“EEC-B FEE

Just curious if any PR 13a holders have exited MNL recently in regards to what they paid for the

“ECC-B” fee ?


    Just curious if any PR 13a holders have exited MNL recently in regards to what they paid for the “ECC-B” fee ?        -@vehicross100

I am not 13a but visitor visa  and my last ECC was 500 Pesos @ immigration. The bull was fingerprints  in ink and a photo. Even though they already have. 15/20 minutes walk out. That was ECC A.

Cheers, Steve.

@vehicross100 Hi, I got the 13a and the standard fee is 2.880 PHP. This is for the ECC, the RP as well as for the unavoidable 500 PHP Express fee.


The immigration says that you can get it at the airport, however, this did not work for me. So I had to go to Intramuros Main Office to get it there.

On the ECCa my total fee was 500 Pesos after 35 months here. T ECCb they are taking you to the cleaners given your prices Andy.


Cheers, Steve.

Andy


This is just a week trip to Thailand so plan on getting at MNL Airport, if you dont mind me asking you why it didnt work out for you to receive at Airport, can you please elaborate so myself and others dont make  a mistake ?


Correct the “B” is much more Expensive then the  “A”

and guessing p2500-3000 Range

hi !

nice visas forum, but reserved to professional : PR13a ? ECC-A B ? MNL ?........


    hi !
nice visas forum, but reserved to professional : PR13a ? ECC-A B ? MNL ?........
   

    -@Info Rebond

Hi,  translating, PR13a is one of the available visas.  There are tourist visas, (9A),  marriage visas, (13a), (married to a pinoy/pinay), SRRV visas,  and many others.

MNL is manila.

ECC is exit clearance certificate, A is for leaving under a tourist visa, B is leaving under most other kinds of visas. Most every foreigner now needs to get an ECC to

leave,  basically they are checking that you haven't committed heinous deeds here during your stay.

Hope this helps

Yes Blacksheep unless under 6 months stay then no need for ECC, What amazes me is as a visitor it costs me 500 Pesos but other visas like 13a or even perhaps those holding an SRRV the extra cost/s.


Cheers, Steve.

So maybe a better question from me is,


Has anyone here actually received a “ECC-B” at the MNL airport when departing or is everyone just going to BI ?

vehicross100 said . . .     So maybe a better question from me is,Has anyone here actually received a “ECC-B” at the MNL airport when departing or is everyone just going to BI ?

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That is a scary situation for holders of 13A like myself. You run into a misinformed agent at the airport, your plane leaves in two hours and they tell you go to the BI for clearance.


There goes $$$ worth of tickets.       

Exactly, Me too,

So be nice to hear from anyone who has actually succeeded in receiving the ECC-B at MNL Before departure...

So to Follow up on my post, during some research I found that BI now has a online web e-site where appointments and forms can be submitted. While there I seen a ECC-B application form. So i will try this a week or so before my travel. I Wont know until I actually submit form if its all online or if i will still have to visit a branch...I will update soon

FYI site: e-services.immigration.gov.ph

Finger prints and pics?

Sounds like immi to me and only my experience.


Cheers, Steve.

@vehicross100


I was unaware I even needed the EEC-B certificate until I got to immigration in terminal 2 I think.  I had to haul my ass over to terminal 3 to get the EEC-B on an express basis and it cost me 500 pesos at the airport.  I ended up just missing my flight but the airline put me up in a hotel and got me a ticket to thailand the next morning so it all worked out

@Edword


Thank you for letting us know that the ECC-B can be obtained at airport, but i guess lesson here is to arrive a couple hours early...

journal.com.ph/immigration-one-stop-shop-opens-at-naia-3/


Apparently these links above are pics of the BI

”One stop Shop” in Terminal 3 on Third Floor

but for unknown reasons only 13A and SRRV visa holders can receive a ECC-B there before departure...

Received a message from Dasma BI  field Branch and after suggesting to me to apply online i asked them if its ALL online or if i still need to visit a branch to complete or pickup etc, and they informed me its ALL online now, no visit to any branch if choosing the Online E application...

@blacksheepjuno  thanks  a lot  !!!!

UPDATE:


The online ECC-B is real, but unfortunately after being here for 8 years I got a online error stating that my ACR Card number could not be located, no surprise there. So i gambled on the NAIA airport BI ”One Stop Shop” on day of departure and Succeded in receiving the EEC-B there. The One Stop Shop is located way at one end, almost hidden.

Although the staff there acted as though if I were'nt leaving in a few hours they would have told me to go somewhere else. Anyway i paid my p2800 plus the p1600 airport tax and was able to exit and have my re-entry permit, but this service at Naia is only for 13A Holders and maybe srrv holders, not sure on other Visa's receieving ECC-B at airport...