pay at 3 different windows...man that seems redundant because they keep all this stuff on computer and the card itself has a chip in it, wonder what the application form is for?

Is this something they do every 4 years?
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