Quarantine for at least 14 days after arrival in the Philippines

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FACNEWSEric Apolonio, Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) spokesperson added scheduled inbound international commercial flights would be allowed to land at the NAIA on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, provided they secure approval from CAAP 48 hours before their scheduled departure from the airport of origin.

“This is to properly coordinate the necessary slotting and rescheduling of flights to subscribe to the 400 passengers per day capacity of NAIA, as imposed by the National Task Force (for Covid-19),” he said. Apolonio said the restrictions, which will run from May 11 to June 10, 2020, shall only apply to NAIA.

FAC Update May 2020

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FAC-Philippines---Monthly-Update-MAYWe would like inform all our Customer's, Member's and Foreign Residents to give due notice when the FAC Immigration Consultancy START the regular Business.

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) said its officers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) and other international ports are on standby for the resumption of flights to the Philippines later this week.

According to BI Commissioner Jaime Morente, Immigration Officers assigned at the airports still continue to render full-time duties despite the suspension of inbound commercial passenger flights. “Our officers continue to work on skeletal deployment as their services are still needed to process other types of flights that are not covered by the suspension,” BI Commissioner Jaime Morente said.

Morente explained that aside from conducting immigration inspection and boarding formalities for international passengers, BI officers are also mandated to process the pilots and crew of cargo, maintenance and utility flights that enter and leave the country. Records show that around 50 cargo planes fly in and out of NAIA in the past days. “These pilots and crew are all subject to routine immigration processing and inspection, be they foreigners or Filipinos,” the BI chief added.

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CENSUS 2020 - Philippines

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The 2020 Census of Population and Housing (CPH) is on its way this May 2020 !

2020 Census won’t be 100% computerized Covered by the Census are population count, demography and socioeconomic characteristics, types of houses and household, and barangay data. The PSA is aims to cover all communities and locations.

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COVID-19 - Update 03. APR 2020

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Update MAR-APR 2020The Bureau of Immigration (BI) calling all Foreigner on 02. APR 2020 to follow the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) until the "stay-at-home order" will be suspended. ( 05:00 AM - 08:00 PM)

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COVID-19 - Update 30. MAR 2020

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Update MAR-APR 2020The Bureau of Immigration (BI) announced that Flight cancellations by the airlines and travel restrictions implemented due to the COVID-19 outbreak has prompted the Bureau of Immigration (BI) to scale down its operations and downsize its workforce at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

Starting today, we are relocating our offices and operations at Terminals 2 and 3 to Terminal 1 where all flights to and from NAIA shall take place,” BI Commissioner Jaime Morente said.

Earlier, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) announced that it was moving all its operations to NAIA’s Terminal 1 in view of the suspension of many flights by different airlines due to the ongoing enhanced community quarantine. Morente disclosed that as a result of the downscaling of airport operations, the BI has assigned a skeletal workforce at the NAIA that would suffice to ensure the uninterrupted delivery of immigration services to the travelling public.

“This would enable our personnel to lessen the risk of getting infected by this virus,” the BI chief said. Morente added that the action was to ensure that hazards are minimized, as the officers continued to report as frontliners at the airport amidst the ongoing community quarantine to fight the spread of COVID-19. According to BI port operations division chief Grifton Medina, all of the immigration officers assigned at NAIA’s three terminals have been instructed to report for duty at Terminal 1 until the resumption of normal flight operations.

Medina said that as a result of the downsizing of operations, BI officers manning NAIA’s immigration counters are now on skeletal force. “We are now fully compliant with the requirements of the enhanced community quarantine wherein government employees are enjoined to maintain a minimal number of employees without compromising the delivery of services to the public,” Medina added.

He assured that there are enough BI officers who will be on hand to conduct immigration formalities for passengers of the few international flights that will continue to fly in and out of the NAIA during the quarantine period.

Important Government and News Sites about COVID 19:

  • www.ncovtracker.doh.gov.ph
  • www.ndrrmc.gov.ph
  • www.pia.gov.ph
  • www.doh.gov.ph