The ACR I Card Process In The Philippines


hello my friends this is BobbieD coming
to you from Talamban Cebu Philippines I’m having an awesome day in the Philippines today, i hope you are as well where you from hey today I wanna talk to you about the ACR-I Card in the Philippines ACR-I card in the Philippines, YAHHH… now when we talk about the Philippines, you understand, this country allows thousands and thousands of foreign
nationals to come into the country on a regular basis many of the foreign
national stay on a very short term basis and there are those foreign nationals stay on a long-term basis so the purpose
of ACR-I card hehehe… is to ensure that the Philippine government has a way of registering and keeping track of those foreign nationals that stay on a long term basis I’m gonna take you guys through the website board but i’m gonna to give you some information on what the ACR-I card actually is alright we just bring this
down to the corner I’ve got a word document appeared Now, so the ACR- I card is called the Allien
Certificate of Registration Identity card ok as you place the paper documentation
that was previously required to register foreigners and helps automated registration process ok so it’s the card it keeps information and regarding your
your status in the Philippines where you we’re live at, age, passport information that type thing, so what is it and who needs one the ACR-I card is a microchip card that
resembles the driving license it contains Biometric data and can be updated automatic card contains personal information photo, your status, date of entry to the
Philippines, your visa type, fingerprints and among other things this cause service a re-entry permit, immigration clearance certificate and special return certificate it doesn’t replace your passport still
need a valid passport with your visa stamp to legally stay in the
Philippines, now as of december 2009 towards to extend their stay past 59 days have to obtain an ACR-I card as to students and employees with prearranged employee pieces all registers foreigners and their dependents
living in the Philippines with an immigrant visa are required to get an ACR-I card alright so there’s no longer matter of choice do you want one or not you are required to get one if you live and stay in the Philippines over 59 days now i did a video several weeks ago regarding the tourists process and as you’re aware of from that video the tourists you can stay in the
Philippines for a total of fifty nine days once you’ve required an extension back but after the 59 days you are required to get an ACR-I card ok that is required that the Philippines government judges believe that anyone stay as 59 days or more they consider that to be a long term basis so you definitely want to get used to be required to have that. this is the form you need BI form 2014 08 005

35 thoughts on “The ACR I Card Process In The Philippines

  1. Happy 4th of July my friend. This information will help a lot for people who wants to stay longer-term in the Philippines. My stepson, wife and children wants to follow us in the Philippines once we get settled there. It's my number 1 question regarding their case. I'll tell him to watch your video for a better understanding on how to settle in the Philippines. Thank you friend.

  2. Hi good info. Can I apply for an ACR-I card a few days after I enter the country as I intend to stay.

  3. …when you go for the renewal of your visa the 2nd time (I mean 3rd month stay after the 59th day ) the bureau of immigration issues automatically the ACR I card …using the data stored in your bio metrical passport ….. no need of pict or fingerprint and no form to fill …..the only issue is about time it takes hours in manila …. and you need one 2X2 only for visa renewal not for acr I card , no form to fill anymore …got mine 2 days ago. july 27 this year 2016….. ACR I card is still valid one year …..

  4. BRO, IF YOU ARE IN THE PHILIPPINES OVER A YEAR AND NOT MARRIED AND YOU HAVE COMPLIED WITH IMMIGRATION AND HAVE A ACR I CARD CAN YOU OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT? LOVE YOUR MUSIC, ALSO CAN YOU DO A VIDEO OF WHAT AN AMERICAN NEEDS TO DO IF HIS PASSPORT IS EXPIRING OR HE DOES NOT HAVE ENOUGH PAGES AND HE DOES WANT TO GO BACK HOME, WHAT HE NEEDS TO DO!

  5. So All I need is go to BI with a valid address (Residence) in Philippines, Filled up Forms, Money (fees) & Valid Passport. So how long would it take for the ACR to complete?

  6. Great because WE DON'T FOREIGN CRIMINALS TO COME TO IUR COUNTRY…YOU KNOW…LIKE PEDOPHILES, FELONS, DRUG DEALERS ETC…

  7. Im married to filipina, i get a 1 yr balikbayan stamp when we enter. we stay usually 4 to 5 months.every year.. i never had this card nor was asked for it? so im very confused………..

  8. So i can leave the philippines within that 12 month period and then return and not have to go through visa extensions again if my acri card is still valid.

  9. hello, i'm a filipina who married to an american citizen, and he want to stay long here in philippines. what are the requirements to apply alien certificate of registration? and how long to take? please I need help. thank you in advance.

  10. Hello everyone. I'm a filipina, who married here in Philippines with my american citizen husband. And he want to stay long here. So, what are the requirements to apply Alien Certificate of Registration? And how long to take? Please, I need help. Thank you in advance.

  11. Good videos as always. I have a question about filling out the acr i card application. I'm on Balikbayan status but I'm applying for the acr i card. There is one section called the visa/travel information that I'm not sure what information I put in since I'm on Balikbayan status and this status is not a visa. So do I just put n/a or something else? Thanks in advance.

  12. Can I enter into the Philippines with a one way ticket from the USA, if I already have a valid ACR I that I obtained from my previous visit?

  13. What sort of IDs do I have to show in order to get my ACR I card? I'm asking because I'm here in Bangkok, and basically down to nothing but a passport. (My drivers license is even expired) Will just a valid passport be enough to go through all this without any problems? Thanks in advance!

  14. Can you get an ACR card if on the Balikbayan privilege (since not a visa)? I've looked, but not seeing anything. Thank you sir! Peace!

  15. I understand you guys are not Immigration, but here goes:
    I am married to a Filipina. Do I need to get the ACRI card or should I apply for the Visa 13A Permanent Resident?

  16. Very funny how you accentuated the I in ACR-I card repeatedly. I wasn't sure if I wanted to listen all the way through, but after viewing in it's entirety I thought the video was very informative. Thank you for sharing, Sir!

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