VIDEO: Celebrations as Filipino immigration officer shouted at Chinese woman to follow The Philippines rules as she asked 'WHAT YOUR PURPOSE TO DOING THAT?' during check at airport in viral Tiktok video KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, June 9, 2024

VIDEO: Celebrations as Filipino immigration officer shouted at Chinese woman to follow The Philippines rules as she asked 'WHAT YOUR PURPOSE TO DOING THAT?' during check at airport in viral Tiktok video

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Celebrations as Filipino immigration officer shouted at Chinese woman to follow The Philippines rules as she asked 'WHAT YOUR PURPOSE TO DOING THAT?' during check at airport in viral Tiktok video.

During a check at an airport in the Philippines, a Chinese woman who traveled directly from China to the Philippines didn't like how she was checked. 

During the process, the unknown Chinese woman asked the Philippines immigration officers: "What's your purpose to doing that?"

In an angry response, a Filipino immigration officer whose face was covered screamed at the Chinese woman as she said:
"Because we're immigration. This is the Philippines. This is not China. You've to go with us and follow our rules."

The Bureau of Immigration acts as the primary enforcement arm of the Department of Justice and the President of the Philippines in ensuring that all foreigners within its territorial jurisdiction comply with existing laws. It assists local and international law enforcement agencies in securing the tranquility of the state against foreigners whose presence or stay may be deemed threats to national security, public safety, public morals and public health and acts as chief repository of all immigration records pertaining to entry, temporary sojourn, admission, residence and departure of all foreigners in the country.

The functions of Immigration were transferred in 1937 as a division under the Bureau of Labor. This was mainly to respond to the arrival of Chinese nationals who owned and operated trade houses stores and restaurants in the country.

On January 22, 1940, the Second National Assembly of the Philippine Commonwealth enacted the Philippine Immigration Act of 1940 (Commonwealth Act No. 613). It was signed into law by the President of the United States of America on September 3, 1940, creating the Bureau of Immigration under the administrative supervision of the Office of the President.

A year or so later, it became an attached agency of the Department of Justice. Later, its administrative control was returned to the Office of the President.

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