Immigration bureau's power under CA 613

The Bureau of Immigration is the agency that can best determine whether a petitioner violated certain provisions of C.A. No. 613, as amended. In this jurisdiction, courts will not interfere in matters which are addressed to the sound discretion of government agencies entrusted with the regulation of activities coming under the special technical knowledge and training of such agencies. By reason of the special knowledge and expertise of administrative departments over matters falling within their jurisdiction, they are in a better position to pass judgment thereon and their findings of fact in that regard are generally accorded respect, if not finality, by the courts. (Tze Sun Wong v. Kenny Wong, G.R. No. 180364, December 3, 2014)
COMMONWEALTH ACT NO. 613 or CA 613 is AN ACT TO CONTROL AND REGULATE THE IMMIGRATION OF ALIENS INTO THE PHILIPPINES. It established the Bureau of Immigration under a Commissioner of Immigration, who shall have two assistants, a First Deputy Commissioner of Immigration and a Second Deputy Commissioner of Immigration. For administrative purposes, the Bureau of Immigration shall be under the supervision and control of the Department of Labor or of any other executive department which the President may subsequently determine.