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Countries Filipinos Can Visit using their US Permanent Resident Cards

By on Jun 15, 2011 in Travel | 6 comments

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Once Filipinos become US Permanent Resident green card holders, there are 11 countries and territories that they can travel to without applying for a tourist visa to enter as long as they carry with them their valid US Permanent resident cards and Philippine passports (some countries have more restrictions).

As I’ve understood, Conditional Resident card holders are not considered legal US Permanent residents since the next application in the process is for Permanent Residency. But the card they get says Permanent Resident. Anyway, the places abroad Filipino card holders can visit are:

Country / Territory Restrictions Official Webpage
Embassy Phone Numbers in the USA
American Samoa None – US Territory +1-808-847-1998
Bermuda Up to 180 days (days unverified) See bottom for Exceptions +1-202-588-7800
British Virgin Islands Up to 30 days – UK Territory(days unverified) Official Page In case of doubt, please call the UK phone numbers+44-207-355-9570
+44-207-355-9572
Canada Up to 180 days Visa Exemption Information and Entry Requirements +1-202-682-1740
Cayman Islands “Provided that they travel directly from the US to Cayman Islands. On arrival they must show their valid national passport, valid US Permanent Resident card, and a roundtrip ticket to the United States.” – VisaHQ.com Entry Requirements – Press Alt+F on the page and Find Green Card UK phone number:+44-20-7491-7772
Guam None – US Territory
Guatamela Up to 30 to 90 days +1-202-745-4952
+1-202-745-4954
+1-202-745-3873
Mexico Up to 180 days(days unverified) Information for US Permanent Residents +1-202-728-1600
Netherlands Antilles Up to 30 days Use the Visa Inquiry Form at the bottom and Choose Caribbean Netherlands +1-202-2445300
Panama “Citizens of Philippines holding a valid visa or permanent residency from ONE of the following countries: USA, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia or any of the member countries of the European Union, which has been used at least one time to enter those countries, may enter the Republic of Panama by purchasing a US$30.00 tourist card upon their arrival at the Tocumen International Airport in Panama.Applicants entering Panama by land or sea, should obtain a visa from the nearest Embassy or Consulate of Panama before traveling. ” – VisaHQ.com Visa Information PageTravelDocs- non-official page  +1-202-483-1407
+1-202-483-8416
Taiwan “Citizens of Philippines with a valid US Permanent Resident card or a valid US visa, must apply for an Authentification Certificate through the Taiwan Immigration Agency website. The certificate is valid for 30 days and multiple entries.” Visa Exemption Information +1-202-895-1800
+1-202-895-1885
+1-202-669-0180
US Virgin Islands None – US Territory

 

6 Comments

  1. Angeles City Pages

    November 8, 2011

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    Nice blog. I got a lot of good data. I’ve been following this technology for awhile. It’s interesting how it keeps changing, yet some of the core components remain the same. Have you seen much change since Google made their latest acquisition in the domain?

  2. Corrie

    December 8, 2011

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    Wow! didn’t know that you can actually travel to this places with your US Permanent Resident Green Cards, that’s so cool.

  3. Love

    December 17, 2012

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    How about those who have u.s. green card and wants to travel to Philippines

  4. Love

    December 17, 2012

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    How about those who have u.s. green card and want to travel to philippines?

  5. Ces W.

    April 2, 2013

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    I’m a green card holder here in the US & live in California. Do I need a visa to visit Amsterdam & Belgium for about 2 weeks.

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