"What the F" with this country..kind of system we had???I don't have any nuisance record to our country and why they treat me like that???
I belong to those who are suspected victim of human trafficking just because I'm a 19 year-old-girl) I am confident that I will get through and just thought that they brought me to the office because it is my first time to go out the country.
I have a photo copy of my friends credit card and a certification that he let me use his card(I am that aware that they will ask for these documents) but what shocked me is she didnt even asked for it and questioned my relationship with my friend(wtf) she asked for his name, job and nationality so I told her.
Go to your leader and demand this nonsense be ended. I ask the officer this is not our fault as passenger it your systems have big problem then what we are going to do about this that our plane already depart? Lapas simply said no need to worry after you clear your name from our side you can fly anytime you just re-book your air ticket but when I ask him is this fully refundable?
He said you need to talk the Cebu Pacific staff then I run to the office of Cebu Pacific for re-booking of my ticket ASAP so that I can attend of my sisters wedding but the staff told me "sorry sir the re-booking of your ticket there is a charged of 5k all together with the travel tax, I really SHOUT!
She asked for a receipt that shows I transferred money to his credit card account(WTF HE IS MY FRIEND OFCOURSE I WILL JUST HAND HIM THE MONEY ARE YOU FOR REAL) I failed to give her that so she get through my passport and seems that she is checking if its fake or what.
I was so pissed when she decided to offload me just because I have incomplete requirements.
Can i tell them that i am a previous government employee?
What is the best answer so that i will not be off loaded? When I fill out the departure form, should I tick the "Tourism/pleasure"' box or "visiting family/friends".
She is apparently trying to apply for a working visa. I feel helpless to stop my son from making a huge mistake. Only in the Philippines is she stopped at the boarding gate and told that she must obtain a certified affidavit from the Philippine Embassy in India, some 1,500 km away from me, before she can enter the country!! The airplane company voided the plane tickets and refuses to give me a refund, because "it wasn't their fault." Now I am literally forced to hire a local Indian, which absolutely sucks. Is it possible for him to travel without any hassle given that his documents such as Visa and ticket are linked to his old passport and is now having a renewed one? I have my step dad sponsoring my Visa, he's not a Filipino.
Is there any other paper requirements that will be needed before I could travel.