Thank you for the question. Sadly, the Philippines can be quite difficult to move to and being married to someone who is resident there is not enough. There are many ways to get permeant residence, however they require you to own business, property, and be able to speak the language (Tagalog) as well as being financially supported. Therefore, in short, it will come down to your personal circumstances. That is not to say it will not be possible. Thankfully the Philippines have an immigration bureau which can help residents from the UK apply. The best thing to do would be to make contact with them and go through your personal circumstances, intentions, finances etc. and they will be able to recommend the best route. You cannot naturalise in the country unless you have resided there for no less than 10 years.
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