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    Na-offload ka na ba ng Immigration para sa biyaheng palabas ng Pilipinas?

    Naexperience niyo na ba maintercept or ma-offload ng immigration sa biyaheng palabas ng Pilipinas? Minsan, kahit kumpleto ang documents at visa mo pwede ka pa rin nila i-offload. Nasa bill of rights ng Constitution ang pagtravel pero parang napakamakapangyarihan naman ng immigration officers natin. At pag na-offload ka, considered as flown ticket na. It's more fun in the Philippines!

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    ako i admit, i dress pangbahay pag lumilipad ako, kahit na out of the country pa yan. but never ako na offload.

    (it's to get through security check fast.. plus budget carriers are far from being comfortable too)

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    KulasisiNiHit-Ler NeoDyn's Avatar
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    Hindi pa naman nangyari sa akin.

    @TS may napansin ako sa NAIA,ang daming negro na nakaupo sa isang tabi at may mga security na nakabantay,bakit nakakapasok ang mga ito tapos pahihirapan nilang makaalis ng bansa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoDyn View Post
    Hindi pa naman nangyari sa akin.

    @TS may napansin ako sa NAIA,ang daming negro na nakaupo sa isang tabi at may mga security na nakabantay,bakit nakakapasok ang mga ito tapos pahihirapan nilang makaalis ng bansa?
    Black Americans or Africans?

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    KulasisiNiHit-Ler NeoDyn's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcgirl04 View Post
    Black Americans or Africans?
    I'm sure Africans yun,iba ang aura nila at mga pandak I mean hindi kalakihan unlike sa mga kanong negro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance Edward View Post
    Naexperience niyo na ba maintercept or ma-offload ng immigration sa biyaheng palabas ng Pilipinas? Minsan, kahit kumpleto ang documents at visa mo pwede ka pa rin nila i-offload. Nasa bill of rights ng Constitution ang pagtravel pero parang napakamakapangyarihan naman ng immigration officers natin. At pag na-offload ka, considered as flown ticket na. It's more fun in the Philippines!
    Nope, if your ticket is rebookable then you can rebook it; if otherwise (because super mura ng nabili mo) e sorry, bye bye.

    Pansin ko, mas malakas mag offload sa Terminal 1 kesa sa Terminal 2/3

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    I was supposed to visit my friend in Hong Kong last week but I was off loaded at Clark International Airport because I don't have enough documents to prove that I have a job in the Philippines and I don't have the invitation from my friend and the worst case is that they were implying to tell me that I am a registered nurse in the Philippines that I have another purpose in going to Hong Kong. I already went out of the country once in Vietnam at NAIA so I expected that they would allow to go out of the country this time. I was really not informed about this type of difficulty. Before booking my ticket, I've read all the information online and it concluded that I don't need anything just a valid IDs (of course) and no Visa is required. I am really working here in the Philippines as a teacher and a nurse but I was caught off guarded when I was interviewed by the officer at the airport, he told me that I might cross country to Middle East from Hong Kong to find a job as a nurse and I need to get all the documents two hours before my flight. (WTH! I am not superman to get those documents he needed). I am working so hard as a teacher and nurse and I am really disappointed because my airplane ticket was flown. I worked so hard to earn that money

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    My first HK trip many many years ago.it was also my first solo trip as an adult. I was at naia 1 and they told me I have a same name ek ek... they asked me to step into this small office,interviewed me..etc. buti na lang dala ko NBI ko pero no use din pala yun. I also brought my company ID..I was working w/ IBM back then so medyo alam nila babalik ako..muntik na rin ako sinarado ng gate..good thing those officer let me go and catch my plane. I'm almost in tears na, and ramdam ko na iiyak na ako kasi ang tagal ko sya plano yun trip..sinabhan na lang ako na next time I have to go to burue of immigration to get a same name clearance.. that piece of clearance paper cost 500 pesos every year.

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    Beneath the towering pines kensamor's Avatar
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    Is it our officials doing that?

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    ^ local immigration officials.

    most of the time. a ninoy aquino bill will just take care of things.

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    I can't believe you guys are still saying "negro" referring to blacks. Tsk tsk. Ingat kayo at kapag nakaalis kayo ng pinas at nakapunta sa developed countries. Hindi tinotolerate yan.

    Dito sa Middle East lang may nakita akong Kenyan (edukado, magaling mag-english), sinabon talaga si kabayan kasi narinig pala yung sinabi na "negro". Eh ang pobre di sya aware (read: ignorant) na derogatory yun.

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    ^kung mga lalaking blacks, baka nabugbog pa yung si kabayan.

    Kaya ako, medyo takot ako sa blacks tumingin, dati kasi may inaway sila na nakatingin lang sa kanila, feeling nila, minamata mata mo sila.


    Yung asawa ng friend ko ang kilala ko pa lang na na offload. Kulang siya ng papeles, para patuluyin siya papuntang singapore, hindi siya nakasakay.

    Hindi totoo yung kapag na offload eh flown ticket na, that's not true, rebookable yan, yun lang may fee kang babayaran.

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    Beneath the towering pines kensamor's Avatar
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    Hindi ba human rights violation yun? I can understand the officials of the destination doing that but not the local.

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    Pro Tip:

    if you are outside of the country, use "N word" instead of Nigg3r or n3gr0.

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    Please do not use prohibited words in your user title to avoid sanctions. razzer_rising's Avatar
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    Almost. Years ago, I went to NY because the company Im working for sent me there for sort of seminar. The immigration officer here was asking too many questions - it was more than my interview at US embassy. Luckily I had all the papers with me. In the end he let me go. I felt harassed. Actually It was the most embarassing moment of my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razzer_rising View Post
    Almost. Years ago, I went to NY because the company Im working for sent me there for sort of seminar. The immigration officer here was asking too many questions - it was more than my interview at US embassy. Luckily I had all the papers with me. In the end he let me go. I felt harassed. Actually It was the most embarassing moment of my life.
    Our Bureau of Immigration sucks talaga naexperience ko na rin yan nung pupunta kong Sing a four tae barado ako 13 yrs old palang ako nun at nasa nanay ko ang mga papeles .

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    hindi pa naman. basta kumpleto papeles mo, you'll be fine.

    if someone tries to sideline you tapos kumpleto naman papeles mo, get his or her name and complain to the authorities. hahaha

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    I experienced once before na binigyan nila ko ng problema palabas, I was 18 years old back then, travelling alone to Israel with a newly renewed passport. Ang dami nilang duda na nakakapagtaka daw na magisa ako, na bagong renew passport ko at may dala akong big amount of cash, etc. Di ko lang masabi sa kanila na "Ano ho bang mga pakielam niyo?"

    Kumpleto papeles ko, valid passport, show money sa Israel since visitor ako, roundtrip ticket for a month. Hotel reservation for a month. But then they didn't let me go yet. They said, "We need to talk to your parents to explain why they're allowing you to travel alone"

    Then after couple of hours negotiating with them, they said "OK, Israel na bahala sa'yo"

    Pagdating Israel, they deported me back to the Philippines the same day..

    Another thing, I Lost $200 when they checked my baggages huh. Yea, they did get my luggage's key. Haay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerhandBop View Post
    ^ local immigration officials.

    most of the time. a ninoy aquino bill will just take care of things.
    This is true. They will always find a way and could come up with 'whatever' reasons just to get some money from you. In your face talaga ang paninikil. Tsk!

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    Beneath the towering pines kensamor's Avatar
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    Seriously though, who give them the right to deny anyone to leave? Hindi naman tayo communist country. Hindi ba ang immigration dun lang sa mga dadating, hindi yung aalis? I have never experience that here. Ang weird!

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