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Ok what is this Cerificate of Residence?

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OP: You didn't specify but it sounds from your vague post you're arriving with a 13A? If so, ignore all the previous replies as they have nothing to do with you. When you go through immigration at the

what paperwork are u bringing ?   Follow the line of ppl going to collect there luggage and b4 u know it your lining up for immigration, they will give u a 21 day stay and a few days b4 that termina

it's now 30 days

Certificate of Residence ?

 

 

If renting a current Contract / Lease agreement on property you residing in would be one I would think. Or something else current that shows your name and address on it like Electrical or Water bill I think also would be considered .

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You get a 'Certificate of Residence' from your local barangay office, which states that you have resided at your current address since whatever date.If you change your residence while a 13a status immigrant, you must notify BIR and also provide them with an affidavit of address change, duly notarized.

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"and certificate of residence."

 

Ok what is this Cerificate of Residence?

 

Tell your Mrs. to take you to the barangy for a CTC or otherwise known as cedula. But the document being referred to in the post quoting that law is actually a document that used to exist. ACRs used to be a piece of paper. There were two documents the ACR itself (a piece of paper) and a cert. of residency. The cert of residency was just a form filled out and then stamped by immig. Both are obsolete now.

 

 

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Really, all they are looking for is something that shows that you really live here. A rental agreement or a title to property (with your name somewhere on the document) will do fine. When I had my 13A interview, we had the title for our house with us in case she asked to see it. She didn't even ask.

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Monsoon, the certificate or residence is not obsolete in the circumstance I described. I know, because I had to provide exactly that to BOI in Davao last week.

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