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If your spouse is a Philippine Citizen, or a former Citizen of the Philippines, you can qualify.

So, this is the new state of Resident Visas in the Philippines. Bob Martin is the Publisher & Editor in Chief of the Live in the Philippines Web Magazine.

Bob is an Internet Entrepreneur who is based in Davao.

This article has been updated for changes in policy for 2017. When you decide to live in the Philippines, you need to get some sort of visa that will allow you to live here. You will need to fill out an application, take some medical tests, get police clearances and such, then send it all in to the Philippine Embassy or Consulate in your area.

In my opinion, for those who qualify, a Resident Visa is the best way to go! Generally, it takes only a week or two for your visa to be approved, and then you have six months to enter the Philippines, and live here for good!

Bob is an American who has lived permanently in Mindanao since May 2000.

Here in Mindanao, Bob has resided in General Santos City, and now in Davao City.

In the past, even if you had an annulment or divorce, they did not revoke your 13 Series Resident Visa.

But, for the past few years, more and more, the BI has started revoking resident visas for those who are no longer married.

In addition to applying for the visa in your home country, you can also apply after you arrive in the Philippines, but I would strongly recommend that you do the application before coming to the Philippines. When you apply for your resident visa, if your spouse is a Philippine Citizen you will be applying for a 13(a) visa.

Doing it here involves a lot of hassles, extra paperwork, takes months to process, and will probably require some extra money on this end. If your spouse is a former Citizen you will be applying for a 13(g) visa.

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