Philippines Permanent Resident Visa (13A)


Philippines Permanent Resident Visa (13A)
The 13A Resident visa is issued to non-restricted nationals who are legally married to Filipino citizens, to permanently reside in the Philippines as stated in the Philippine Immigration Act of 1940, Section 13 (a).

Requirements
  1. Notarized letter of application by the Filipino spouse
  2. Accomplished and Notarized General Application Form (BI Form No. MCL-07-01)
  3. NSO authenticated copy of the Filipino spouse’s birth certificate
  4. NSO authenticated copy of the Marriage Contract (if married in the Philippines); or Philippine Embassy or Consulate authenticated copy of the Marriage Contract (if married abroad)
  5. Bureau of Immigration (BI) Clearance Certificate
  6. Photocopy of the foreign spouse’s passport showing the date of arrival and authorized period to stay
Fees in Pesos
For the initial one year probationary period:
  1. Upon Filing
Application
1,010
Express Lane
500
  1. Upon Implementation
ACR and Form
1,050
Change of Status
600
Passport Visa  
200
CRTV and Form
1,450
Implementation
1,000
Legal Research
10/item
Head Tax
250
 For the conversion of probationary period to permanent resident visa:
  1. Upon filing
Application
1,010
Express Lane
500
  1. Upon Approval/Implementation
Passport Visa
200
Amendment   
500
Immigration Certificate of
Registration (ICR) and Form
1,450
Implementation
500
Legal Research
40
Express Lane 
500


Benefits
- Can obtain employment in the Philippines
- Can lease real property
- Can own personal property
- Can qualify for Filipino citizenship after five years of residence in the country
Forms: General Application Form (BI Form No. MCL-07-01)
             BI Clearance Certificate

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