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#1 spooky

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Posted 06 August 2012 - 05:47 PM

hello everyone,

just wondering if i can apply my dual citizenship in the Philippines.

i have plan to visit in the philippines with USpasspost can i apply in Manila Embassy for my Dual Citizenship?

thank you all!

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Posted 06 August 2012 - 06:05 PM

You apply for restoration of your Philippines citizenship at a Philippines Consulate in the U.S. or at the DFA in the Philippines (not at the U.S. Embassy).

I would recommend that you do it in the U.S.. Some have reported it being somewhat of a hassle in the Philippines.

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hello everyone,

just wondering if i can apply my dual citizenship in the Philippines.

i have plan to visit in the philippines with USpasspost can i apply in Manila Embassy for my Dual Citizenship?

thank you all!



#3 way-to-go

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 05:34 AM

hello everyone,

just wondering if i can apply my dual citizenship in the Philippines.

i have plan to visit in the philippines with USpasspost can i apply in Manila Embassy for my Dual Citizenship?

thank you all!


You will apply at the Bureau of Immigration (Manila)

http://immigration.g...id=24&Itemid=80



Where do I apply for re-acquisition of Philippine Citizenship if I am in the Philippines?

A former natural-born Filipino citizen who is already in the Philippines and registered in the Bureau of Immigration shall file a petition under oath to the Commissioner of Immigration for the cancellation of the Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) and issuance of an Identification Certificate (IC) as the case may be, under RA 9225.

A former natural-born citizen who is already in the Philippines but has not registered with the BI within 60 days from date of arrival shall file a petition under oath to the Commissioner of Immigration for the issuance of an IC under RA 9225.


Edited by Way-To-Go, 07 August 2012 - 05:55 AM.




#4 spooky

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 06:59 PM

okay, thanks both of you!



God bless us all!




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