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Philippines Visa and Passport Requirements

The visa policy of Philippines is governed by Commonwealth Act No. 613 and is also known as the Philippine Immigration Act. Philippines follows a visa-waiver policy which allows the nationals of visa waived countries to stay in the country for a period of 21 to 30 days. All eligible national wishing to avail the visa waiver facility must have passports valid for at least six months. Citizens of Brazil and Israel are allowed to stay in the country for 59 days while citizens of 156 countries are allowed to stay for 30 days. National of Hong Kong, Macau and Portugal can stay for 14 days while British Nationals (overseas) are allowed to stay for 7 days. Visa on arrival service is also available for 39 countries while citizens of Taiwan can avail the service of electronic travel authorization. Please check with the nearest Philippines consulate for more updates. 
The visa policy of Philippines is governed by Commonwealth Act No. 613 and is also known as the Philippine Immigration Act. Philippines follows a visa-waiver policy which allows the nationals of visa ...

How to Reach Philippines

By Air

Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila is the largest international airport of Philippines and is the primary international gateway of the country. Manila is well connected by several international and regional domestic airlines with connections to several international destinations of East Asia, South East Asia and the Pacific. Connections are also available from USA, Europe and Middle East cities as well

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