90 days tourist visa stamp at Clark

I have been living in the Philippines for years on tourist visas. I recently had to exit and re-enter the Philippines after my three-year tourist visa limit.

I usually fly out of Manila but this time I decided to fly out of Clark. Upon arrival back to the Clark the immigration officer stamped my passport with a stamp that say 90 days!

This has never happened to me before. I did some googling and could not find any change in Philippine immigration law vis-à-vis a tourist visa on entry.

Has anyone else ever received a 90-day stamp?

Always arrived at Manila and always just given 30 days, although I've heard that you can apply at the airport for 59 days if you have Philippine pesos with you to pay for it, but I've never found out where to go and how to do that at the airport.

aubrey2009 :

I have been living in the Philippines for years on tourist visas. I recently had to exit and re-enter the Philippines after my three-year tourist visa limit.

I usually fly out of Manila but this time I decided to fly out of Clark. Upon arrival back to the Clark the immigration officer stamped my passport with a stamp that say 90 days!

This has never happened to me before. I did some googling and could not find any change in Philippine immigration law vis-à-vis a tourist visa on entry.

Has anyone else ever received a 90-day stamp?

Hi aubrey and welcome to the forum, enjoy and contribute. That's a new one on me (90 day visa) and well done to achieve it. Never flown into Clark as the flights are too expensive "big time" from Australia but as another member suggests 30 day automatic and can be extended with immi at the airport to 59 days, take plenty of small note pesos as they never seem to have change,,,,,,

Cheers, Steve.

Did you happen to have a Balikbayan stamp in your passport or maybe a $20 bill  :D

I think bill was out to lunch.

Cheers, Steve.

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