In general, foreigners wishing to enter the Philippines require a visa, unless the Philippines has visa waiver agreements with several countries around the world. As a result, many nationals are not required to apply for a visa. However, all foreigners wishing to travel to the Philippines must meet the following conditions: the following conditions apply to non-visa-required nationals who wish to visit the Philippines for more than 30 days and to all visa-required nationals, regardless of the length of their stay. Please read the previous section to see if you need a visa. Validity: Visitors to the United States must be in possession of passports valid six months after their planned stay in the United States. Citizens of the countries mentioned on Six Month Club Update are exempt from the six-month rule and only need a valid passport for the planned stay. If you are travelling without a visa under the visa waiver program, your passport must be valid for at least 90 days. If your passport is not valid for 90 days, you will be admitted to the United States until the passport expires. No visa is required for a stay of up to thirty (30) days.
The traveller must have a valid ticket for return to the nearest country of origin or destination country and a passport valid for at least six (6) months after their stay in the Philippines. Philippine visa policy is governed by Commonwealth Act 613, also known as the Philippine Immigration Act, and subsequent laws to amend the law. The law is jointly implemented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (AED) and the Immigration Office (IB). Visitors from 157 countries can enter without a visa for a period of 14 to 59 days. Note: For each unaccompanied minor, an exemption fee of P3,120.00 is paid to the Office of Immigration Authorities at the port of entry. A visitor visa for the country can be obtained through an embassy or consulate. Taiwanese citizens must complete an online form with valid passport to obtain their eTA for the Philippines. Travellers with minor traffic offences that have not resulted in an arrest and/or conviction for the offence may travel without a visa, provided they are qualified by other means. If the offence occurred while you were in the United States.