Because of incidences of child abductions, a Filipino minor child, regardless of civil status, is required to secure a travel clearance issued by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) if the child will travel out of the Philippines, either alone or with an adult other than a parent.MINORS EXEMPTED FROM SECURING A TRAVEL CLEARANCE The only exemptions to the DSWD travel clearance are minor children who are: A minor who is a Filipino citizen and living abroad but does not hold either a permanent resident visa or equivalent pass issued by another country is required to secure a travel clearance.In fact, a 60 year old could probably easily find a non-pro partner in roughly that age range (21-30).Needless to say, if you're only in your mid-late 30's and are looking for a younger woman, you'll have absolutely no issue.A child whose name is included in the Bureau of Immigration’s watchlist of minors travelling abroad will be prevented from leaving the country.ELECTRONIC OR FAX TRANSMISSION OF PARENTAL CONSENT A faxed copy is acceptable.Likewise, a computer generated photo of minors and emailed documents are acceptable.
CHILDREN OF SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES The grandparents (paternal or maternal) who exercise parental authority over an orphaned minor may issue the consent even without guardianship order from the Court.
From what I've seen, women are more likely to tolerate a larger (8-10 years or more) age gap once they pass their physical prime, starting usually in their late 20's.
Age gaps become a little more acceptable once the clock starts ticking.
DSWD REQUIREMENTS FOR A TRAVEL CLEARANCE The application for travel clearance and its documentary requirements are filed at any DSWD Field Office.
The application form is available at all DSWD Field Offices and downloadable from DSWD website
Just to get things kicked off: : Not an easy place for age gaps it seems.