Bureau of Immigration

The Bureau of Immigration (Filipino: Kawanihan ng Pandarayuhan), also known between 1972 and 1987 as the Bureau of Immigration and Deportation, is the immigration regulatory and control body of the Philippines. It was established by the Philippine Immigration Act in 1940, although a predecessor agency had existed as part of the Bureau of Customs since 1899.

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To apply, submit a CV/Resume to the email or link provided by the CSC Job Portal. The government website is also provided for reference. Please note that some info may be outdated and just retained for historical reference. We encourage applicants to visit the CSC career or government page for updated info especially their COVID protocol for hiring applicants.
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