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Philippines to Begin Requiring Registration of Foreign Nationals

The Bureau of Immigration for the Republic of the Philippines is now requiring all foreign nationals to provide biometric information. From Oct. 1, 2014, until Sept. 30, 2015, foreign nationals must present themselves before the Bureau of Immigration to have their fingerprints and image captured and entered into the Bureau of Immigration’s database. This does not include tourists whose stay has not exceeded 59 days and registered aliens with a valid ACR I-Card, among others. Individuals who fail to comply with these registration requirements may face arrest, deposition and/or a fine of PHP200 per month (but not exceeding P2,000 per year).

©2022 Greenberg Traurig, LLP. All rights reserved. National Law Review, Volume IV, Number 308
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Dillon Colucci, Greenberg Traurig Law Firm, Los Angeles, Immigration Law Attorney
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Dillon R. Colucci practices and handles U.S. immigration concerns and helps individuals, families, professionals, skilled workers, investors, and businesses live, work, invest and do business in the United States. Dillon works extensively on EB-5 immigrant investor matters. He regularly works with developers across a variety of industries, as well as private equity funds on developing new projects that qualify for EB-5 investments. This includes the creation of new Regional Centers, having projects adopted by existing Regional Centers or through pooled individual EB-5...

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