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  1. There are several types of SRRVisa available and they do not all carry the same monetary requirements to join. The 'SRRV Classic' is $20,000 U.S Dollars if you do NOT have a monthly pension of $800 single/ $1,000 for couple. If you do have a pension that meets the requirements as above then your cost will be $10,000 U.S. dollars.
  2. Not any longer, it's been available for a couple of months or so now. Not certain but I think its only obtainable from within the Phils at the moment.
  3. Dave, Just curious why a longer runway would be good? Is the present runway so short that it presents a safety hazard?
  4. The way I read that is your answer is No. As Graham59 says... 'Refers to those who've had difficulty renewing their 'normal' visa due to the Covid-19 confusion'.
  5. I was under the impression that obtaining the SRRV can only be achieved by applicants that are are already in the Philippines at this time? I don't know this for a fact, it just seems to pop up on things like FB and the like occasionally. Hopefully this is not the case and I wish you well in your quest. Maybe you could keep the forum updated with your progress as it could be a benefit to others . Good Luck.
  6. Why would you paint a pair of red and blue toilet brushes? ()
  7. I will leave you the keys to my place Jim, we are off to Cebu City tonight for a few days, time to check out the reopening of the bars there AND miss the bloody brownout!
  8. Much the same for us here in Dumaguete and the surrounding towns. We are due another 12 hour brownout this coming Sunday, they are maybe one per month at the moment and probably ongoing for a while. Whilst they are definitely inconvenient and unwelcome it is very doable if you have advance notice, it is the unplanned which I dislike the most as you never know whether its going to be minutes or hours without power. We are fortunate that we just live 20 meters from the beach so at least we do get some cooling sea breezes.
  9. To be fair Jim, the Aussies have always been a bit lacking.
  10. I too hope all goes well with your second dose. If possible can you come back to the forum then and give us an update on how things went. Also, perhaps you could also then give a report on the verification/paperwork that you hopefully will have received. I know for example that Thailand are being very stringent on the verification of Certificate of Vaccination and many British Tourists trying to obtain a visa to go there are being forced to go back to their GP's to get formal printed vaccination certificates issued from the National Health Service. As far as Thailand are concerned if it isn't up to their required standard then no visa issued. I am sure other countries will follow suit. I wonder what paperwork the Philippines will issue? (Haha, that's just begging a whole load of humorous answers I guess).
  11. Hi Queenie, Congrats on getting your first Astra Zeneca vaccination. Have they guaranteed you a second Astra Zeneca vaccination? If so, how long between the first and second jabs?
  12. I think you're correct on that Scott regarding the 13A holders but what about the vast numbers of spouses that haven't got their 13A visas? Still no entry for them as I see it. For me as an unmarried 'Parent of a Filipino Child' I would not currently qualify under the present rules to enter the Phils. Having said that, I haven't actually left yet so hopefully that amendment will get reinstated at some point in the near future.
  13. No tourists. No unaccompanied spouse. No 'Parent of a Filipino Child', unless parent is a Filipino.
  14. Some may choose to say that....however some (myself included) might choose to describe him as an arrogant and ignorant prick. One of the worst in a Royal Family that continue to hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. And yes, like yourself I am British but the likes of him and his ilk do not represent me.
  15. As it is considered bad manners to speak ill of the dead, the best I can offer to this person is RIP. A loss to his immediate family which is the norm when anybody passes but just in my own humble opinion no loss outside of that family. Just a smidgen of garbage to spill from his mouth over the years :- No filter: Prince Philip is known for his verbal gaffes and occasional temper. On the occasion of his 90th birthday in 2011, the Independent newspaper compiled 90 of his greatest hits. Visiting China, he said this to a British student: “If you stay here much longer, you will go home with slitty eyes.” To a 13-year-old boy who dreamed of becoming an astronaut: “You could do with losing a little bit of weight.” To a nursing home resident in a wheelchair: “Do people trip over you?”
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