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grens terug open voor tourisme
« Gepost op: zaterdag 1 mei 2021, 10:31:37 »
iemand enig idee wanneer de filipijnen de grens terug wil open doen voor buitenlanders

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Re: grens terug open voor tourisme
« Reactie #1 Gepost op: zaterdag 1 mei 2021, 10:39:19 »

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Re: grens terug open voor tourisme
« Reactie #2 Gepost op: zaterdag 1 mei 2021, 13:52:08 »
Hi als ik het goed lees NIET voor Touristen ..... :jajaja:  :jajaja:  :jajaja:

mvG

Pinkpanther   :hoedjeaf:  :hoedjeaf:  :hoedjeaf:


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Re: grens terug open voor tourisme
« Reactie #3 Gepost op: zaterdag 1 mei 2021, 14:19:02 »
Klopt, alleen met geldige visa....

Correct info hier.

https://www.facebook.com/officialbureauofimmigration/

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Re: grens terug open voor tourisme
« Reactie #4 Gepost op: zondag 2 mei 2021, 08:09:28 »
BALIKBAYAN OOK OPNIEUW TOEGELATEN

PRESS RELEASE
2021 April 30
Aliens with immigrant, non-immigrant Visas
may enter PH beginning May 1
PASAY, Philippines—Bureau of Immigration (BI) Commissioner Jaime Morente
announced that they will be implementing the resolution of the Inter-Agency Task Force
for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) allowing the entry of aliens
with valid and existing visas beginning May 1.
According to the BI, this includes aliens with existing immigrant and non-immigrant
visas.
“In compliance to the IATF ruling, foreign residents, students, investors, and
workers who are holding valid and existing visas may now return to the Philippines,” said
Morente.
Additionally, foreign nationals qualified under the government’s Republic Act No.
6768 or the Balikbayan Program may also be allowed to enter visa free.
The said program allows the spouse and the children of a Filipino national traveling
with the Filipino spouse or parent, or a former Filipino who has acquired the citizenship of
another country, to enter visa free if part of the 157 countries covered by EO 408.
Morente added that foreign nationals who are holders of valid and existing Special
Resident and Retirees Visa (SRRV) or Section 9(a) temporary visitors’ visas, may be allowed
entry provided they present an entry exemption document issued by the Department of
Foreign Affairs upon arrival.
Arriving passengers, except for diplomats and members of international
organizations holding Section 9(e) visas, are required to present a pre-booked
accommodation for at least 7 nights in an accredited quarantine hotel of facility, and are
subject to Covid-19 testing at the quarantine facility on the 6th day from date of arrival.

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Re: grens terug open voor tourisme
« Reactie #5 Gepost op: zondag 2 mei 2021, 09:31:07 »
Klopt, balikbayan mag nu zonder Filipijn/Filipijnse reisgenoot naar binnen....

Ps, na de 7 dagen hotel moet je nogmaals thuis in quarantine.

15. Upon arrival in the concerned individual’s LGU of destination, he/she shall report to his/her barangay officials for accounting and instructions. To note, his/her LGU of destination has been informed earlier regarding the concerned individual’s arrival through the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) mechanism. The concerned individual shall strictly bear in mind that any delay in reporting to his/her barangay officials can be grounds for imposition of another 14-day quarantine.

16. The concerned individual shall complete home quarantine/quarantine at the barangay for the remaining period until the required 14-day quarantine is completed or as prescribed by the LGU of destination.

17. Once discharged from quarantine by LGU of destination, the concerned individual shall continue observing minimum health standards such as wearing of face mask, maintaining physical distance and washing of hands.

https://houstonpcg.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/consular-services/arrival-protocols-for-travel-to-the-philippines



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Re: grens terug open voor tourisme
« Reactie #6 Gepost op: dinsdag 4 mei 2021, 03:03:35 »
Klopt, balikbayan mag nu zonder Filipijn/Filipijnse reisgenoot naar binnen....

Dat staat nergens hoor.
Dat heeft nooit gemogen en mag ook nu niet. Lees de voorgaande post "The said program allows the spouse and the children of a Filipino national traveling with the Filipino spouse or parent , or a former Filipino who has acquired the citizenship of another country, to enter visa free......"

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Re: grens terug open voor tourisme
« Reactie #7 Gepost op: dinsdag 4 mei 2021, 11:58:35 »
Lees het anders.....10 en 11.....

Here is the list:

1. 9(e) visa holders for diplomats accredited to the Philippines

2. foreign airline crew

3. 9(c) visa holders for foreign seafarers

4. 9(d) visa holders for treaty traders

5. visa holders under Section 13 of Commonwealth Act of 613

6. Foreign nationals who have entered the country before June 30, 1992

7. Legal residence visa holders or those who entered the Philippines before January 1, 1984

8. Native Born visa holders

9. Temporary Resident Visa holders

10. Chinese nationals who are married to Philippine citizens

11. Foreign spouses of Filipino nationals


12. Foreign parents of minor Filipino children and of Filipino children with special needs, regardless of age

13. Foreign minor children or children with special needs of Filipino nationals

14. Those with Recognition Certificate (RC) or Citizenship Retention and Reacquisition Act of 2003 certificate

15. Those with visas issued under Executive Order 226, including Special Investor Resident Visa

16. Foreign executives from multinational companies

17. 47(a)(2) visa holders

18. Those with visas issued by Aurora Pacific Economic Zone and Freeport Authority, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority, Authority of the Freeport of Bataan, Cagayan Economic Zone Authority, and Clark Development Corporation

19. Those from non-visa required countries, who are qualified under the Balikbayan Privilege, including former Filipino citizens

20. 9(g) visa holders who left the Philippines on December 17, 2020, or later

21. Holders of 9(a) visas and Special Resident and Retirees Visas, but they need to present an entry exemption document to the BI upon arrival

https://www.cnnphilippines.com/news/2021/4/30/More-foreigners-allowed-entry-PH-May-1.html

Maar goed, zoals gewoonlijk veel onduidelijkheid weer een wereld aan regels en de toepassingen ervan?

Waarom simpel doen als het moeilijk kan?

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Re: grens terug open voor tourisme
« Reactie #8 Gepost op: dinsdag 4 mei 2021, 12:24:43 »
ZIE VOLGENDE LINK OFFICIELE WEBSITE BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION
https://immigration.gov.ph/67-visa-inquiry

Foreign tourists still banned from PH, BI reminds public
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) reminded the public that foreign tourists are still
banned from entering the Philippines despite the lifting of certain travel restrictions that
took effect Saturday.
In a statement, BI Commissioner Jaime Morente stressed that only foreigners with
valid and existing visas are currently allowed to enter the country.
“Foreign tourists are still prohibited from entering the country and said restriction
remains effective until it is lifted by the IATF (Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging
Infectious Diseases),” Morente said.
He explained that the country only reverted to implementing the travel
international guidelines that existed prior to March 22 when the government reimposed a
ban on the entry of all foreigners due to recent spike in COVID-19 cases in the country.
“The recent easing of travel restrictions applies only to those aliens who were
allowed to come here before March 22 and they should have valid and existing visas at
the time of their arrival in our ports of entry,” the BI chief added.
The BI earlier announced that starting May 1 aliens with existing immigrant and
non-immigrant visas may again enter the country.
Exempted from the visa requirement are the foreign spouse and children of
Balikbayans or returning Filipinos and former Filipinos who are travelling with the latter.

Foreigners who are holders of valid and existing Special Resident and Retirees Visa
(SRRV) or Section 9(a) temporary visitors’ visas may be allowed entry, provided they
present an entry exemption document from the Department of Foreign Affairs upon
arrival.
Execept for foreign diplomats and members of international organizations, all
foreign travelers are required to present a pre-booked accommodation for at least seven
nights in an accredited quarantine hotel of facility where they will be tested for COVID-
19 on the sixth day from date of their arrival.
The BI also emphasied that following the IATF, travellers who came from India or
have a travel history to India within the last 14 days preceding their arrival are banned
from entering the country until May 14

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Re: grens terug open voor tourisme
« Reactie #9 Gepost op: dinsdag 4 mei 2021, 12:50:31 »
Lees het anders.....10 en 11.....

Here is the list:


10. Chinese nationals who are married to Philippine citizens

11. Foreign spouses of Filipino nationals


12. Foreign parents of minor Filipino children and of Filipino children with special needs, regardless of age



Die zullen, zoals voorheen, nog steeds een visum moeten aanvragen bij de PH Ambassade met bewijzen dat ze getrouwd zijn met een filipino of vader zijn van een filipino.