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Travel Requirements for Filipino Dual Citizens
« on: May 16, 2010, 05:18:20 PM »
For Dual Citizenship

PROOF OF PHILIPPINE CITIZENSHIP

Only the following shall be considered as substantial proof of Philippine citizenship:

1.    Genuine and valid Philippine passport; and
2.    Original Identification Certificate issued by this Bureau.

ARRIVAL AND STAY

1.    Filipinos with dual or multiple citizenship shall present, upon arrival in any port of entry in the Philippines, either a Philippine or foreign passport.

2.    Filipinos with dual or multiple citizenship, who represents a foreign passport, may be admitted for an indefinite period of stay, being a Filipino, provided, he/she possesses and shows a genuine and valid Philippine passport and/or Identification Certificate. In the foreign passport, the immigration officer shall put either of the following notation on the provision for the authorized stay in the arrival stamp:

  L“IC” – if an Identification Certificate is presented.
DEPARTURE

Filipinos with dual or multiple citizenship, who presented a foreign passport at the time of their admission into the Philippines may be cleared for departure without need of surrendering a certificate, permit or proof of payment of imposable immigration fees, provided, he/she also shows a genuine and valid passport and/or Identification Certificate. However, if the Filipino does not have a Philippine passport, an Emigration Clearance Certificate (ECC) fee of P710.00 shall be charged for using a foreign passport upon departure.

In the arrival, stay and departure of Filipinos with dual or multiple citizenship, where the Filipino presents a Philippine passport and a foreign passport, the arrival or departure stamp shall be stamped on both passports. In the foreign passport, the immigration officer shall put either of the following notations on the provision for the authorized stay in the arrival or departure stamp:

“PP”- if a Philippine passport is also presented, or
        “IC” – if an Identification Certificate is presented.

(MEMORANDUM ORDER NO. AFFJr.  – 04 – 025 dated 14 December 2004).
source: Bureau of Immigration
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