The Bureau of Immigration (BI) reminds all registered foreign nationals in the Philippines and ACR I-Card holders to report in person to BI’s main office for Annual Reporting (AR) in Intramuros, Manila, or to the nearest participating BI offices within the first sixty (60) days of 2022.
Bureau of Immigration Philippines
Are you a foreigner working or residing in the Philippines? Do you hold a valid Alien Certificate of Registration Identity Card (ACR I-Card)? If so, you are required to REPORT IN PERSON to the Bureau of Immigration (BI) within January 2 and March 1, 2021.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI), in a public advisory dated June 29, addresses concerns of Accredited Private Entities (APEs) on the submission deadline for accreditation requirements. BI took into consideration the appeal for deadline extension given the circumstances that the current BI Accreditation expired on June 30, and compliance processes have been hampered due to quarantine restrictions.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI), in a public advisory on May 4, clarifies directives on application for visa extension, waived penalties, and certain exemptions from the suspended transactions.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI), in a press release dated April 03, temporarily allows foreign nationals to depart the Philippines even without a stamped visa in their passports, provided that their visa application was approved.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) releases a memorandum on the temporary suspension of all transactions in BI offices in Luzon, effective 12:00 AM on 17 March and expiring on 12:00 AM on 13 April 2020, except for passengers intending to depart the Philippines.
In accordance with the DFA Foreign Service Circular No. 29-2020, the Bureau of Immigration releases a memo on the temporary suspension of visa issuance and visa-free privileges in the Philippines.