Embassy of the Philippines - Consular & Other Services
The moment you were naturalized as a US citizen, you have relinquished. Taft Avenue, Manila, Philippines, P.O. Box , Manila Tel. No. External Relations & Internationalization Office Dual Citizen (Filipino -.). A person born in the United States with one parent or with both parent(s) no longer Philippine citizen(s) at time of birth is not a Philippine citizen.
However, there is another kind of dual citizenship, which is not covered by the law. This pertains to a dual citizen by birth: A child born in the United States when either parent was still a Filipino citizen is considered to be a dual citizen from birth if born on or after January 17, Dual citizens who wish to apply for a Philippine passport will need to make a separate application and submit the requirements as specified in "passport for dual or newly-registered PH citizens" link on the left.
Submit the original and one duplicate copy of the following required documents to apply for reacquisition of Philippine citizenship: Blurred or low quality photos are not accepted.
Applicants scheduled for oath-taking are requested to come dressed in at least decent casual attire, which does not include sleeveless shirts for mentank top, spaghetti strapped or mid-riff blouses for womenshorts of any kind, and slippers.
Among these rights are: The right to travel with a Philippine passport. The right to own real property in the Philippines. You will enjoy all other rights and privileges enjoyed by Filipino citizens. Implication on taxes Income Tax Under the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program ofincomes earned abroad by Filipinos from onwards are no longer taxable.
Hence, all Filipinos abroad, including those who have reacquired their Philippine citizenship, have been exempted by the Philippine Government from paying Philippine income tax on incomes earned abroad. Incomes earned in the Philippines, however, will be subject to Philippine income tax.
Travel Tax Travel Tax exemption is being granted to dual citizens departing the Philippines and returning to the United States whose arrival is stamped on the Philippine passport and whose stay does not exceed one 1 year, the same privilege accorded to Filipino permanent residents abroad.
Processing fee of Php Those whose arrival is stamped on the U. Provided that their immigration status in the Philippines is as temporary visitors and not as permanent resident. Dual citizens whose stay in the Philippines exceed one 1 year will pay the travel tax irrespective of which passport they are using for travel. Residency requirement Residency in the Philippines is NOT a requirement for those who reacquire Philippine citizenship. Documents submitted which are in a foreign language must have an official English translation.
In addition to the payment, applicant must present a valid identification card. VISA Nationals of a number of countries with which the Philippines maintains diplomatic relations, including the United States, may avail themselves of visa-free entry into the Philippines, provided their stay will not exceed 30 days.
US citizens who wish to stay more than 30 days in the Philippines and nationals of countries who are not extended the day visa free privilege should apply for a visa before traveling to the Philippines. Returning Balikbayans or former Filipinos may also enter the Philippines without a visa and stay for a period of one 1 year, provided that they have a passport valid for 6 months beyond the intended stay in the Philippines, a roundtrip ticket, and proof of former Philippine citizenship e.
Foreign spouses and their minor children may avail themselves of this privilege if traveling with the Balikbayan.
How long can I stay in the Philippines based on my visa? This may extend beyond the period of validity of the visa, depending on the date of arrival in the country. Can I stay longer than the authorized period of stay on my visa? Yes, you may extend your stay in the Philippines through the Philippine Bureau of Immigration. The right to engage in business and commerce as a Filipino; and 4. Your foreign spouse also automatically becomes eligible for an immigrant visa.
You will enjoy all other rights and privileges enjoyed by Filipino citizens.
Dual Citizenship (RA ) – Philippine Consulate General Los Angeles California
What are the implications on payment of income taxes? Under the Philippine Comprehensive Tax Reform Program ofincomes earned overseas by Filipinos from onwards are no longer taxable by the Philippine government. Hence, all Filipinos abroad, including those who have reacquired their Philippine citizenship, have been exempted by the Philippine Government from paying Philippine income tax on incomes earned abroad.
Incomes earned in the Philippines, however, will be subject to Philippine income tax. However, prospective applicants are advised to visit and read the contents of http: Internal Revenue Service, which contains information about current U. What about payment of Philippine travel taxes?
Dual Citizenship Philippines
Travel Tax exemption is being granted to dual citizens departing the Philippines and returning to the US whose arrival is stamped on the Philippine passport and whose stay does not exceed one 1 year. Processing fee of PHP Dual citizens whose stay in the Philippines exceed one 1 year will pay the travel tax irrespective of which passport they use for travel.
Is there a residency requirement to be eligible for dual citizenship?
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Those who intend to vote in local elections, however, must establish residence in the locality where they wish to vote. Can I now reside in the Philippines?
Having reacquired your Philippine citizenship, you can now reside in the Philippines for as long as you want without having to apply for entry visa and paying immigration fees. You can even choose to retire or permanently settle in the Philippines.
Will my application for dual citizenship under RA affect my US citizenship? The Act does not require one to renounce his or her US citizenship.
Also, there is no prohibition against dual citizenship in the US.
The US Supreme Court, as early ashas stated that dual citizenship is a "status long recognized by law" and that "a person may have and exercise rights of nationality in two countries and may be subject to the responsibilities of both.
The mere fact he asserts the rights of one citizenship does not without more mean that he renounces the other" Kawakita v US, US