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  1. I’m gonna give youtube a chance to finish processing. if it persists i’ll re-upload it fresh again. the BQ one is doing the same thing, but the rest of the vids are fine. I’ll re-upload after checking tomorrow. Thanks for the heads-up!

  2. Absolutely. In fact, just renew every 2 months for up to 18 months, then ask for an extension from Manila via mail at the BI office. But then have to leave PH for at least 24 hours, then return and renew for another 18 months, 2 months at a time. Check out my Bohol Immigration video, or articles at the main site, “Legal Stuff”.

  3. So if I fly to the Philippines w/out a visa, and just do the stay there for 30 days thing, can I still get an extension before my 30 days are up?

  4. When you arrive your initial Tourist Visa is good for 21 days. Anytime before the 21 days are up you can renew for another 2 months at a time. You can do this for up to 18 months, then you leave the PH for 24 hours, come back in and do it all over again. A 2-month renewal is about $70. I cover it more in detail at the main site; LifeBeyondTheSea(dot)com . (check “Legal Things To Know” section)

  5. And just in case some may not know.. there is a difference between a ‘Passport’ and a ‘Visa’. Your Passport is issued from your own country, stating who you are as you travel. A ‘Visa’ is issued by the country you are visiting, giving you permission to stay for a specific period of time. 🙂 Immigration stamps your Visa approval onto your Passport pages.

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