An Interesting update from PRA

Please review 2nd paragraph, middle section.....
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Additionally......

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Calif-Native :

Please review 2nd paragraph, middle section.....
/Users/garyspeiginer/Desktop/PRA News Letter April 2020.png

Additionally......

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PhilippineR … e_internal

Calif,

I have read this previously, and it seems it has little to no effect on those already in the country. Though for SRRV holders (single) that are out of the country and wish to return at this time, it appears they will not be able to do so until the restrictions are lifted on travel.

A friend in Tagaytay was in the process of obtaining his SRRV when the shutdown was implemented. The PRA has his documents and passport, held as normal pending issuance of the SRRV.  The biggest issue he has with this, aside from the secure keeping of his documents, is that he is without his passport until this mess is over. 
His rep assured him that his stay here is not in jeopardy.

I have spoken with my PRA rep and she assured me that those in the country will not be affected. Those wanting to enter will have to wait. With the possible exception of those with a Filipino spouse, who, if granted entry will be quarantined and tested.

My understanding to this point.

TeeJay4103 :
Calif-Native :

Please review 2nd paragraph, middle section.....
/Users/garyspeiginer/Desktop/PRA News Letter April 2020.png

Additionally......

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PhilippineR … e_internal

Calif,

I have read this previously, and it seems it has little to no effect on those already in the country. Though for SRRV holders (single) that are out of the country and wish to return at this time, it appears they will not be able to do so until the restrictions are lifted on travel.

A friend in Tagaytay was in the process of obtaining his SRRV when the shutdown was implemented. The PRA has his documents and passport, held as normal pending issuance of the SRRV.  The biggest issue he has with this, aside from the secure keeping of his documents, is that he is without his passport until this mess is over. 
His rep assured him that his stay here is not in jeopardy.

I have spoken with my PRA rep and she assured me that those in the country will not be affected. Those wanting to enter will have to wait. With the possible exception of those with a Filipino spouse, who, if granted entry will be quarantined and tested.

My understanding to this point.

Exactly why I stayed put here!...Only thing I've missed out would have been a free all expense paid 2week mandatory quaranteen stay at Shangri la Singapore!

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