Immigration – be careful with their stamps in your passport

Passport with stamps

4 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

  2. Maria Cristina C Morante says:

    Is the time of arrival stamped in passport during arrival whats the meaning of example then arrival date is feb 19 2018. Thanks

    • waebi says:

      Hello Maria Cristina,
      The date and time of the stamp indicates your time an date when you arrived on Philippines terretory.
      It seems that you arrived on Feb 19 2018. Time is not indicated.
      Cheers, waebi

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