Immigration Laws. The Philippine Immigration Act of 1940 states that immigrants or “quota immigrants,” of any single nationality or not having a nationality, may be admitted into the Philippines for not more than fifty (50) days for any one year of the calendar.How can a Filipino visit the USA?
Philippine citizens must apply for a tourist visa before they are permitted to enter the Unites States. This is applicable for any length of stay, since the Philippines does not participate in the United States' Visa Waiver Program. To apply for a visa, schedule an interview bring the requested materials and fee to the U.S. Embassy in Manila.Can US citizen move to the Philippines?
Not only can a U.S. citizen live in the Philippines permanently, the nationals from the countries listed above, can also have their Filipino spouse sponsor them for a Permanent Resident 13 (a) visa. Why bother with going in and out of the country every year with your Filipino or Filipina spouse and using the Balikbayan Privilege?