Expats Abroad…About Being a Non-Resident Citizen

This section has information, in most cases, directly from a government source in your country of origin, regarding registration with your embassy in the Philippines, social and/or health services, taxation, and voting for foreign nationals residing abroad. We have only posted here those major English-speaking countries (and Israel) that have been cited in The Freedom Handbook for Living and Retiring in the Philippines, namely, the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Israel.


Country Index

Information in these pages comes directly from the specific countries government websites

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