Immigration – be careful with their stamps in your passport

Passport with stamps

2 Responses

  1. Chris M says:

    Hello, I was wondering if you could answer a question I have about the immigration and the 30 day visa?

    Let’s say I arrive in Manila at 00:20 on the 25th October.
    Under normal circumstances, I would get a 30 day visa with a date of 24th November.

    However, let’s say that same flight actually lands early and arrives in Manila at 23:30 on the 24th October, would my passport then have a stamp of the 23rd november or would the scheduled flight time be honored with a stamp for the 24th?

    • waebi says:

      Hi Chris,
      You get your free 30 days visa-waiver on arrial in the Philippines.
      The date in the stamp will be the date of the moment when pass immigration.
      Cheers, waebi

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