Part 7 – Q&A.. Answering Questions About the Philippines

Welcome to Part 7 in a series of videos where I answer questions posed by you on a variety of issues about the Philippines.  More parts will follow in this series so be sure to subscribe for the next video.  🙂

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Author: Reekay

After 49 years living in Southern California, USA, I decided to move to the Philippines despite never having been here before. In July, 2012, I took a leap of faith and transplanted myself to the amazing Philippines. I am a single man taking an honest look at all that the islands here have to offer, one day at a time. I hope you find my LBTSea site informative, entertaining and hopefully a bit of each. 🙂 Be sure to visit the Forum and other parts of what the site has to offer. Browse around and be sure to sign up for updates via email. Enjoy!
— Reekay

One comment

  1. Thanks Reekay for the info.
    I got permanent residence in Philippines 2 years ago. I got the requirements ready and went through Philippines embassy. They give you a package that is opened at the port of entry in Philippines by immigration officers. Then you go to the immigration office and 3-4 weeks later you get your permanent residence card.
    The downside is that when you leave Philippines you have to pay 2000 pesos ($40) to the immigration.

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