THE ONLY US CITIZENS ALLOWED TO TRAVEL IN THE PHILIPPINES STARTING OCTOBER 17 | MORE CLARIFICATION



TESTING AND QUARANTINE PROTOCOLS STARTING COTOBER 15 https://www.officialgazette.gov.ph/downloads/2021/10oct/20211014-IATF-144A-RRD.pdf …

21 thoughts on “THE ONLY US CITIZENS ALLOWED TO TRAVEL IN THE PHILIPPINES STARTING OCTOBER 17 | MORE CLARIFICATION

  1. Msspongebobminnie Spongebob says:

    I am American Citizen but a former Filipino, I am not a dual citizen yet. I am planning to travel to Philippines with my mother, my mother is Filipino Citizen. Also I am not minor. I have my old Philippines passport and birth certificate. Can I travel in Philippines?

  2. Steve Lawson says:

    I have solved the problem completely. Fly from the US to Guam. Charter a small row boat and row row row your way to the Philippines. The Philippine coast guard is far to small to detect the row boat. Your welcome!!

  3. wingame52 says:

    Video 0:50 If a person has his or her old Philippines passport (say when they were a child) and today the same person has his or her current foreign passport, is this person a dual citizenship? The person still has the original old Philippines passport and his or her current foreign passport. Thanks for any reply!

  4. Onofre Raquedan says:

    I hope what are you telling is right! They said that all topics are old and are not updated! Okay if it is real or true then. It's good to know! Questions…… what the requirements, can you divulge to us the requirements or any further requirements going to the Philippines.

  5. Stephen Sylvain says:

    I heard there is also another option of availing the Utah On-line wedding and then meeting your Pinay wife in a GREEN country to consummate it. Then you can travel to the Philippines together. Again, this would add a tremendous expense. Apparently the Philippines government won't accept the on-line marriage certificate, even if it is Apostilled, unless the marriage is consummated before the foreigner spouse is allowed to enter the Philippines.

  6. Stephen Sylvain says:

    I'm an American with a vacation home in Davao City Philippines and a Pinay Fiancé. I'm in the USA now. I heard that if an American can go to a GREEN country and stay there for at least 2 weeks, they would then be allowed to enter the Philippines and also without quarantine. Flying and staying in another country for 2-weeks and then flying again to the Philippines would add a lot of expense, but I don't see any another obvious option, since the Philippines has been essentially closed to tourists for 1.5 years already!

  7. Mark Rios says:

    Thank You for your update even though it doesn’t help me because me and my fiancé are not married yet it doesn’t help our situation but I am confident that the guidelines will change due to what I have been seeing that everything so far has been heading into the right direction

  8. felix del rosario says:

    is this restriction still about covid?. from what we learned about covid, it is an equal opportunity killer, regardless of citizenship or dual citizenship? why is the Philippines restricting its own citizens from coming home, if we are to die of covid wouldn't it be proper for us to be buried in our native land than in foreign land where just went to earn a living to support our family. is it right to deny us entry into our homes when are already in the front gates.?????

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