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Leaving the Philippines with a Green Card

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I am currently working in Cambodia under a US company and I've been staying there for 2 month already..My brother, all of a sudden passed away so I had to come back to the Philippines for a week. Now, I have to go back to Cambodia to work there for another month before I head out to the US again. My question is, am I legally allowed to say (to the Phil. immigration) that I am going to work in Cambodia, since it is under a US company and because I have my Green Card? Or do i still need to get paperwork from the Philippines that I am working abroad? I am just worried about getting offloaded. Thanks

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~~moved to Philippines discussion from general immigration as topic is not about US immigration~~

Edited by NLR

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I don't think Philippine immigration will ask for your GC for a flight going to Cambodia. Don't you have paperwork to establish that you have working visa/status in Cambodia? I think that's what you should have on-hand.

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I am currently working in Cambodia under a US company and I've been staying there for 2 month already..My brother, all of a sudden passed away so I had to come back to the Philippines for a week. Now, I have to go back to Cambodia to work there for another month before I head out to the US again. My question is, am I legally allowed to say (to the Phil. immigration) that I am going to work in Cambodia, since it is under a US company and because I have my Green Card? Or do i still need to get paperwork from the Philippines that I am working abroad? I am just worried about getting offloaded. Thanks

You don't need to say anything specific to immigration in Philippines, as a green card holder you need nothing from the Philippines to continue your travels. Where you work is of little concern to them unless you need a visa (as a U.S. green card holder) to enter Cambodia.


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