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A fellow VJ member had told me that.. My USC daughter that never been to the US needs a Exit Stamp from the Philippine Govt.. Kinda like Overstaying fee..

Can anyone clarify this?

Where is this place that I have to do this?

What is the place called?

The VJ member also warned me that my USC daughter will be denied for the trip is she doesn't have this stamp on her US Passport..

Please HELP!!


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Don't foreign citizens leaving the Philippines get an exit stamp on their passport before boarding the plane?


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Don't foreign citizens leaving the Philippines get an exit stamp on their passport before boarding the plane?

I received a stamp upon entering and leaving the Philippines.


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Don't foreign citizens leaving the Philippines get an exit stamp on their passport before boarding the plane?

Well in this case.. I just got her passport last January @ the Manila USEM.. She acquired her USC through me.. So means she never left Philippines and her passport hasn't been stamped..

Someone mentioned to me that she needs to get her Exit Stamp 1st before leaving.. If not they won't even let her in the Airport..


IR-1 Visa for Wife

NVC Case Complete = January 2, 2008

Received Packet 4 here in the US (Interview Packet) = January 18, 2008

Case Left NVC Forwarded to USEM Manila = January 23, 2008

SLEC Medical = Jan 31 and Feb 1, 2008 (2 days)

USEM Manila Interview = February 20, 2008 @ 8:30am = DONE! (Status: 2 Months wait is over APPROVED)

CFO Guidance & Counseling = April 17, 2008

Visa in Hand = April 18, 2008 (Our Wedding Anniversary)

Arrival in the US and POE = April 23, 2008 JFK Intl. Airport New York City

Social Security Card = May 2, 2008

Green Card in Hand = August 18,2008

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Don't foreign citizens leaving the Philippines get an exit stamp on their passport before boarding the plane?

Well in this case.. I just got her passport last January @ the Manila USEM.. She acquired her USC through me.. So means she never left Philippines and her passport hasn't been stamped..

Someone mentioned to me that she needs to get her Exit Stamp 1st before leaving.. If not they won't even let her in the Airport..

Your passport will get stamped both upon arrival and when leaving the Philippines. I've never heard of anyone with this case, and since the daughter has dual citizenship for now, I think it would be wise to contact the Philippine CFO office and find out for sure. There is a link to e-mail them on their web site, although I could find no mention of CFO stamp requirement for children leaving the counrty. http://www.cfo.gov.ph/


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Your passport will get stamped both upon arrival and when leaving the Philippines. I've never heard of anyone with this case, and since the daughter has dual citizenship for now, I think it would be wise to contact the Philippine CFO office and find out for sure. There is a link to e-mail them on their web site, although I could find no mention of CFO stamp requirement for children leaving the counrty. http://www.cfo.gov.ph/

My daughter hasn't left the Philippines.. So she doesn't have any stamp on her passport..

Also I don't think this is even a CFO matter..

What my friend was trying to tell me is some type of overstaying fee and the stamp on her passport.. Something called EXIT PERMIT from the Bureau of Immigration in the Philippines..

I think its dumb.. Because how can my daughter overstay if she haven't even left Philippines.. :unsure:


IR-1 Visa for Wife

NVC Case Complete = January 2, 2008

Received Packet 4 here in the US (Interview Packet) = January 18, 2008

Case Left NVC Forwarded to USEM Manila = January 23, 2008

SLEC Medical = Jan 31 and Feb 1, 2008 (2 days)

USEM Manila Interview = February 20, 2008 @ 8:30am = DONE! (Status: 2 Months wait is over APPROVED)

CFO Guidance & Counseling = April 17, 2008

Visa in Hand = April 18, 2008 (Our Wedding Anniversary)

Arrival in the US and POE = April 23, 2008 JFK Intl. Airport New York City

Social Security Card = May 2, 2008

Green Card in Hand = August 18,2008

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I tried checking the Bureau of Immigration website, couldn't find it.

http://immigration.gov.ph/

hopefully you'll have better luck :thumbs:


US Embassy Manila website. bringing your spouse/fiancee to USA

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3204.html

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im not so sure about your daughter's case. but i think you have to contact Bureua of immigration (BID) since she is a USC and havent been out of the country. in my son's case, it wasnt a problem because we have been travelling in and out of the country and we did not exceed the one year maximum limit imposed by the BID for him to stay here in the philippines.


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could this what is being referred to?

http://immigration.gov.ph//index.php?optio...9&Itemid=53


US Embassy Manila website. bringing your spouse/fiancee to USA

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwh3204.html

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looks like it.. But I need more on people's experience..


IR-1 Visa for Wife

NVC Case Complete = January 2, 2008

Received Packet 4 here in the US (Interview Packet) = January 18, 2008

Case Left NVC Forwarded to USEM Manila = January 23, 2008

SLEC Medical = Jan 31 and Feb 1, 2008 (2 days)

USEM Manila Interview = February 20, 2008 @ 8:30am = DONE! (Status: 2 Months wait is over APPROVED)

CFO Guidance & Counseling = April 17, 2008

Visa in Hand = April 18, 2008 (Our Wedding Anniversary)

Arrival in the US and POE = April 23, 2008 JFK Intl. Airport New York City

Social Security Card = May 2, 2008

Green Card in Hand = August 18,2008

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BUMP anybody? Any USC that has kids that was born in the Philippines?


IR-1 Visa for Wife

NVC Case Complete = January 2, 2008

Received Packet 4 here in the US (Interview Packet) = January 18, 2008

Case Left NVC Forwarded to USEM Manila = January 23, 2008

SLEC Medical = Jan 31 and Feb 1, 2008 (2 days)

USEM Manila Interview = February 20, 2008 @ 8:30am = DONE! (Status: 2 Months wait is over APPROVED)

CFO Guidance & Counseling = April 17, 2008

Visa in Hand = April 18, 2008 (Our Wedding Anniversary)

Arrival in the US and POE = April 23, 2008 JFK Intl. Airport New York City

Social Security Card = May 2, 2008

Green Card in Hand = August 18,2008

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BUMP!! Anybody?? :(


IR-1 Visa for Wife

NVC Case Complete = January 2, 2008

Received Packet 4 here in the US (Interview Packet) = January 18, 2008

Case Left NVC Forwarded to USEM Manila = January 23, 2008

SLEC Medical = Jan 31 and Feb 1, 2008 (2 days)

USEM Manila Interview = February 20, 2008 @ 8:30am = DONE! (Status: 2 Months wait is over APPROVED)

CFO Guidance & Counseling = April 17, 2008

Visa in Hand = April 18, 2008 (Our Wedding Anniversary)

Arrival in the US and POE = April 23, 2008 JFK Intl. Airport New York City

Social Security Card = May 2, 2008

Green Card in Hand = August 18,2008

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