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Bureau of Immigration, Republic of the Philippines
December 27, 2018 at 11:25 AM ·
ADVISORY:

ANNUAL REPORT 2019

Pursuant to Section 10 of Republic Act No. 562, as amended, also known as the "Alien Registration Act of 1950", ALL registered aliens shall, within the first sixty (60) days of every calendar year or from 01 January 2019 until 01 March 2019, report in person to the Bureau of Immigration (BI) Main Office at Intramuros, Manila; or to the nearest participating offices. The parent or legal guardian of an alien who is less than fourteen (14) years of age shall have the duty of reporting for such alien.

The alien/reportee shall present the following immigration documents, namely:

a.) Original ACR I-Card of card holders or original paper-based ACR; and

b.) Valid passport.

Failure to make the report shall cause the cancellation of the corresponding registration certificate.

For strict compliance. Reference PBI Offical Facebook site https://www.facebook.com/officialbureauofimmigration/

The online Annual Report Online form (confirmation number), located to the left side of link the blue box. Home This is a multiple paged fill out but when printed will be one page with a confirmation number and you can save to file and used for checking in to the Philippine Bureau of Immigration main office or satellite offices. Link to PBI Satellite Offices in your area. Directory of Transactions
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Will be doing my reporting at the Santa Rosa city hall office on the 16th Jan,driver already booked,.
Then to S&R for Garlic shrimp pizza and some shopping then home
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wow expatuk, i hope you are feeling ok to ride home after eating all that pizza. hahahah

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SRRV holders are exempt from this requirement.
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I had major surgery less than one month ago but luckily still able to travel to take care of this. But it got me to thinking. What happens if one is in the hospital, at home recovering, or if the person is no longer able to travel to do this every year. Are they automatically dropped and listed as an overstay or does the BI provide for this and send a worker to the hospital or the home?


A friend of mine from the US died from Alzheimer here in the Philippines about 4 years ago and during the last three years of his life he was truly unable to register at any BI office. Never thought to ask his wife about it but after my recent experience it makes me wonder.
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Good question Gene, I found a link from the Philippine Bureau of Immigration for the Annual Report Annual Report (A.R.) IAW this link the fee for missing the Jan - Feb annual check-in is 200 pesos per month and if I'm not mistaken your wife can handle this process if you are ill she needs the card and probably another ID.

I had no idea that I needed to check in annually from Jan - Feb and also I had been back in the US for 3 years and I went to Immigration and got a whopping 14,000 peso fee, this was back in 2010 but since then they have a cap on fines of 2,000 pesos per year if missed.

Another important note our ACR cards, these cards have to be renewed they expire every 5 years, I talked with another expat today and he had no idea until he performed his annual check-in (check the back of your cards) and so he's paying some hefty penalty fees for being late on card renewal something like 14,000 pesos.

So if your ACR Card has expired or for future reference here's a link to the checklist and download forms. Renewal of ACR I-CARD
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Good question Gene, I found a link from the Philippine Bureau of Immigration for the Annual Report Annual Report (A.R.) IAW this link the fee for missing the Jan - Feb annual check-in is 200 pesos per month and if I'm not mistaken your wife can handle this process if you are ill she needs the card and probably another ID.

I had no idea that I needed to check in annually from Jan - Feb and also I had been back in the US for 3 years and I went to Immigration and got a whopping 14,000 peso fee, this was back in 2010 but since then they have a cap on fines of 2,000 pesos per year if missed.

Another important note our ACR cards, these cards have to be renewed they expire every 5 years, I talked with another expat today and he had no idea until he performed his annual check-in (check the back of your cards) and so he's paying some hefty penalty fees for being late on card renewal something like 14,000 pesos.

So if your ACR Card has expired or for future reference here's a link to the checklist and download forms. Renewal of ACR I-CARD
Hi Mark, thanks for the info and the links. My ACR is still good but good info to know. We will be doing mine before long and if I remember while there I'll ask to be sure. Seems like there should or would be a provision if a person is unable to travel or in hospital. Certainly hope that none of us will ever have to deal with it. We always use the main office in Manila as it gives us a good excuse to get outa the province and into civilation for overnight and some shopping etc. Guess I won't be doing much shopping while recovering from the surgery but will sure be nice to ride down there and just look around.
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Was a MESS today in Dasmarinas...they never got to 1 renewal...first they said the "guy" was not in "yet" that handled that. That went on until 12 noon...at 130 pm they stop taking names on a sign up sheet now stating "something is wrong with the computer in Manila" There is no winning that argument so I left and will try later in the month...some 90 signed up and a big fat goose egg were renewed.
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I had major surgery less than one month ago but luckily still able to travel to take care of this. But it got me to thinking. What happens if one is in the hospital, at home recovering, or if the person is no longer able to travel to do this every year. Are they automatically dropped and listed as an overstay or does the BI provide for this and send a worker to the hospital or the home?


A friend of mine from the US died from Alzheimer here in the Philippines about 4 years ago and during the last three years of his life he was truly unable to register at any BI office. Never thought to ask his wife about it but after my recent experience it makes me wonder.
There is a provision that allows someone to do the annual report for you if you are physically unable to.

http://immigration.gov.ph/images/Ann...nualReport.pdf

V. EXEMPT FROM PERSONAL APPEARANCE

a. Those who are below 14 years old;
b. Those who are 65 years old and above;
c. Those who are mentally or physically incapacitated. Provided, a
medical certificate issued by the hospital where such alien is
confined, with a one-week advance written request for
exemption, subject to the Chief ARD approval.
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