The Bureau of Immigration (BI) announced on Wednesday that visa-required foreign nationals who are parents…
The Bureau of Immigration will begin offering online visa extensions for transient travelers.
Short-term visitors who want to prolong their stay may submit their application online, as the Bureau of Immigration (BI) is getting ready to begin its online visa waiver project this month.
The goal is to launch the online visa extension application before the year is through. Basically, visitors who enter the country without a visa and want to renew their 30-day visa can do so online, according to BI spokesman Dana Sandoval’s message to reporters on Tuesday.
On the other hand, BI Commissioner Norman Tansingco oversaw the week-long agency-wide year-end celebration from December 5 to 9, during which he spoke about the numerous programs and other projects set up for the bureau’s betterment.
A noteworthy accomplishment of the year was the introduction of electronic transactions and payments for immigration applications. Another one was the eTravel system, a collaborative effort of various border control organizations.
The event gave BI staff members a chance to honor the organization’s accomplishments under the theme “Pasasalamat mula sa Bureau of Immigration.”
“We rejoice that the bureau has a fresh start. Despite the numerous problems and difficulties in the past, we anticipate a better future. Anticipate. Innovate. Motivate. These are the agency’s future directions. Prepare for the future, think creatively to enhance our offerings, and inspire one another to perform at the highest level as public servants. High-level BI, “said the BI director.
Along with an outreach initiative for local low-income families, the week-long event included gift-giving for employees’ children, including those in the janitorial and security services.
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