How many days can I stay in Philippines without a visa?

How long can a foreigner stay in the Philippines?

Most foreign nationals are given a 30-day period to stay in the country upon arrival, but that initial stay can be as few as 7 days and as many as 59 days, depending on the visitor’s country of origin. This initial stay can be extended to a maximum stay of 16 months.

How can I stay in the Philippines for more than 30 days?

Tourists wishing to stay longer than 30 days should apply for a single-entry visa in advance, which allows stays of up to 59 days, or apply for an extension once in the Philippines at any Bureau of Immigration (www.immigration.gov.ph).

Can foreigners live in the Philippines?

Yes, under the Philippine Immigration Act of 1940, Section 13 (a) you are eligible for permanent residency in the Philippines. This visa is issued to an alien on the basis of his valid marriage to a Philippine citizen.

Can a US citizen stay in the Philippines for more than a year?

The Embassy issues single-entry visas valid for 3 months, and multiple-entry visas valid for 6 months or 1 year. For all visas, visitors are allowed a maximum 59 days per stay (meaning if you have a multiple-entry visa, you will need to exit the and re-enter Philippines after 59 days in the country).

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What happens if you overstay your visa in the Philippines?

You are considered to have overstayed if you have exceeded the maximum number of days your visa allows. In the worst-case scenario, offenders will be deported and never allowed back into the country again. The standard fine is P500 per month overstayed.

How much is the penalty for overstaying in the Philippines?

Fine for Overstaying – (additional) Php 500.00 per month. Motion for Reconsideration for Overstaying – (additional) Php 500.00 + Php 10.00 (LRF)

Extension of Authorized stay Beyond 59 days.

ITEM DESCRIPTION MINOR Below 14 years old
1 month 2 month
Every month of extension Php 500. 00 Php 1, 000. 00
Application fee 300. 00 300. 00

How can I stay in the Philippines permanently?

You can apply for a Philippines Long-Stay Visa in one of two ways:

  1. At an Embassy or Consulate of the Philippines abroad; or.
  2. At the Bureau of Immigration in the Philippines, in which case you have to enter with a regular Tourist Visa and then convert it at the BI into the type of visa you need.

How long can I stay in the Philippines if I am married to a Filipina?

Upon getting the visa, you’ll be allowed to stay in the country for one year and can be extended for another 2-10 years.