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K1 NBI Clearance - Do I need it?

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Hi, so I was born in Macau (and the law there is weird, you don’t automatically become a resident just because you were born there) and because my mom is a Filipino that’s been working in Macau on her Working visa even before she gave birth to me there I hold a Filipino passport,

my question is that would I still need a NBI clearance from Philippines if I’ve never been in Philippines for more than 3 months (the only time I stayed there that long was to wait for my working visa to get issued in Macau) , on the website it says only if I’ve live there 6 months or more(on the screenshot below) , 


so so do I still need a NBI Clearance? Because I’ve assumed I didn’t from this, and the only way to get it in time now is to have to fly all the way there.


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