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Does the Philippines have to be blacklisted when repatriated

Date: 2022-04-28 PageView: 1351

The Philippines still has very strict regulations on entry, and once it is blacklisted by the Philippine Immigration Bureau, it will also have a great impact on its own travel. Moreover, there are so many people at the airport who want to enter the Philippines every day. Naturally, everyone will see many people being repatriated to the country, and there are certain reasons for the repatriation to the country. Part of the reason is that the Philippine entry judges that this person's behavior is Or some places do not meet the needs of entering the Philippines, or have violated the requirements of entering the Philippines, so they are directly repatriated. So will the repatriated Philippines be blacklisted?


What are the reasons for the repatriation of the Philippines

When going to the Philippines, you need to apply for relevant visas, and visas are valid. If you do not return to China in time after the validity period, but stay in the Philippines, then once it is found out, you will definitely be repatriated..

Another is that there is no work visa. Simply put, it is illegal workers in the Philippines. This situation will also happen. They did not enter the Philippines through proper procedures, and later they will be found out because of illegal work and then repatriated.

The last reason is that the actions in the Philippines violate the laws and regulations of the country and will not be repatriated until a certain price is paid.

There is also a special situation in which people are directly repatriated when they enter the Philippines to apply for landing visa. This may be because their personal names are on the blacklist, or for other reasons, they cannot use landing visa to enter the country and are directly repatriated to the country, which is tantamount to being rejected by the Philippines. It is also serious that after being detained and interrogated, they will only be repatriated if they find that there is no problem.

Does the Philippines have to be blacklisted when repatriated

From the reasons for being repatriated, we can know that once the act of repatriation occurs, it will prove that the individual's behavior has made mistakes in the Philippine regulations, that is to say, it meets the circumstances of being repatriated, then these behaviors will automatically be pulled into the blacklist, and the existence of the blacklist is permanent and will not be automatically eliminated unless you spend money to wash the white.

If you have any other questions about entering the Philippines, you can consult the customer service of our platform, which will provide you with more professional services.


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