PH Immigration Re-Inspects Travelers to Some Countries

The Bureau of Immigration on denied reports of a stricter policy that requires Filipinos who want to travel abroad to show proof of their financial capability to do so, reports GMA News. Under the standing policy, the Bureau will allow Filipinos to leave the country as long as they can show travel documents including a passport, visa and a roundtrip ticket. However, travelers bound for countries that have a high incidence of human trafficking will be subject to a secondary assessment.