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TO : ALL CONCERNED
FROM : ERIC E. DIMACULANGAN
OIC, Executive Director
SUBJECT : REVISED REQUIREMENTS FOR CLAIMING/RELEASING OF ACR I-CARD
DATE : April 19, 2012
Updated as for February 12, 2013
In view of the complaints received by the Executive Office from ACR I-Card applicants regarding the release of ACR I-Card to unauthorized persons/agents, the following requirements must be presented by the claimant before the ACR I-Card can be released, to wit:
For guildance and strict implementation.
(Sgd) ERIC E. DIMACULANGAN
(OIC) Executive Director
The Alien Certificate of Registration - Identity Card (ACR I-Card) evidences lawful sojourn/residence in the Philippines. It serves as a reentry and exit permit in the Philippines. It server as a reentry and exit permit in the Philippines.
It should be further stressed that the ACR I-Card is indispensable to every foreigner who was issued an immigrant or non-immigrant visa by the Bureau of Immigration (BI).
Any foreigner without his or her ACR I-Card shall be deemed incompleted documented, and penalized for violation of the Alien Registration Act of 1950 and Philippine Immigration Act of 1940.
Foreigners who have not secured their ACR I-Card from the BI are thus advised to claim them now at the window of the Executive Office, Ground Floor, BI Main Bldg., Magallanes Drive, Intramuros, Manila.
The I-Cards shall be claimed within the next 90 days from the publication of this notice. Failure to claim shall result in the cancellation of the ACR I-Card without prejudice to reapplication for a new I-Card.
The list of the names of foreigners with unclaimed I-Cards can be accessed from the BI website at www.immigration.gov.ph.
(Sgd) RICARDO A. DAVID, JR.