Travel Restrictions Imposed Upon DOST Scholars Lifted, Tuesday, June 14

Travel ban for DOST scholars is lifted, DOST scholars was lifted, ureau of Immigration Commissioner, Ricardo A. David Jr., Chief of Information and Communications Technology Chief, Jolly Bert G. Galleon, and Airport Operations Division Chief, Benito G. Se, Jr., emoval of the names of DOST scholars from the watchlist, memorandum from BOI commissioner dated June 14, 2012, Travel ban is still lifted. Just got back from my Japan trip. As usual, I didn't secure travel clearance from DOST before leaving yet didn't encounter any problem at the immigration at the airport. We can enjoy travelling without having to apply for clearance. If you are a DOST scholar and you want to travel abroad, you may travel without applying for any document/ clearance to get through the BI officers. Unless you have other lawful case, nothing can prevent you from travelling abroad, verify if there is a derogatory record against you, request for verification at the Clearance and Certification Section


[2018 Note: This blog post was originally published in 2013, but since it is one of our most popular posts, we have updated it to include the latest research, up-to-date information, and most helpful tips in this topic. Please check the comments section especially THE FEATURED COMMENT. Travel ban is still lifted.]


Just got back from my Thailand trip last month. As usual, I didn't secure travel clearance from DOST before leaving yet didn't encounter any problem at the immigration at the airport. 

We can enjoy travelling without having to apply for clearance. If you are a DOST scholar and you want to travel abroad, you may travel without applying for any document/ clearance to get through the BI officers. Unless you have other lawful case, nothing can prevent you from travelling abroad! 

IMPORTANT NOTE: 


You can verify if there is a derogatory record against you that may prevent you from departing the Philippines. I also did this a week before my flight schedule.

HOW:

1) I went to the Immigration office near Intramuros, Manila and filed for a request for verification at the Clearance and Certification Section.

2) I filled out the small form, presented it along with my passport at Window 10. I didn't need to pay anything but if you wish to obtain a certification, you'd have to pay respective fees. 

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The distressing and controversial travel restrictions imposed upon DOST scholars was lifted Tuesday, June 14, 2012,  in a memo released by the Bureau of Immigration Commissioner, Ricardo A. David Jr.

Please refer to the screenshot below for the signed copy of Memorandum.



The memorandum is addressed to the Chief of Information and Communications Technology Chief, Jolly Bert G. Galleon, and Airport Operations Division Chief, Benito G. Se, Jr., stating the removal of the names of DOST scholars from the watch list. Thus, starting from June 19, 2012, DOST Scholars will no longer be required to secure TRAVEL CLEARANCE from DOST nor any document from the Bureau of Immigration to travel out of the country unless the concerned scholar is prevented to travel by some other lawful case.

Indeed this is great news for scholars who wish to travel abroad!

By the way, for those who haven’t applied for their passports yet, you might want to apply now. Don’t worry, you just need your NSO Birth Certificate and two valid IDs. Please don’t use your NBI clearance with travel restrictions as I’m not so sure if you’d be required to present DOST-related documents because of the travel restriction hit.


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The Girl with the Muji Hat: Travel Restrictions Imposed Upon DOST Scholars Lifted, Tuesday, June 14
Travel Restrictions Imposed Upon DOST Scholars Lifted, Tuesday, June 14
Travel ban for DOST scholars is lifted, DOST scholars was lifted, ureau of Immigration Commissioner, Ricardo A. David Jr., Chief of Information and Communications Technology Chief, Jolly Bert G. Galleon, and Airport Operations Division Chief, Benito G. Se, Jr., emoval of the names of DOST scholars from the watchlist, memorandum from BOI commissioner dated June 14, 2012, Travel ban is still lifted. Just got back from my Japan trip. As usual, I didn't secure travel clearance from DOST before leaving yet didn't encounter any problem at the immigration at the airport. We can enjoy travelling without having to apply for clearance. If you are a DOST scholar and you want to travel abroad, you may travel without applying for any document/ clearance to get through the BI officers. Unless you have other lawful case, nothing can prevent you from travelling abroad, verify if there is a derogatory record against you, request for verification at the Clearance and Certification Section
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