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I read some comments from other boards and some expats were told to download and bring their own forms...OK so I went to the website and they have two different downloadable forms, does anyone know which form is for a I-Card 13a non-Immigrant? form A or form B, been looking and checking on the PBI website but not much information other spots on the internet are just as clueless.

Here's the spot for downloading the 2014 form but like I said it has two different forms.

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Annual Report A for all types of visa excep EO 324 and RA 7919
Annual Report B is for those 2 exceptions


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Thank You acton98.... I also seen that I'm supposed to have a receipt from last year, Hugh? I don't recall them ever asking me for a receipt, only they took my card scanned in a tiny machine and collect my 310 peso's and the years before same thing.

Will dig in my wallet and everywhere else for the receipt.

I couldn't find out what those exemptions mean or what they are.

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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?
For me they did it on my 4th Anniversary of being a Permanent Resident, but they may have you do this annually which is not that big of a deal, especially for me. One should be able to go to any main or satellite PBI office and get this done because everything is on computer and all offices are linked with the main office in Manila.

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For me they did it on my 4th Anniversary of being a Permanent Resident, but they may have you do this annually which is not that big of a deal, especially for me. One should be able to go to any main or satellite PBI office and get this done because everything is on computer and all offices are linked with the main office in Manila.
I find that hard to believe that ALL satellite offices are connected. When the main office isn't interconnected. As far as how things worked in past. I've only been here a couple of years and have never done the same thing the same way twice.
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For me they did it on my 4th Anniversary of being a Permanent Resident, but they may have you do this annually which is not that big of a deal, especially for me. One should be able to go to any main or satellite PBI office and get this done because everything is on computer and all offices are linked with the main office in Manila.
According to the PBI website it's just something they are doing because of fraud and they also want to see the Immigrant (no travel agencies) unless he's under a certain age, I think it's 15 or in hospital, jail and those guys still have requirements also.

Defeats the whole purpose of getting this card, I performed all the paper work in the US but....lol, IAW PBI website the card is supposed to make things easier but? I had my package back in 2007 and brought it here only to be sent to a doctor's office and redo and copy the paper again... lol and at the time I was told to use a fixer I couldn't do it by myself the agent at that time wouldn't even talk to me so that was an additional 500 Peso's, (old building to the right), so with my package already completed from the states it took all day long and I had to show up two weeks later to get my I-Card.
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