^ah ok. pero born in the philippines ka? What about your parents? Both pinoys or foreign citizens din? Assuming US pasport ka (or kung ano man yun foreign passport mo, example lang US para mabilis itype hehe),If you're:
1)Born in the US, living here in the Philippines, you're holding US passport, you need I-card. If wala, meaning you're here illegally kahit may dual citizenship papers ka
2)Born in Pinas, one of your parents is american and the other is pinoy, you're holding US passport, and you have dual citizenship papers, kailangan hindi ka hingian ng fees sa immigration. Maybe humihingi sila kasi kala nila you're a foreigner living here in the Philippines kahit native-born ka. Maybe it's also better if you show your parents' marriage contract na nakasulat na pinoy one of your parents, so technically pinoy ka din, so ang result is that hindi ka alien dito as pinas. Or maybe it'll be easier if you apply for philippine passport?
Magulo din immigration. Anyway, I got this info from my friend's son who's working in the immigration. Hopefully updated yun info na binigay sa akin hehe