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My daughter has dual citizenship US and PI, from what I understand from the PI immigrations is if she holds a PI passport she need to get an exit permit. I found a post sometime ago and can’t find it now but If I remember right the OP was saying something about if her child had dual citizenship she would not have to pay the exit permit fee? Any one know about this. My wife’s interview will be soon so I’m trying to finish up all the loose ends.


'PAU' both wife and daughter in the U.S. 08/25/2009

Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

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use the US passport to go out of the Philippines.. then you don't need the exit permit fee. at least that's how i interpreted it before.

Yeah that's what I was kind-a thinking, thanks!


'PAU' both wife and daughter in the U.S. 08/25/2009

Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

http://crbausembassy....wordpress.com/

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My daughter has dual citizenship US and PI, from what I understand from the PI immigrations is if she holds a PI passport she need to get an exit permit. I found a post sometime ago and can’t find it now but If I remember right the OP was saying something about if her child had dual citizenship she would not have to pay the exit permit fee? Any one know about this. My wife’s interview will be soon so I’m trying to finish up all the loose ends.

Yes,your daughter don't need to get exit permit since she has 2 passports already that makes her dual-citizen.

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My daughter has dual citizenship US and PI, from what I understand from the PI immigrations is if she holds a PI passport she need to get an exit permit. I found a post sometime ago and can’t find it now but If I remember right the OP was saying something about if her child had dual citizenship she would not have to pay the exit permit fee? Any one know about this. My wife’s interview will be soon so I’m trying to finish up all the loose ends.

1) Exiting with Philippine passport - pay travel tax but apply for exemption if child is below 2. If child is over 2, apply for reduced travel tax http://www.philtourism.com/ttax.html

2) Exiting with US passport - pay exit clearance

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