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    for overstaying foreigner, it can range up to 40 - 60,000 pesos or approximately around 1, 500 USD. My colleague did just that... Higher for longer periods, and could possibly include jail term if the length of overstaying is long.. almost 4 years ago

    Answered by Ian via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
    • Thank you for answering my question, really appreciated.. Actually my friend is a filipino US citizen. is it the same? Glo almost 4 years ago
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    Thank you for answering my question, really appreciated.. Actually my friend is a filipino US citizen. is it the same? almost 4 years ago

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    Does not matter... It's all about citizenship and not race. My colleague is technically 100% filipino, being born with filipino parents but with an american citizenship.

    Dual citizenship is a different story. almost 4 years ago

    Answered by Ian via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Try Balikbayan visa if you are a u.s citizen but a Pilipino national it is good for one year and it's free. You apply upon entering the Philippines at immigration counter at Ninoy Airport over 3 years ago

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