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Old 13th November 2017, 01:31 AM
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I have the ACR-I card that has expired since I left the phillipines but now I am returning. I wonder if I can renew the card or I have to start over after I am there 59 days?

Anybody know or have done this before?

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Tourist ACR cards expire after 1 year. 13a every 5 years. Once expired you just apply for another.
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Apply for another one. As long as you pay, who cares?

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If you are a tourist then the ACR card will expire if you leave the country, meaning if you return you need to apply for a new ACR card after 59 days. I'm not sure what happens for other ACR Cards (resident/worker).
Assuming you are on a tourist ACR card, you would not be able to renew your previous card. Even if the card was still valid you would need to get a new ACR card after 59 days.

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I will enter next time on a BB privilege. What type of ACR card do I need and is it easy to get? Thanks guys

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If you are entering in BB you won?t need an ACR.
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Just make sure she carries the marriage certificate with her.
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If you are entering in BB you won?t need an ACR.
BB is supreme !
Just make sure she carries the marriage certificate with her.
Do I not need one for driving license etc?

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Your passport will be stamped with BB and date of entry (check) and that what you will use.
It?s a small red stamp.
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Do I not need one for driving license etc?
Supposedly you need a visa for over a year to get a drivers license, but that depends on the LTO office you go to. Rule became effective in 2016 if I remember correctly. While you are not required to have an ACR card on a BB, according to the BI site you can still request one. ACR is a handy identification when doing business versus carrying your passport. Cost $50.

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Do I not need one for driving license etc?
On the BB stamp you do not have to get an ACR, but you can choose to get one if you want. Some banks want it for opening an account. The ACR is optional on the BB stamp.
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