Doing it here involves a lot of hassles, extra paperwork, takes months to process, and will probably require some extra money on this end. If your spouse is a former Citizen you will be applying for a 13(g) visa.

Since 1967, when the Christmas Fund began, we have raised more than $25 million to be distributed to some of the neediest people in our community.

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Over the past few years, the Bureau of Immigration (BI) has started cracking down on this.

In the past, even if you had an annulment or divorce, they did not revoke your 13 Series Resident Visa.

Here in Mindanao, Bob has resided in General Santos City, and now in Davao City.

We have escorts from all around the country ready to service your needs.But, for the past few years, more and more, the BI has started revoking resident visas for those who are no longer married.Furthermore, it has even come to the point that if you are still married, but separated, no longer living together, your Resident Visa will be revoked! When you go to do your annual report (you must go to the Bureau of Immigration every year – in January or February – to report and pay a “head tax” of P310.The only requirement is that once per year (in January/February) you are required to check-in at the Bureau of Immigration office.As I mentioned earlier in this article, your ability to get a Resident Visa (13 Series) is based on being Married to a Philippine Citizen (13A) or a former Philippine Citizen (13G). Until next time be good, stay off the chems and do not talk over me.