What is SRRV (Retirement Visa)?

To obtain permanent residence in the Philippines,
there are three basic types of visas:
① Special Quota Immigrant Visa ② SRRV ③ Spouse Visa,
One of the features of SRRV is that there is no limit on the length of stay.

You do not need to stay in the Philippines to maintain your visa. However,
it costs $ 360 as an annual fee. It should be updated every year.
If you are over 35, you can get almost unconditionally with a deposit of USD 20, 000 and you can get not only your own,
but also your spouse and children (until 20 years old, unmarried).
However, up to 2 people in total, additional deposits are required for more.

SRRV-5 types

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SRRV CLASSIC

  • $20,000 deposit for those aged 50 or over ($10,000 for pensioners)
  • US $50,000 for 35-49 years old
  • The deposit can be converted to a condominium purchase designated by the PRA (Philippines Retirement Agency)
    * It is possible to convert to investment 30 days after visa issuance.
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SRRV SMILE

  • A flat deposit of US $ 20,000 for 35-49 year olds
  • It is not possible to convert deposits to investment
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SRRV HUMAN TOUCH

  • Requires pensions and medical insurance such as health insurance
  • US $10,000 for people over 35
  • It is not possible to convert deposits to investment
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SRRV COURTESY

  • Applicable to 35 years of age or older with Philippine nationality
  • A former ambassador or diplomat over 50
  • The deposit is US $ 1500
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SRRV EXPANDED COURTESY

  • For foreign nationals over the age of 50 who are foreign military officers with existing military relationships and/or agreements with the Philippine government
  • Requires a minimum monthly pension of US $1,000 and a SRRV deposit of US $1,500

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