Illegal immigrant?

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  1. arvinsign says:

    “and yet I still get letters from the Immigration.”

    — Discrimination? Kidding 🙂

    I think the Immigration Dept here is quite effective, but not flawless. I hope all the people here who receives notices like this ( I got mine 2 months ago) should go on and fix it immediately. They usually even send text messages or sometimes e-mail notifications.

    Those who are intending to stay here illegally (or already staying illegally or doing illegal things/work outside the confinements of their visa), you are all a DISGRACE to your countrymen.

  2. alt says:

    hahaha, sounds very patriotic!

  3. reijene says:

    that reminds me… i’m to recieve mine in two months.
    .-= reijene´s last blog ..YWCA: The Aspiring Teachers =-.

  4. Simon says:

    Ask ko lang po. yung friend ko ay nasa korea at nagtatrabaho under EPS. Pinayagan na siya ng boss nya mag bakasyon sa pinas . kaya lang po ang visa niya ay expired na pero may alien permit siya. bago po ba siya umuwi dito sa pinas dapat ay magpa-approved muna siya ng visa sa korea? ano pa po ba ang kailangan nya? letter po ba sa boss niya na babalik siya sa korea? Please lang po patulong

    • benjie says:

      eps din ako tulad mo.yung sinasabi mong visa,di importante yun.ang importante ay yung reentry na itatatak ng immigration sayo,dahil ang eps,automatic na 5 years sa korea.i present lang nya ang mga document ng kumpanya,at letter na pinapayagan sya magbakasyon.pwede na syang dumeretso sa incheon mismo sa airport.

  5. sendzki says:

    renew mo na..kk ..
    .-= sendzki´s last blog ..NGSB ako dahil… =-.

  6. nhemskie says:

    Halos magka-batch pala tayo ate Betchay. I came here last November 2003^^

  7. kayni says:

    hala ka…just kidding. you just probably need to give them a call and tell them you’re a Korean citizen. i hope that would to the trick =).

  8. Simon says:

    Ms. Betchay -Ask ko lang po. yung friend ko ay nasa korea at nagtatrabaho under EPS. Pinayagan na siya ng boss nya mag bakasyon sa pinas . kaya lang po ang visa niya ay expired na pero may alien permit siya. bago po ba siya umuwi dito sa pinas dapat ay magpa-approved muna siya ng visa sa korea? ano pa po ba ang kailangan nya? letter po ba sa boss niya na babalik siya sa korea? Please lang po patulong

    • bhing says:

      ask ko lang po..ano po ba dapat gawin ng TNT na gusto umuwi..may kakila2 kc ako sa korea..di daw xa makauwi ang tanging way daw maghuli ng immigration?…pano un?…kailangan ba magpareport?di kc xa marunong magsalita ng korean..ininvite lang xa..kya lang nong gusto nya ng umuwi ayaw xa payagan..ano dapat nya gawin?if kung cno man naka2alam if pano kontakin ang immigration reply naman jan oh..PLLSSS!!!..sa kangwondo,wonju city xa nakatira…cno naka2alam ng lugar na to?

  9. Lay Kim says:

    Hi Ms Betchay…me & my husband went to the immigration office yesterday for my alien registration. they said they will just send my passport & other documents by post. WOW i always wanted to be a korean national & to be able to speak their language fluently. Ms Betchay how did you learn their language & culture? Could you give me some practical adv po kasi im so stressed out na talaga ^^

  10. mabel says:

    hello reijene, i really enjoyed reading ur blogs. i noticed that you want to visit jejudo or DMZ. Cheorwon, gangwondo will pleasantly welcome u… i hope u’ll have a trip here near my place.. are u from baguio city?

  11. reijene says:

    hello Mabel.

    i don’t know how you were able to sum up that i “want” to visit those places, but trust me, your assumption is incorrect. i turned into a “homebody” when i came to Korea. Still trying to learn the how-to’s in Gwangju (and an almost impossible feat as my DRIVER won’t let me take the bus) But Jeju-do is an intriguing place. maybe for my second honeymoon. 😉

    to answer your question… NO, i’m not from baguio city. But we used to frequently visit that place.. when mom and dad get bored. 😛

    thanks for dropping in on my blog. 🙂

  12. jempres says:

    ayan, hindi mo daw kasi binalik yung alien card mo hehe. . ^_^
    I just went to Incheon immigration last week for my visa extension. The process itself took only about less than 5 mins. But antagal ng queue, daming nakapila for registration coming from different cities around Gyeonggi.

  13. donald says:

    i recently rescued a filipina from a prostitution ring where she was trapped because she’d unwittingly brought along some of her family thinking she was getting a typical job but upon discovering they were being sold as slaves she did her best to keep her family together and get jobs at a softer club where they were able to do nothing more than dance and sell drinks. just recently a new owner took over who demanded the girls start selling their bodies. many of the girls ran away, and it started a movement throughout the brothel community and many of the clubs saw their profits running away. the problem now is that korea has labeled these used and betrayed daughters of the philippines as illegal, and their employers are threatening them with arrest and worst if they don’t return. they’ve heard that if by some miracle they arrive in the philippines that their own country will fine and arrest them because they’ve been black listed as illegal immigrants by korea’s gracious laws, and that their employment agencies are currently pursuing their families in the philippines claiming that these sex slaves have run away from completely legitimate jobs as respectable waitresses and now must pay fines and debts as hight as three thousand dollars! after korea imposses thier gracious fines, and the philippines impose their fines upon their own daughters who have been turned from victims of heinous crimes into criminals themselves, and the agencies have their way in the supposedly just courts of the philippines, these young ladies, because of their beauty bestowed upon them by their filipino fathers and mothers of a supposedly proud country, are now thrown away to the vultures of the vilest wretches of the imagination, namely south korea, and have been rejected and forgotten forever by those islands once regarded as the most beautiful on the planet, may god forgive the philippine islands and may he burn south korea in the deepest pits for those lovely innocent creatures who had no voice, no chance, only suffering, rape, and them murdered upon the streets and in basements of a nation upheld by the u.n. and united states and world communities, and the monies theirof and protected from her enemies thereby. the philippines in the eyes of all who have raped her daughters daily for hardly a penny’s cost look to the philippines not as a paradise but as a supplier of the prettiest meat on the planet and will always think the philippines is a suppliers of sex slaves and nothing more. korea is a great place to visit because it is where the daughters of the philippines can be bought for won, and are trapped, unlike the their sisters in the philippines where even though dollars and yen go farther, the girls still have a place to run to for safety. in korea we can even kill them if we wish, and their owners hide their bodies and cover up the evidence for us! i instead chose to save these ladies, and now have to worry about korea kicking in the door, hauling them either back to their owners or to prison, and then deport them to debtors prison back in the philippines black listed and as the previous blogger stated, discrace. may god have mercy on those who consider these harmless, weak, pathetic, possibly brainless ladies, whose only wrong decision was to seek a job however they possibly could, called by this particular blogger a discrace to a country that while poor certainly has enough rich politicians and clout to ask the korean nation who recently and frequently has hosted the philippina president, for a little mercy on the slaves its rich fat owners keep buying under the table from so-called loving countrymen in that so-called country, the philippines. any man or woman who sells his or her daughter into sex slavery has no right to call his or her country a country, therefore, if these young girls are a discrace, it is to their own mother and father, not a country. god will have mercy on the masses if the sin is to but a lowly mother or father, but if indeed you are a country, then heaven help you, because god has more than help instore for your country, as well as for korea and the u.s. and the u.n. and all the countries that are funnelling money and protection to these suppliers of pretty meat. i personally decided these young ladies are pretty in a way that transcends and is deeper than merely the flesh their asian and hispanic forefathers bestowed upon them, i see a potential and inner beauty that obviously has missed your observance. i plan to help them become the powerful women they were destined to be and you should pray you never see the day that they step foot in their “country” again. because it will be a day you will never forget, vengence is the lord’s, but beware the woman scorned. especially the woman scorned backed by a man with the power to make her enemies sorry they were ever born!

  14. anna says:

    Hi, good morning

    I am asking, if Pilipina live in ten years at korea, and she did’nt home in ten years also, there’s a possible she can go home?.. If Korean government gives another amnesty, when?.. If there is, she can avail the amnesty?..

  15. anna says:

    Hi, good morning

    I am asking, if Pilipina live in ten years at korea, and she did’nt home in ten years also, there’s a possible she can go home?.. If Korean government gives another amnesty, when?.. If there is, she can avail that amnesty?..

    • Betchay says:

      Hi Anna! I don’t know when the Korean government will give an amnesty but if the person wants to go home, she/he can just buy a plane ticket and visit the immigration office at the airport before flying out. Leaving voluntarily will not subject the person to arrest.

  16. Rothel Marcial says:

    I want to ask if an illegal lady from philippine can marry a his korean boyfriend and how she can process the marriage certificate visa?

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