The five-member band performs on March 21 and 22 at the seaside Mall of Asia Concert Grounds.
The Anti-Drugs Advocate group has called on the bureau to strictly scrutinize the band members' permits following a video that circulated on the Internet of Malik and Tomlinson purportedly smoking marijuana.
"The condition is intended to protect the public interest should the band members commit any violation during their stay in the Philippines," Tan said.
She said the band will be prevented from performing if the producer fails to post the bond before the concert.
The producer went to the Immigration Bureau Thursday afternoon to post the bonds, said Christine Ching, a spokeswoman of Anti-Drugs Advocate.
The Filipino group is also awaiting a response to their petition asking a local court to direct government agencies to ensure that the band members are drug-free. It also urged the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency to send officers to monitor the band.
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The group is concerned about the popular band's influence on Filipino youth, Ching added.
"We want to see their pure, raw, untainted talent," without need for them to take drugs, she said.
She said the concert producers, during a meeting with her group, expressed willingness to cooperate and give drug enforcers and Anti-Drugs Advocate access passes to allow them to monitor the band members.
Following the leak of the video last year, One Direction's Liam Payne twitted an apology, saying "I love my boys and maybe things have gone a little sideways. I apologize for that."
He said: "We are only in our 20's and we all do stupid things at this age."