Philippines Special Resident Retiree’s Visa

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Foreigner Retirement in the Philippines..

How to retire in the Philippines through the Special Resident Retiree’s Visa (SRRV)


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As from 5th May 2011, the two main options, and financial implications, for a foreigner to retire in the Philippines are:

SRRV SMILE

Age: 35 Years plus
Deposit: US$20,000 which is locked into the bank and can only be withdrawn upon cancellation of SRR Visa, or used for funeral costs etc
Application Fee: US$1,400.00 for the Principal plus US$300.00 for each Spouse/Dependent
Annual Fees: US$360.00 for the Annual PRA Fee that covers the Principal, Spouse and one Child

SRRV CLASSIC

Age: 35 – 49 Years Old
Deposit: US$50,000 which is locked into the bank and can only be withdrawn upon cancellation of SRR Visa, or used for funeral costs etc.


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Age: 50 Years Old & Above with a pension:
Deposit: US$10,000
Monthly pension remitted to the Philippines must be at least US$800.00 for single applicant and US$1,000.00 for married couples.

Age: 50 Years Old & Above without a pension:
Deposit: US$20,000

The Classic deposit can be converted into investments, but only when part of a total of at least US$50,000.
When used for investment in condominium or long-term lease of House and Lot, the units must be “Ready For Occupancy”.

Application Fee: US$1,400.00 for the Principal plus US$300.00 for each Spouse/Dependent
Annual Fees: US$360.00 for the Annual PRA Fee that covers the Principal, Spouse and one Child

More options include:

SRRV HUMAN TOUCH
SRRV COURTESY

These can be seen at: http://www.pra.gov.ph/main/srrv_program?page=1

The Benefits of this retirement visa include:

1. You may live, work and study in the Philippines

2. You may travel outside the Philippines and re-enter anytime

3. Exemptions from:

Income tax over your pension and annuities (but not Philippine Earned Income);
Exit and re-entry permits of the Bureau of Immigration;
Annual registration requirement of the Bureau of Immigration;
Customs Duties and Taxes with regard to the importation of household goods and personal effects up to US$7,000.00;
Travel tax, if you stay in the Philippines is less than one year from the last entry date; and
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