CATEGORIES OF FOREIGN NATIONALS ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO PH (updated as of 31 March 2022)
Update: Effective 1 April 2022, the following categories of FULLY VACCINATED foreign nationals shall be allowed entry into the Philippines provided they:
|Category||Visa or other documentary requirements|
|1.||Diplomats and members of International Organizations, and their dependents accredited to the Philippines||Valid 9(e) or Valid 47(a)(2) visa issued to those performing diplomatic functions|
|2.||Filipino dual citizens||Any of the following of dual citizenship: Valid Philippine Passport, Identification Certificate (IC) or Certification of Retention / Reacquisition of Philippine Citizenship|
|3.||Foreign seafarers||Valid 9(c) visa|
|4.||Nationals of countries under Executive Order No. 408 who are entitled to stay in the Philippines for up to 30 days||Visa-free for stay up to 30 days|
|5.||Holders of Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR Passport||Visa-free for stay up to 14 days|
|6.||Foreign nationals with valid and existing long-term visas at the time of entry||Valid 9(c) visa or
Valid 13(a) visa or
Valid long-term visa (and ACR card)
|7.||Foreign nationals of countries not listed under E.O. 408 or visa-required nationals||Valid 9(a) visa for tourism or business (click HERE for requirements and application details)|
|8.||Foreign nationals allowed entry under Balikbayan Program (RA6768), provided that they are nationals from non-visa required countries under EO 408 and are traveling with their Filipino principal: (a) Former Filipino citizens, together with their foreign spouses and children, regardless of age; and (b) Filipino citizen’s spouses and children, regardless of age.||Visa-free for 1 year|
|9.||Chinese nationals travelling for tourism and has a valid American, Japanese, Australian, Canadian or Schengen (AJACS) visa or permanent residence (NOTE: not applicable for business travellers)||Visa-free for 7 days|
|10.||Indian nationals travelling for tourism and has a valid American, Japanese, Australian, Canadian, Schengen, Singapore or UK visa or permanent residence (NOTE: not applicable for business travellers)||Visa-free for 14 days|
|11.||Holders of valid and existing 9(a) visas with DFA Entry Exemption Document issued prior to 1 April 2022||Valid 9(a) visa|
|12.||Foreign nationals eligible for 9(g) and 47(a)(2) visas||Valid 9(g) visa
Valid 47(a)(2) visa
- Only fully-vaccinated foreign nationals (except for minors 12 years old and below) with sufficient proof of vaccination will be allowed entry into the Philippines.
- Click HERE for visa requirements.
- Foreign nationals from visa-free countries who wish to stay in the Philippines for more than 30 days can either (a) request an extended stay at the Bureau of Immigration upon arrival in the Philippines.
- For protocols for arrival in the Philippines, please check this advisory. For further information on quarantine, testing procedures and international vaccination certificates, please visit the Bureau of Quarantine website at https://quarantine.doh.gov.ph/ or fill out their Contact Us page.
For further inquiries or clarifications, concerned foreign nationals may send an email to email@example.com.