1. Exterior of the Philippine Department of Justice building
2. Department of Justice seal
3. Australian missionary nun, Sister Patricia Fox giving a thumbs up outside church
4. Close up of Fox smiling
5. SOUNDBITE (English/Tagalog) Sister Patricia Fox, Australian nun:
"For now I know that my visa is ok. But of course the BI (Bureau of Immigration), it's still in the ball, in the hands of the BI because there is still a possibility for cancellation still, and also the deportation case so it's still two pending cases with the BI."
6. Exterior of the Black Nazarene Basilica
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Sister Patricia Fox, Australian nun:
"But for now that least it's a relief, I am walking around legally."
8. SOUNDBITE (English) reporter:
"This will be interpreted again as a political protest on your part?
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Sister Patricia Fox, Australian nun:
"To express your grief and your sorrow on someone's death, brutal killing, I mean is that.. I don't see that as political."
10. Wide of the church, pan down to protesters lighting candles
11. Fox lighting candles and singing
12. People gathered around candles on the floor
13. Various of Fox placing a candle on the floor
14. Placard on the floor: (English) "Justice for Fr. Richmond Nilo (slain priest) and all the victims of extra-judicial killings
15. Candles with messages: (English) "Stop the killings. "Justice for all priests killed under (President Rodrigo) Duterte's time."
The Philippine Justice Secretary has revoked an immigration expulsion order for an Australian nun who had irked the president by joining political rallies, but said she still faces possible deportation.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said the Bureau of Immigration's cancellation of Sister Patricia Fox's missionary visa was "without legal basis" because the agency did not have that power.
But Guevarra ordered the bureau to proceed with efforts to deport her for another alleged offence.
A smiling Fox flashed the thumbs-up sign and told reporters outside a Manila church she was relieved but added she faces two more immigration complaints that could force her to leave the country.
"At least, for now, my visa, it's OK," she said. "I am walking around legally."
Fox then attended a memorial service for Father Richmond Nilo, who was gunned down in front of his congregation eight days ago.
One suspect has been arrested for the killing but the authorities are still looking for other suspects. A motive for the killing has not yet been disclosed.
Fox, 71, is a coordinator of a Roman Catholic order for nuns and has been working for the poor in the Philippines for almost 30 years.
She has joined rallies against President Rodrigo Duterte and his government, which has been criticised for stifling dissent and for its brutal war on illegal drugs in which thousands of mostly poor suspects have died.
Duterte backed the immigration bureau's effort to expel Fox.
Fox is facing a separate complaint of engaging in political activities and if found guilty she could be deported and placed on a blacklist preventing her from entering the Philippines, even as a tourist.