Useful Information for Filipinos in Malaysia

A.  Filipino Organizations in Malaysia

AREA-BASED ORGANIZATIONS
ORGANIZATIONS CONTACT PERSON CONTACT NO.
1. Segambut Filipino Association (SFA)Mr. Enrico Martin(+6 019) 6002362
Fax No.: (+ 6 03) 6256-2817
2. Pinoy Support Group (PSG) Ms. Herminia L. Camba(+6 016) 4878925
e-mail: hermz@live.com.my
3. Kuantan Filipino Community Mr. Ronnie Villareal
President

Ms. Rosa Geronimo
Officer-at-large
(+016) 6307789
ronnie_villareal@yahoo.com

(+6 017) 9383702
e-mail: osangliit@yahoo.com
4. Johor Overseas Filipino Association (JOFA)Pres. - Mr. Rick Z. Limson
Dep. Pres- Ms. Marissa S. Reyes
Sec. - Mr. Russel A. Bahuyan
(+016) 6005051
(+016) 7039094
fax: (+607) 3867073
(+607) 3885185
http://www.jofas.webs.com
e-mail: joverfil@yahoo.com,
     jofasso@yahoo.com
5. Filipino Sports and Welfare Community of Johor (FSWCJ)Mr. Randy Narciso
President
Fax: (607) 2552588
E-mail: randy@mmhe.com.my
6. Filipino Sports Community of Kuala Lumpur (FSC-KL)Mr. Felix Castillon Vaso
President
(+6012) 2075333
e-mail: hala_fsb@tm.net.my
     hala.fleksiibel@gmail.com

CHURCH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS
ORGANIZATIONS CONTACT PERSON CONTACT NO.
1. Full Gospel Christian Center (FGCC)
  B-17-09 Palm Court Condominium,
  Jalan Berhala, Brickfields
  50470 Kuala Lumpur\
Pastor Erwin dela Rosa(+6 016) 3266506
2. Filipina Services Committee
  Bahay ni Maria, St. Francis Xavier Church
  135 Jalan Gasing, 46000
  Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Ms. Elsa Watson(+6 016) 9981695
e-mail: sheba_elsa@yahoo.com
3. Filipino Christian Ministry (FCM)
  Lot 13039 Jalan Waja
  Bukit Raja Industrial Estate, Bukit Kapak
  41050 Klang, Selangor
Mr. Carlos "Caloy" Libres(+6 012) 3851252
Fax: (+6 03) 51925072
e-mail: carlos_libres@siemens.com
4. Good News Christian Fellowship (GNCF)
  15 B Jalan Mamanda 5, Ampang Point
  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Ms. Maricar Estella(+6 012) 2661114
(+6 016) 3711191
e-mail: e_maricar@yahoo.com
5. Legion of Mary KL/PJ
  A-P-2 Jalan Medang Kapas
  Bukit Bandaraya, Bangsar
  59100 Kuala Lumpur
Ms. Corazon de Jesus (KL)
Ms. Vivian David Tan (PJ)
Ms. Irene Salvador
Ms. Helen Ligaray
(+6 016) 2953815
(+6 012) 6960578
(+012) 6599144;
e-mail: airene_s@yahoo.com
(+016) 6026945
6. Couples for Christ
  Tasik Ampang, Jalan Hulu Klang
  58000 Ampang, Selangor
Ms. Catalina Nalugon(+6 016) 3720385
7. Tahanang Filipino Community and Migrants Capability
  Enhancement Program (CAPE)
  St. John's Cathedral International Community
  St. John’s Cathedral, Old Parish Hall
  No. 5, Jalan Bukit Nanas
  50250 Kuala Lumpur
Mr. Mark Gil Randoy
Chairman

Ms. Maggie Reginio
Vice Chairman
(+603) 2070 0337
(+6016) 9078332
e-mail: mark_nhoy9782@yahoo.com
(+6012) 97899626
8. Filipino Community Christian Congregation (FCCC)
  70 Changkat Bukit Bintang, KL
Mr. Fidel Martires
Chairman
(+6 016)2877530
e-mail: Fidel.Martires@Statschippac.com
9. Jesus Is LordPastor Garry Ramireze-mail: jilmalaysia@yahoo.com
10. El Shaddai
  17 Jalan BU 1/5, Bandar Utama
  47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Mr. Jose Ga-an
Ms. Helen Cagape
fax: (+603) 2163 0524
(+6 016) 9724103
e-mail: thapahelen@yahoo.com
11. Iglesia Ni Cristo
  17 Jalan Pendita
  Taman Connaught, Cheras, KL
Engr. Pete Carascon(+6 03) 9100-1992/9776-5007
(+6 016 6847375)
e-mail: pcahtp93@tm.net.my
  pcahtp93@gmail.com
12. Jesus Reigns Ministry
  Block G4-2-2 Desa Pandan Apartment
  Jalan Kampung Pandan
  Kuala Lumpur 55100
Ms. Rosario Calceña
(Pastor)
Ms. Anne Polodario
(Coordinator)
(+6 03) 9200-9807
e-mail: rosie_jcm@yahoo.com
e-mail: anniemp2002@yahoo.com

SPORTS
ORGANIZATIONS CONTACT PERSON CONTACT NO.
1. Filipino Sports Association of Malaysia (FILSAMA) Mr. Orlando Dolores
President
(+6012) 3331071
Fax: (+6 03) 56352804
2. Filipino Bowlers’ Association in Malaysia (FBAM)Mr. Wilfredo N. Ravara (+6 03) 2331-5203
(+6 016) 2895260
Fax: (+6 03) 27139877
e-mail: wilfredor@cpoc.com.my
  wilfredo_nravara@petronas.com.my
3. Filipino Sports and Welfare Community of Johor (FSWCJ)
  Masai, Johor
Engr. Randy Narciso
President
(+6012) 7308 711
Fax: (607) 2552588
e-mail: randy@mmhe.com.my

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP ASSOCIATIONS
ORGANIZATIONS CONTACT PERSON CONTACT NO.
1. Philippine Ladies of Kuala Lumpur (PLKL) Ms. Liza Pothera
President
(+6019) 3201274
e-mail: lizpothera@yahoo.com
2. Malaysian-Filipino ClubMs. Neva Suryani
President
(+6 019) 3690854
e-mail: nevasuryani@yahoo.com

OTHER ASSOCIATIONS
ORGANIZATIONS CONTACT PERSON CONTACT NO.
1. Filipino Workers' Resource Center
  (Skills Training Program-Student Federal Parliamentary Government)   95 Jalan Perkasa, Taman Maluri,   Cheras 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Amalialisa (Leo) Francisco
Student Leader
(+016) 3708684
(+019) 6949426
e-mail: f_leo17@yahoo.com
2. KL Pinoy Online Filipino CommunityEngr. Dennis C. Carlos
Moderator
(+6016) 9577267
e-mail: dennis.carlos@ymail.com
website: http://klpinoy.ning.com
3. Samahang Impok Bayan (SIB)
  Bayanihang Pinoy Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
  Lot 3.16C, Kota Raya Complex
  Jalan Tun Tan Chong Lock, 50000 Kuala Lumpur
Christy M. Almeda (+6 016) 2170312
Telefax: (+603) 20700248
e-mail: ema_xty2009@ymail.com
website:www.freewebs.com/bpexpress

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ENTRY PROCEDURE INTO MALAYSIA (Link :  www.imi.gov.my)

C. 3 By Land Main Entry Points
State Entry Point
PerlisPadang Besar, Wang Klian , Chuping
Perak Pengkalan Hulu
Kelantan Rantau Panjang, Pengkalan Kubor, Bukit Bunga
Kedah Bukit Kayu Hitam, Changloon
JohoreJohor Bahru, Gelang Patah
SarawakBiawak, Sarikei, Padawan , Tebedu , Bunan Gega , Batu Lintang
Lubok Antu , Sungai Tujuh , Bario , Merapok
SabahSindumin, Long Pasia, Pensiangan

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C.4 By Air Main Entry Points

  • Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Sepang
  • Low Cost Carrier Terminal, Sepang
  • Langkawi International Airport, Kedah
  • Penang International Airport, Bayan Lepas, Penang
  • Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah International Airport
  • Labuan Airport, Federal Territory
  • Kuching International Airport, Sarawak
  • Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Sabah
  • By Sea Authorised Entry Points
    State Entry Point
    PerlisKuala Perlis
    KedahKuah, Langkawi , Teluk Ewa, Langkawi , Kuala Kedah
    PerakLumut , Teluk Intan
    PenangPenang , Butterworth
    SelangorPort Kelang
    Malacca Malacca Port , Tanjung Bruas
    Terengganu Kuala Terengganu , Kuala Dungun , Kemaman Port
    PahangKuantan Port , Tioman Island Negeri Sembilan Port Dickson
    JohoreJohor Bahru , Tanjung Puteri , Pasir Gudang , Batu Pahat, Muar , Tanjung Bekungkor , Tanjung Pengelih , Mersing ,Kukup
    SarawakKuching , Sibu, Marudi Baram, Bintulu, Limbang, Lawas , Sundar , Punang , Sarikei , Binatang
    SabahTawau , Semporna, Lahad Datu , Sandakan , Kudat , Kota Kinabalu , Kuala Sipitang , Menumbuk
    Federal Territory LabuanLabuan

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    C.5 Visas

    Foreign nationals who require a Visa to enter Malaysia must apply and obtain a Visa in advance at Malaysian Representative Office before entering the country.

    A visa is an endorsement in a passport or other recognized travel document of foreigner indicating that the holder has applied for permission to enter Malaysia and that permission has been granted. Foreign nationals who require a Visa to enter Malaysia must apply and obtain a Visa in advance at any Malaysian Representative Office abroad before entering the country. Visa which has been granted is not absolute guarantee that the holder will be allowed to enter Malaysia. The final decision lies with the Immigration Officer at the entry point.

    Visa is an endorsement on a passport to indicate a permission is granted to enter Malaysia. A visa can be obtained from Malaysian Overseas Missions before arrival. It must be used within its validity period.

    However, for a permission to stay, a pass for an approved period will be stamped in the passport at the point of entry.

    Citizens of Israel, Serbia and Montenegro are not allowed to enter Malaysia for any purpose without prior approval from the Malaysian Government.

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    Types of Visa

    Three typed of visa are issued by the Malaysian Government to foreign national:

  • Single Entry Visa: Issued to foreign nationals who require a visa to enter Malaysia mainly for a social or business visit. Normally valid for a single entry and for a period of three (3) to twelve (12) months from the date of issue.
  • Multiple Entry Visa: Issued to foreign nationals who require a visa to enter Malaysia mainly for business or government to government matters. Normally valid for a period within three (3) to twelve (12) months from the date of issue.
  • Transit Visa: Issued to foreign nationals who require a visa to enter Malaysia on transit to other countries. Foreign Nationals on transit without leaving the airport precincts and who continue their journey to the next destination with the same flight does not require a transit visa.
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    How to apply for a visa

    Application for visas should be made at the nearest Malaysian Missions abroad. In countries where Malaysian Mission have not been established, application should be made to the British High Commission or Embassy. Address of Malaysian Embassy in the Philippines:

    Embassy of Malaysia,
    10th - 11th Floor, The World Center Building,
    No. 330, Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue
    Makati City, Philippines
    Tel. Nos.: (632) 864-0761 to 68
    Fax No. : (632) 864-0724

    Address of Malaysian Consulate in Davao City:

    Consulate General of Malaysia
    3rd Floor, Florentine Building, Bonifacio Street,
    Davao City, Philippines
    Tel. No.: (082) 221-4050

    The applicant should present himself together with the following documents:
    a) Passport or Travel Document
    b) Form IMM.47 (3 copies)
    c) Three (3) passport sized photographs
    d) Return or onward – journey traveling ticket
    e) Proof of sufficient funds

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    PASSES

    Foreign nationals who wish to visit Malaysia have to obtain a pass at the point of entry besides a visa (where required) which allows them to stay temporarily. A pass is an endorsement in the passport constituting permission to stay for the approved duration

    VISIT PASS (Social)

    1. Tourist

    Conditions

  • In possession of Valid Passport or recognized Travel Document
  • Visa (If required)
  • Return or onward air ticket
  • Ample funds
  • Returnability to home country is assured
  • Not a prohibited Immigrant
  • Notes

  • Issued at the point of entry
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    2. Wife of Malaysian Citizen

    Conditions

  • Form IMM.55 (2 copies)
  • Form IMM.38 (2 copies) if any
  • 1 Photostat copy of passport/travel document of the wife (all pages)
  • 1 Photostat copy of the identification card of the husband
  • 1 Photostat copy of the husband’s Citizenship Certificate (if any)
  • 1 Photostat copy of the Marriage Certificate/Marriage Registration Certificate
  • Letter of Declaration of Marriage Certified by the Commissioner of Oaths
  • 2 photographs of the husband and wife measuring 3.5 cm x 5.0 cm
  • Wedding/Family photograph
  • Photostat copy of the children’s Birth Certificate
  • 1 Photostat copy of Divorce Certificate (if divorce before)
  • Security Bond
  • Notes

  • First enter as a visitor and then apply for extension
  • Where visa is required application for reference visa must be made prior entry .
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    3. Family members of Student Pass holder

    Conditions

  • Form IMM. 47 (3 copies)
  • Form IMM. 12 (2 copies)
  • 2 photographs measuring 3.5. cm x 5.0 cm
  • Proof of family relationship
  • 1 Photostat copy of Passport/travel document
  • Notes

  • Application may be submitted to the nearest Malaysian Representative office abroad together with Student Pass application.
  • For countries that have no Malaysian Representative office abroad, the applicant may enter Malaysia on Visit Pass (social) at the entry point and then apply for extension to the State Immigration office where the educational institution is located within 1 (one) month from the date of entry.
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    4. Spouse and children of a holder of Visit Pass (Temporary Employment) or Visit Pass (Professional)

    Conditions

  • Form IMM. 8 (2 copies)
  • Form IMM. 10 (2 copies)
  • Form IMM . 55 (2 copies)
  • Form IMM. 38 (2 copies)
  • 2 photographs measuring 3.5 cm x 5.0 cm
  • Proof of family relationship
  • 1 Photostat copy of Passport/travel document
  • Proof of husband’s Visit Pass (temporary employment)
  • Notes

  • Application have to be submitted to Visa, Pass and Permit Division (Immigration Headquarters) through a local sponsor, i.e. the employer together with the application for Visit Pass (temporary employment). Where visa is required application for reference visa must be made prior entry.
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    VISIT PASS (Business)
    i. Owners and company representatives entering for the purpose of attending company meeting, seminar, inspection of company’s account or to ensure the smooth running of the company;
    ii. Investors or businessmen entering for the purpose of looking at business opportunities and investment potential;
    iii. Foreign Representative companies entering for the purpose of introducing their good that are to be manufactured in Malaysia, but not engaging in direct selling or distribution;
    iv. Property owners entering for the purpose of negotiation, selling and leasing of properties;
    v. Foreign reporters from mass media agencies entering for the purpose of covering convention or any event in Malaysia.
    vi.Participants in a sporting event.

    Conditions

  • In possession of Valid Passport or recognized travel document
  • Visa (if required)
  • Return or onward air ticket
  • Ample funds
  • Returnability to home country is assured
  • Not a prohibited immigrant
  • Supporting document-purpose of visit
  • Notes

  • Issued at the point of entry
  • The pass can be extended upon application by the visitors at the nearest Immigration office.
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    VISIT PASS (Temporary Employment)

    1. Conditions for Issuing Visit Pass

    (Temporary Employment)

  • The foreign worker to be employed must remain outside Malaysia while the application is being processed. He or she will only be permitted to enter the country once Visit Pass (Temporary Employment) at the Immigration Office (whichever is nearest) is approved.
  • Workers must not be classified as persons prohibited to enter according to Section 8 (3) Immigration Act 1959/63.
  • The worker must be healthy and free from any dangerous or contagious diseases.
  • Processing a Passport or Travel Document with a validity of not less than 12 months from the date the pass is approved.
  • The worker must be within the age of 18 years to 45 years.
  • The worker is required to carry out a medical examination before entering the country using the format issued by the Immigration Department and must be carried out at FOMEMA or a local private clinic registered with the Ministry of Health.
  • The worker must abide by the country’s laws and regulations in force.
  • The worker is not allowed to bring his family to reside in the country.
  • The worker is not allowed to change employment sector and employer without the approval of the Immigration Department.
  • The worker is permitted only to stay in the country until the date stated in the Visit Pass (Temporary Employment). However, if an extension of the validity period is required, application must be made at least 3 months before the expiry date of the Pass.
  • The employer is fully responsible for all aspects relating to payment of visa, pass, levy and production of Bank Guarantee by the worker to the Immigration Department.
  • The employer’s (for Domestic Helper) monthly income must be at least RM3,000.00 to qualify for employing Indonesian and Thailand domestic helper, while the minimum income of RM10,000.00 to qualify for employing Filipino domestic helper.
  • Deposit can only be refunded if the employer or sponsor has submitted proof that the worker has left the country or has been released to another employer with the approval of the Immigration Department.
  • Worker must return to the country of origin as soon as possible after resigning, being dismissed or when the Visit Pass (Temporary Employment) has expired or been cancelled to their country of origin.
  • The approval for Visit Pass (Temporary Employment) can be revoked if it contravenes the condition set out by the Immigration Department.
  • (l) The Malaysian Government allows skills and unskilled workers from Bangladesh, Indonesia, Thailand, Pakistan and the Philippines to work in these sectors:

  • Plantation
  • Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • Services
  • The employer has to submit application for employment of foreign workers to the:


    Director, Foreign Workers Division,
    Headquarters of the Department of Immigration, Malaysia
    (Ministry of Home Affairs)
    Level 1-7 (Podium) Block 2G4, Precint 2,
    Federal Government Administration Centre,
    62550 Putrajaya, FEDERAL TERRITORY
    Telephone: 03-88801000 Fax: 03-88801200

    Notes

  • The Visit Pass (Temporary Employment) is issued to skilled and unskilled foreign workers.
  • The intended foreign workers must be outside Malaysia at the time of application. The applicant is allowed to enter and takes up employment only when the Visit Pass (Temporary Employment) is approved.
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    (ii) New Application

    Conditions

    The supporting documents to be furnished are:

  • Covering Letter
  • List of Foreign worker’s name
  • Detail of employer’s form
  • Detail of foreign workers and their dependents
  • Bank Guarantee
  • Medical Report
  • Form IMM.12 (1 copy)
  • Form IMM.38 (1 copy)-if applicable
  • Companies Registration i.e. ROC 13, 49 and 24
  • Photograph (black & white) measuring 3.5 cm x 5.0 cm
  • Passport & travel document
  • Notes

  • The application for Visit Pass (Temporary Employment) has to be submitted by the local employer to the nearest State Immigration Office
  • [Renewal]

    Conditions

  • Covering Letter
  • Payment form
  • Bank draft
  • Medical check up by FOMEMA
  • Bank Guarantee
  • Passport and travel document
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    Conditions

  • Covering letter from the employer
  • Form IMM. 12 (2 copies)
  • Photograph of employer measuring 3.5 cm x 5.0 cm (4 copies)
  • Photograph of intending maid measuring 3.5 cm x 5.0 cm (4 copies)
  • Personal Bond duty stamped
  • Contract of Agreement between employer and employee duly stamped
  • Photostat copy of Passport/Travel Document of intending domestic helper
  • Photostat copy of Identity Card of employer (husband & wife)
  • Photostat copy of Marriage Certificate or children’s Birth Certificate
  • Latest Income Tax return of employer (Borang J)
  • Medical report of domestic helper from home country
  • Form DBA 2 (amendment) PRA 1
  • Notes

    Only nationals of the following countries are allowed to work as domestic helper:

  • Indonesia
  • Philippines
  • Thailand
  • Cambodia
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    [Renewal]

    Conditions

  • Payment form (Bank draft)
  • Medical check up by FOMEMA
  • Personal Bond
  • Passport and travel document
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    VISIT PASS (Professional)

    Issued to foreigners who wish to enter for the purpose of engaging in short term contract with any agencies. The validity of the pass varies but not to exceed twelve (12) months at any one time.

    The intended foreign applicant must be outside Malaysia at the time of the application. The applicant is allowed to enter only when the pass is approved.

    The application has to be submitted by the local sponsor to the Immigration Headquarters, Kuala Lumpur.

    (i) Artiste (singer, dancer, musician, actor, or circus performer)

  • Filming
  • Covering letter
  • Form IMM. 12 (2 copies)
  • Form IMM. 47 (2 copies)-if relevant
  • Photograph measuring 3.5 cm x 5.0 cm
  • Photostat of Passport/travel document
  • Security Bond duly stamped
  • Letter of undertaking by agent duly stamped
  • Letter from the Embassy and Malaysian Foreign Affairs for Government matters
  • Letter of recommendation from Ministry of Home Affairs (if any)
  • List names of Artist/crew
  • Letter from Film Censor Board (for filming)
  • Letter of recommendation from the Ministry of Culture, Arts & Tourism
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    Rules and Guidelines in Handling Minor Traveling Abroad

  • Under Republic Act 7610, it is the policy of the State to provide special protection to children from all forms of abuse, neglect, cruelty, exploitation and discrimination and other conditions prejudicial to their development;
  • The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in coordination with other government agencies like the Bureau of Immigration are mandated to implement the said law;
  • The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has sent communication that it shall issue only TRAVEL CLEARANCES but not PARENTAL TRAVEL PERMIT in the instances enumerated in the law;
  • The Bureau cannot process the parental travel permit as required by the rules implementing R.A. 7610 as it will defeat the system of check and balance;
  • The Bureau cannot also hamper the smooth travel of all concerned, including children below eighteen (18) years of age, unless there is a compelling reason to do do;
  • The best interest of children shall be the paramount consideration in all actions considering them;
  • The following rules and guidelines are hereby adopted in compliance with the provisions of applicable laws:
    1.TRAVEL CLEARANCE issued by the DSWD shall be required in the following instances:
    a.A minor traveling alone;
    b.A minor traveling with person other than his/her natural parents/adoptive parents/legal guardians/legal custodian;
    c.A minor traveling for the purpose of adoption abroad (inter-country adoption);
    d.A minor adopted in the Philippines
    2.Individual travel clearance shall be required from minor traveling in groups for sport competition/cultural presentation/pilgrimage or study tours.
    3.PARENTAL CONSENT in any form, provided it is duly signed by the parent who will stay behind in the Philippines and subscribed before any officer authorized to administer oath, shall be required if the minor shall travel in the company of one of the natural parents or adoptive parents.
    3.1During departure inspection and in the event that the concerned Immigration Officer suspects that the document presented is not in order, he/she shall politely ask the minor and/or his/her companion to step aside and refer the matter to the Immigration Supervisor. Thereafter, the concerned Immigration Officer shall return to his counter and resume his duties.
    3.2During supervisor's inspection which shall be conducted in a speedy manner, the Immigration Supervisor on duty may ask clarificatory questions and/or require other documents like but not limited to marriage contract, birth certificate or identification cards bearing the signature of the parent who signed the consent for comparison and act accordingly.
    4.Travel clearance or parental consent shall NOT BE REQUIRED in the following instances:
    a.Minors with previous records of arrival/departure like the children of Filipino immigrants, children of overseas contract workers (OFWs) and those studying abroad;
    b.A minor traveling with one parent (natural or adoptive) and is joining the other parent (natural/adoptive) abroad;
    c.A minor born out of wedlock and is traveling with his/her natural mother;
    d.A minor traveling with his/her natural adoptive parent to whom sole parental authority has been granted by the court of competent jurisdiction.
    4.1When the Immigration Officer encounters any of the above circumstances and the minor or the accompanying parent is ready to present the supporting documents at the immigration counter, the Immigration Officer shall examine them and act accordingly.
    4.2However, when the minor or accompanying parent will still retrieve the supporting document/s from his/her luggage and are not readily available for departure inspection or when the Immigration Officer suspects that the documents presented are not in order, the concerned Immigration Officer shall refer the matter to the Immigration Supervisor for appropriate action and return to his/her post immediately.
    4.3In the circumstances mentioned in paragraph 4, sub-paragraph (a) to (d), the concerned Immigration Officer or Immigration Supervisor shall decide the matter by verifying from the available B1-computer travel database and other supporting documents like but not limited to birth certificates, court orders, pertinent entries in the passport of the minor and/or the accompanying parent, identification cards or their valid documents presented.
    5. However, when there is an existing hold departure/watch list order, the rules on HDO and watch list shall prevail.

    Parental Travel Permit Form click here

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    Social Security System (SSS): Link: www.sss.gov.ph