January 17, 2020

Guidelines for 2020 Annual Report for Foreign Nationals

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  • The Bureau of Immigration (BI) reminds all foreign nationals registered with the agency to file their annual report until February 29, Saturday. All registered aliens must report in person to the immigration office of their locality.

    This reporting of aliens within the first sixty (60) days of every calendar year is required under the 1950 Alien Registration Act.

    Also read: Expats’ Guide: Annual Report for Foreigners

    Bureau of Immigration, Republic of the Philippinesさんの投稿 2020年1月2日木曜日

    There are exemptions from personal appearance:

    • those below 14 years old,
    • those who are 65 years old and above,
    • those who are mentally or physically incapacitated with PWD ID presented,
    • and pregnant women who are confined with a medical certificate provided. A request for exemption must be presented one-week in advance to the filing.

    Reporting may be done at the BI’s main office at Magallanes Dr., Intramuros, Manila or at authorized satellite/extension offices. The official list for 2020 was posted alongside the BI guidelines as shown below:

    The BI guidelines for the 2020 annual reporting also included the list of requirements:

    • Personal Appearance
      • Original ACR I-Card or original paper-based ACR
      • Valid Passport
      • Re-stamping of the new RA7919 security visa imprint for RA7919 cardholders
    • Authorized Representative by Aliens Exempt from Personal Appearance
      • Original ACR I-Card or original paper-based ACR
      • Applicant’s Valid Passport
      • Special Power of Attorney (SPA) with a valid government-issued ID of the legal representative
      • Applicant’s PWD ID or medical certificate

    REMINDER We would like to remind the public that the deadline of filing for Annual Report is on 03 March 2016. For…

    Bureau of Immigration, Republic of the Philippinesさんの投稿 2016年2月28日日曜日

    The regular annual report fee is Php 300 plus a Legal Research Fee of Php 10. Lawyer Jose Carlitos Licas, BI alien registration division chief urged foreigners to report early and avoid the deadline rush to avoid inconvenience.

    Failure to report within the given period will be subject to a fine of Php 200 per month of delay. They will also be required to submit a written Motion for Reconsideration along with an additional fee of Php 500 and Legal Research Fee of Php 10.

    For queries and other information, visit the Bureau of Immigration’s website at www.immigration.gov.ph

    Source: Bureau of Immigration
    Featured image grabbed from Bureau of Immigration Facebook Page

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