Regulations on travel to the Philippines by foreign children
Bandar Seri Begawan – The Philippine Embassy explained yesterday new Philippine immigration regulations on travel to the Philippines by foreign children who are under 15 years old, unaccompanied by their parents, or not coming to visit a parent.
These children travelling individually or in groups to the Philippines have to notify the Commission of Immigration in writing their intent to travel to the Philippines at least 72 hours before arrival, the Philippine Embassy said. An inquiry emailed to the Philippine Immigration Department on the new immigration regulations has not received a reply at press time.
On the special Philippine medical visas for foreigners as reported in the foreign press, Charge D’ Affaires Celeste Vinzon-Balatbat said yesterday the Philippine Embassy has not received any guidelines from the Philippine Bureau of Immigrations.