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A. NBI CARD FINGERPRINTING

      • Personal appearance
      • Duly accomplished NBI Form
      • One (1) colored 2x2 size photo with white plain background
      • Copy of passport and visa
      • Fees – USD 25 (for notarial services)
      • Processing Time – Three (3) working days

B. TRAVEL CLEARANCE FOR FILIPINO MINORS TRAVELING TO CAMBODIA

Filipino minor children (below 18 years old) traveling to Cambodia alone or unaccompanied by either parent will require a Travel Clearance issued by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).  The DSWD will require the following documents:

      • Affidavit of Support and Consent – to be executed by both parents. If child is born out of wedlock, to be executed by the mother only.
      • Special Power of Attorney (SPA) – if the minor child has no passport yet. The SPA will authorize a person other than the parents to apply for the child's passport on their behalf.
      • Fees – USD 25 (for Affidavit only); USD 50 (for Affidavit and SPA)

For more details regarding the application procedure for a DSWD Travel Clearance,  please click the link below:

http://www.dswd.gov.ph/faqs/travel-clearance-for-minors/

C. ACCREDITATION OF FOREIGN MEDIA AND DOCUMENTARY FILM MAKERS

Foreign newsmen and journalists visiting the Philippines in pursuit of their profession are required to apply for a temporary visitor's visa.

The following are additional requirements for visa application of foreign newsmen, journalist, cinema/television groups:

Requirements:

Duly accomplished visa application form with one (1) photo

Original and photocopy of the duly accomplished IPC form

Original passport and photocopy of the passport (data page only)

Letter of request stating their intention to do a documentary film/report in the Philippines

List of crew members and designation

Curriculum vitae

List of equipment

Itinerary and flight details

Synopsis/storyline

Payment of  visa fee of US$25 for single entry, valid for three (3) months

IPC Accreditation:

For accreditation purposes, a letter of request enclosing the duly accomplished IPC application form with one (1) picture has to be sent in advance, through email, to the International Press Center (IPC) in Manila:

Director for Media Relations

International Press Center (IPC)

Presidential Communications Operations Office

G/F National Press Club Building

Magallanes Drive, Intramuros, Manila 1002

Telefax No. (+632) 33 66 095

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Upon arrival in the Philippines, the journalist/s must proceed to the International Press Center for accreditation. Requirements are as follows:

Original duly accomplished IPC accreditation form

Photocopy of the passport (pages 1 & 2) and latest arrival stamp in the Philippines

Two (2) pieces 2x2 colored pictures with white background per member

D. TRAVELERS TAKING PET ANIMALS TO THE PHILIPPINES

REQUIREMENTS

      • Vaccination Card (if available) showing the pet's vaccination for rabies, canine distemper, infectious hepatitis, leptospirosis, canine parvovirus, or feline panleukopenia and proof that the animal was treated for internal and external parasites.
      • Health Certificate issued by a duly licensed local veterinarian not more than 30 days before arrival in the Philippines. It should certify that the animal is free from, and has not been recently exposed to, any dangerous communicable disease, and that it has been given anti-rabies and other required inoculations. The Health Certificate must be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MFAIC) of the Kingdom of Cambodia and subsequently authenticated by the Philippine Embassy
      • Import Permit from the Bureau of Animal Industry of the Department of Agriculture (DA-BAI) in the Philippines. The application for the Import Permit may be (1) filed directly with DA-BAI or (2) the traveler may file the application upon arrival in Manila with the Quarantine Officer stationed at the airport upon presentation of the above-mentioned Health Certificate. In the case of direct application, the application for Import Permit may be filed by any party on behalf of the owner, who has to provide details such as the kind, breed, age, etc; and pay the application fee. A copy of the Import Permit should be faxed or mailed to the owner by the person who applied on his behalf.

Bureau of Animal Industry
Animal Health Division
Visayas Avenue
Diliman, Quezon City
Philippines
Tel. + 63 2 926 6883 / +63 2 927 0971 / +63 2 925 43 43 / +63 2 920 0816
Fax +63 2 926 6866 / +63 2 920 0815