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Beware of false visa extensions

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Beware of false visa extensions

According to this report a tourist was found to have false visa extensions when checked by the authorities. These had allegedly been arranged by a travel agent :-

…inquirer.net/73345/japanese-national-arrest…

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1. Re: Beware of false visa extensions

Best to go to the nearest BOI. I find the smaller ones take only 15 to 30 mins to get visa extensions

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2. Re: Beware of false visa extensions

It is no fool proof way to tell but make sure you get official government receipts from the travel agent for the fees paid.

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3. Re: Beware of false visa extensions

OR receipts yes..

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4. Re: Beware of false visa extensions

I agree with Phoenix, it is best to go to the immigration office and you can find one in capital cities/towns in most provinces. --> immigration.gov.ph/index.php…

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