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The Philippine government’s annual reporting period for foreign nationals is open until March 1.
Additional Information: All registered foreign nationals, including those who hold immigrant visas, nonimmigrant visas or alien certificate of registration identity cards, must complete the annual reporting requirement within the first two months of each calendar year.
BAL Analysis: Foreign nationals are reminded to complete registration procedures as early as possible to avoid the rush before the deadline.
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