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Old 23rd May 2020, 11:48 PM
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I'm wondering when his Visa expired, specifically if it was in the past few months...
I understand where you are coming from Shadowman as I too live here on an expired visa and I'm thankful that the Philippines government recognises the situation through our current climate and has granted amnesty for 30 days once things open up again so I doubt very much immi would say his visa expired through this lock down period.

Only an observation, he lives in an apparent affluent area (not short of money) and sprouts he has 80 Filipino employees, he should know better than to test the law. Alcohol fuelled bravado has cost him dearly.

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I think he might be in trouble. It will depend on how the judge looks at all his charges. they should deport him. He thought since he has a lot of money he could do what he wants there.

LOOK AT ALL THE CHARGES AGAINST HIM. I wonder if they will just fine him heavy to get money or will deport him?????????????

The foreigner, Javier Parra Salvador of Spain, was charged with direct assault, resistance, and disobedience to a person of authority, unjust vexation, and violation of the "Bayanihan to Heal As One Act" for failure to wear a face mask in public.

Madrona responded to a complaint from the homeowners association of Dasmarinas Village that the house help of Salvador was not wearing a face mask while watering plants on the street in front of their house.

When he went to Salvador's residence, Madrona was confronted by the Spaniard, who yelled at the policeman and told him to leave.

I SAY DEPORT HIM!!!!!!

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I think he might be in trouble. It will depend on how the judge looks at all his charges. they should deport him. He thought since he has a lot of money he could do what he wants there.

LOOK AT ALL THE CHARGES AGAINST HIM. I wonder if they will just fine him heavy to get money or will deport him?????????????

The foreigner, Javier Parra Salvador of Spain, was charged with direct assault, resistance, and disobedience to a person of authority, unjust vexation, and violation of the "Bayanihan to Heal As One Act" for failure to wear a face mask in public.

Madrona responded to a complaint from the homeowners association of Dasmarinas Village that the house help of Salvador was not wearing a face mask while watering plants on the street in front of their house.

When he went to Salvador's residence, Madrona was confronted by the Spaniard, who yelled at the policeman and told him to leave.

I SAY DEPORT HIM!!!!!!

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This expat was deported the day he got caught on video and no amount of money or size of his business will stop that from happening it usually takes from one - two months but because of this quarantine it's might take longer, there's not a lawyer that can get him off the charges or any plea deal that will work... it doesn't work that way here.

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Hey M.C.A.,

I guess what makes me so mad at people like that is the ones that come to the USA to live and then want to change our laws here. When I lived in the Philippines I obeyed their laws. I am a guest there and should treat the authorities with respect.

This Spaniard wanted to belittle this police officer that was trying to do his job. He thought his money make him better then the officer there. I hope they do the right thing and DEPORT HIM!

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I doubt very much immi would say his visa expired through this lock down period.
Considering "the deportation case is separate from criminal charges filed by the police" perhaps they removed his amnesty to proceed with deportation quickly, or to threaten deportation? Also isn't he married on a 13a visa? They don't mention how long he's overstayed.

I mean if his visa expired a year ago, for example, he deserves deportation just for being that incomprehensibly dumb.
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Considering "the deportation case is separate from criminal charges filed by the police" perhaps they removed his amnesty to proceed with deportation quickly, or to threaten deportation? Also isn't he married on a 13a visa? They don't mention how long he's overstayed.

I mean if his visa expired a year ago, for example, he deserves deportation just for being that incomprehensibly dumb.
Ben told me last night that he read on FB that this guy has already gone, I asked to see the info but it was late so will chase it up today.
Apparently the Filipino people are following this case very closely according to Ben.

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This expat was deported the day he got caught on video and no amount of money or size of his business will stop that from happening it usually takes from one - two months but because of this quarantine it's might take longer, there's not a lawyer that can get him off the charges or any plea deal that will work... it doesn't work that way here.
If he had not been caught on video and the video had not gone viral ( sorry for the bad pun) then he might have had a chance.

Once it went viral, the government had no choice but to be very strict and not be seen as letting him get away with anything.

All shows the power of face in the Philippine culture.
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From the BI news page from last Friday:

http://immigration.gov.ph/images/New...ay22_Press.pdf

It appears he is still here unless they shoved him on a plane over the weekend.

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Holly Cow. this Spaniard should catch a flight to his home country if he is allowed to leave the Philippines.

Maybe he is not allowed to leave with the criminal charges against him. Does he actually think not accepting the notices sent to him will work in court?

I think he has ruin his chances of ever staying in the Philippines anymore from reading the PRESS RELEASE from May 22nd. Why haven't the local authorities picked him up with an arrest warrant?

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I am not in any way supporting the actions of the Spanish expat that got caught up in all this bullcrap. He was totally out of order swearing at the cops etc etc.
However, if you get a chance to see the full video, unfortunately I can't find the link at the moment, the cop actually entered his property and wrestled him to the ground, whilst the wife stood there pleading with the cop Please Kuya he has a back injury, you will kill him, please stop. But no chance, the cop was hell bent on arresting the guy, who arguably shouldn't have resisted, but bear in mind it was on his private property and the cops had no authority to enter, no warrant etc.
There are always two sides to a story.

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