Hi , i was permanent resident under 13a, i downgraded my visa to tourist since i am divorced, i will go next week to apply the new stamps on my passport ; WHAT will happens? will i have to go out of the country or will i get a tourist visa that i can extend ??
21. April 2017
If you got your first downgrade from 13a without any difficulty you will just be required to update your tourist visa.
The tourist visa does require that you leave the country, only for 24 hours) IF and only if your stay on a tourist visa exceeds 3 years.
The other expense you will incur if your downgraded visa was only two months, is the tourist visa ACR which is $50 US annually.
In case you were not aware there is a long stay tourist visa, which lasts 6 months at a time and is less expensive than getting three two month visas and you save visits to BI
Hello! I am a US citizen with permanent resident visa status, and my son is a dual citizen (Philippine citizen by birth to a Filipino father, and US citizen by CRBA); both of his passports are valid, and we reside here in the Philippines. Do I need to secure an ACR-Identity Card (I-Card) for my son ? Thank you.
20. April 2017
No acr card required for those with philippines citizenship. You don’t require a visa for him either. Make sure you keep that both those passports up to date. You are well prepared better than most, to give your son the best of both worlds.
how can i check via online my drivers license citations and violations cause i lost my tickets
8. April 2017
If you were apprehended in Metro Manila you can go to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) website .
The project, dubbed “Na-HuliCam Ka Ba?” allows motorists to check if the MMDA’s closed circuit television cameras have caught them breaking traffic rules since the policy was enforced on April 15 2016
To verify any traffic violations, motorists can go HERE and type in their vehicle’s license plate number. The database will inform motorists of the specific violation, the time and place where it was committed, and the status of the official notice that they will receive from the MMDA.
The service does not operate elsewhere in the Philippines and you would need to go personally to you LTO office to get these details.
I am asking on behalf of my partner who is Filipino National. She holds Filipino Passport. We hope to gain visa to Australia for holiday stay. What other exit requirements or certificates will she need to apply for. Thank You
28. March 2017
A passport with more than six months to expiry with the visa attached
She will need to pay travel tax on departure
Everything else will be captured during the visa application process
Have a great holiday
Is it ok to transfer the vehicle if it’s not registered
27. March 2017
No, how do you drive it for the motor vehicle inspection
The process is as follows:
19. TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF PRIVATE MVs/MCs
Original copy of the Certificate of Registration (CR) or Certificate of Registration Encumbered (CRE)
Original copy of official receipt of payment of latest MVUC and other fees
Original copy of the Deed of Sale/ Transfer/ Conveyance
Confirmation of CR/OR in case the transacting district office is different from the district office that issued the current certificate of registration
Written consent from the financing company in case of CRE
PNP-TMG MV Clearance Certificate
Duly accomplished and approved Motor Vehicle Inspection Report (MVIR)
Appropriate Insurance Certificate of Cover
Taxpayer’s Identification Number (TIN)
1. Proceed to the transaction counters and submit all the required documents to the Evaluator for evaluation and computation of fees.
2. Actual inspection of motor vehicles with duly accomplished MVIR. (This form is available for download here. You can accomplish this form prior to transacting your business at the LTO.)
3. Proceed to the Cashier when your name is called for the necessary fees and obtain an Official Receipt (OR).
4. Proceed to the Releasing Counter when your name is called to obtain the Certificate of Registration (CR), plates, stickers, and other requested documents.
Any Online District Office except PUVRC and PUVREC