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asked by BestTravel
How long can an immigrant stay in the Philippines?

2 Answers

+1 vote
answered by BestTravel
If you really want to jet back and forth to the Philippines often but live in the US permanently, stay in the US long enough to qualify for naturalization, typically five years. Once a US citizen, travel as you see fit for as long as you see fit.
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answered by VideoGuide
Expat living in the Philippines

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