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Old 17th July 2020, 05:18 AM
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Perhaps told somewhere in this forum allready? I haven't read all

"Previously, only Filipinos, their spouse and children"
The last I heared only foreigners, who HAVE long stay visas allready, can get in (if fullfil the other demands)
as spouses with 13 a
and permanent living retired with SRRV
so NOT spouses with tourist visa or balinkbayan.

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so NOT spouses with tourist visa or balinkbayan.
Both foreign husbands and foreign fathers can enter with an embassy-supplied tourist visa
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Both foreign husbands and foreign fathers can enter with an embassy-supplied tourist visa
Realy? That's NOT a "long stay visa" it's said in news is demanded to have BEFORE entering.
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Realy? That's NOT a "long stay visa" it's said in news is demanded to have BEFORE entering.

https://philippineembassy-usa.org/visa/

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That don't say same as the news in the Philippines, which say the foreigner have to have a LONG stay visa allready. (I didn't made notes of sourse, because I have no use of it myself, but I saw it 1-2 days ago plus one of my "personal news" from Filipino friends said the same as that news I did read.)

BUT I hope yours is correct because that make more sence, because rather many foreigners with Filipino spouse haven't bother to get more than tourist visa extensions/balinkbayan.

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That don't say same as the news in the Philippines, which say the foreigner have to have a LONG stay visa allready. (I didn't made notes of sourse, because I have no use of it myself, but I saw it 1-2 days ago plus one of my "personal news" from Filipino friends said the same as that news I did read.)

BUT I hope yours is correct because that make more sence, because rather many foreigners with Filipino spouse haven't bother to get more than tourist visa extensions/balinkbayan.
Actually the policy was if you had the long term visa already and spouse/children you could return. What has changed is now if you have a spouse/children you can apply for a 9a. No clarification yet that I have seen for apply for 13a currently in home country.

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What has changed is now if you have a spouse/children you can apply for a 9a.
And if it's a permanent change, it means that the 9a 'tourist visa' + birth certificate becomes something like a 'family visa'.
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Actually the policy was if you had the long term visa already and spouse/children you could return. What has changed is now if you have a spouse/children you can apply for a 9a. No clarification yet that I have seen for apply for 13a currently in home country.

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A neighbor who is married but never had a long term visa got his 9A multiple entry visa today, from the Embassy in San Francisco. All done by courier, only took a week. He had to supply marriage docs, etc.
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