It seems there is a slight change in the number of days that Germans and other nationals from 157 countries can stay in the Philippines visa free.
As far as I remember, it was 59 days as my husband was able to stay for 59 days before a visa extension was needed.
So I researched and found out that the change started in 2013. If you are a German or from another country, you can visit the Philippines for 30 days and less without needing a visa.
You can check the full list of countries where its nationals may enter the Philippines visa free by clicking here.
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March is my favorite month not only because it is my birth month but also because a lot of special moments in my life mostly happened in March. Some of the memorable moments are grade school graduation, high school graduation, and college graduation. Also my first ever job right after college started in March 2006 and it was two days after graduation.
I was in Prague in March 2014; in Luxembourg, Metz, Nancy, Straßbourg, Basel, Zurich, and Heidelberg in March 2015; in Milan and Lake Como in 2016; and will be in _______ and _______ this year.
I cannot tell you yet where because I have a different belief. I want to be there first before I can share so that it will really happen.
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