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#41 diver_703

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Posted 22 February 2008 - 11:13 PM

i'm a US citizen, dugong pinoy... how long can i stay in pinas... retirement... can i work sa pinas...

#42 WOlfverine73

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Posted 17 March 2008 - 04:53 PM

pahinge po ng advice Regarding my Birth Certificate mali po ang gender? paano po b procedure kase nag request n po ako eh lumitaw female tinangal nila certificate kase daw female na sa record.

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Posted 17 March 2008 - 09:23 PM

dahil gender ang mali sa birth certificate mo, kailangan mong magfile ng PETITION SA KORTE para ma-correct ito.

pahinge po ng advice Regarding my Birth Certificate mali po ang gender? paano po b procedure kase nag request n po ako eh lumitaw female tinangal nila certificate kase daw female na sa record.



#44 marv0917

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Posted 01 April 2008 - 02:03 PM

NEED HELP!!! can someone please provide me with a sample affdavit showing that a woman never used her husband's surname and opted to retain her maiden name even after marriage. for passport issuance puposes. thanks!

#45 Pinoymale

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 12:31 PM

pahinge po ng advice Regarding my Birth Certificate mali po ang gender? paano po b procedure kase nag request n po ako eh lumitaw female tinangal nila certificate kase daw female na sa record.


To permanently solve the problem, you'll have to file a Petition for Correction of Entry with the Regional Trial Court in the province where your birth certificate was filed. If there is no opposition, this can be a very simple and quick case.

#46 glock19

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 04:12 PM

is it possible for a first time applicant to obtain a passport without having to go to dfa? my friend is asking

#47 Pinoymale

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Posted 29 April 2008 - 05:43 AM

is it possible for a first time applicant to obtain a passport without having to go to dfa? my friend is asking


A first time applicant will have to personally appear at the DFA unless he knows an employee or officer who can help get him exempted from some of the requirements.

#48 WOlfverine73

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Posted 02 May 2008 - 12:13 AM

[quote name='rocco69' date='Mar 17 2008, 09:23 PM' post='5441346']
dahil gender ang mali sa birth certificate mo, kailangan mong magfile ng PETITION SA KORTE para ma-correct ito.




salamat mga bro. here in MTC i will take your advice.

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Posted 02 May 2008 - 12:15 AM

To permanently solve the problem, you'll have to file a Petition for Correction of Entry with the Regional Trial Court in the province where your birth certificate was filed. If there is no opposition, this can be a very simple and quick case.




Salamat bro. i will take your advice

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Posted 02 May 2008 - 03:22 PM

i'm a US citizen, dugong pinoy... how long can i stay in pinas... retirement... can i work sa pinas...


There are several ways to answer your query on citizenship:

1) If you were born (after 1987) in the US to a Filipino father or mother (while they still had a Filipino citizenship), then you're Filipino. Just make sure that your birth was reported to NSO.

2) If you were born here then became a US citizen later on, then you can re-acquire your citizenship. You'll become a dual citizen -- both Pinoy and American. You can do this in the Bureau of Immigration (BI) if you're already here in Manila. WHat you need though is an NSO birth certificate.

3) If you were born in the US to Filipinos who were already US citizens then you're a complete alien. You have to apply for naturalization in BI.

For retiree visas, such as the SRRV, go to the Philippine Retirement Authority, www.pra.gov.ph

For normal visits, you can stay 1 year in RP on a balikbayan visa. It's granted upon arrival. Just tell them you're Pinoy even though you hold a foreign passport. Better, mag-Tagalog ka.

As for employment, no restrictions if you're Filipino citizen. Otherwise, you'll need an ACR and several other permits from DOLE.

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Posted 02 August 2008 - 02:59 PM

i want to explore the possibilities of having my american employer sponsor me. do you know who or where can i get at least FREE initial consultation?

the lowest charge i've seen is $80/half hour in Makati

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Posted 05 August 2008 - 02:31 PM

I am a US Citizen (pinoy ako, born here PI was naturalized in USA).

My gf (not married) and I had a baby boy recently here in PI. He took my last name and I signed the birth certificate that I am the father.

What do I need to do if I want to get my son a US Passport? Would like to take him to states to visit family in the future. Thanks in advance to anyone who can assist.

#53 rocco69

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Posted 05 August 2008 - 11:04 PM

I am a US Citizen (pinoy ako, born here PI was naturalized in USA).

My gf (not married) and I had a baby boy recently here in PI. He took my last name and I signed the birth certificate that I am the father.

What do I need to do if I want to get my son a US Passport? Would like to take him to states to visit family in the future. Thanks in advance to anyone who can assist.


A child born outside of the United States to an U.S. Citizen father where there is no marriage to the non-American mother is entitled to U.S. Citizenship providing the American citizen father had been physically present in the United States or one of its outlying possessions for five years, at least two years of which were after he reached the age of fourteen. This period of physical presence must have taken place prior to the birth of the child; and

* the alien mother completes an "Affidavit to establish paternity of child" at the US Consular Affairs Office before a consular officer; and

* the father signs a sworn statement agreeing to provide financial support for the child until s/he reaches the age of 18 years; and
* the father provides a written statement acknowledging paternity; or


* the child is legitimated under local law (in the Philippines legitimization takes place when the parents marry, and that at the time of the conception of the child there was no impediment to the father and mother marrying each other); or


* paternity is established by a competent court before the child attains the age of 18 years;

Note that:

1. the blood relationship between the child and the alleged father must be established by clear and convincing evidence (this will probably require DNA testing from a medical laboratory accredited and accepted by the US Embassy); and

2. you will have to prove that you are a US citizen at the time of your son's birth

It will be necessary for you to appear in person at the consular affairs office in order to execute an application for a "Consular Report of Birth Abroad" before a consular officer. At that time, a passport application may also be executed.

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Posted 05 August 2008 - 11:15 PM

kinakwartahan lang tayo ng gobyerno

#55 princeman007

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 03:06 PM

Thank you very much sir for your detailed and very informative response. It is greatly appreciated. I believe with the requirements below it should be no problem moving forward. I can begin the research process in more depth now and hopefully get this taken care of. Would I start by going to US Embassy?

Maraming Salamat Po!



A child born outside of the United States to an U.S. Citizen father where there is no marriage to the non-American mother is entitled to U.S. Citizenship providing the American citizen father had been physically present in the United States or one of its outlying possessions for five years, at least two years of which were after he reached the age of fourteen. This period of physical presence must have taken place prior to the birth of the child; and

* the alien mother completes an "Affidavit to establish paternity of child" at the US Consular Affairs Office before a consular officer; and

* the father signs a sworn statement agreeing to provide financial support for the child until s/he reaches the age of 18 years; and
* the father provides a written statement acknowledging paternity; or


* the child is legitimated under local law (in the Philippines legitimization takes place when the parents marry, and that at the time of the conception of the child there was no impediment to the father and mother marrying each other); or


* paternity is established by a competent court before the child attains the age of 18 years;

Note that:

1. the blood relationship between the child and the alleged father must be established by clear and convincing evidence (this will probably require DNA testing from a medical laboratory accredited and accepted by the US Embassy); and

2. you will have to prove that you are a US citizen at the time of your son's birth

It will be necessary for you to appear in person at the consular affairs office in order to execute an application for a "Consular Report of Birth Abroad" before a consular officer. At that time, a passport application may also be executed.



#56 rocco69

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Posted 08 August 2008 - 07:39 AM

Thank you very much sir for your detailed and very informative response. It is greatly appreciated. I believe with the requirements below it should be no problem moving forward. I can begin the research process in more depth now and hopefully get this taken care of. Would I start by going to US Embassy?

Maraming Salamat Po!


Would I start by going to US Embassy?

Looks like it. Sila ang nakakaalam ng proseso na yan kaya dun ka dapat magsimula. Baka pwede ring tumawag ka na lang, par di ka na mahirapan, tutal US citizen ka naman.

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Posted 08 August 2008 - 03:55 PM

gud day po sa inyong lahat... may problema po ako sa birth certificate ko, ung dad ko po e isang american citizen, he had his papers fixed 1968 (us naturalization) i was born 1976 but ang nailagay sa citizenship ng father ko is filipino (dun sa birth certificate) , pano po mapapalitan yun? thank you po. sana yung pinaka practical ang mabilis na process po, thank you in advance

#58 princeman007

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Posted 08 August 2008 - 04:32 PM

Cge I will just give the US Embassy a call nalang. Thanks again Sir Rocco.

Would I start by going to US Embassy?

Looks like it. Sila ang nakakaalam ng proseso na yan kaya dun ka dapat magsimula. Baka pwede ring tumawag ka na lang, par di ka na mahirapan, tutal US citizen ka naman.



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Posted 08 August 2008 - 10:24 PM

gud day po sa inyong lahat... may problema po ako sa birth certificate ko, ung dad ko po e isang american citizen, he had his papers fixed 1968 (us naturalization) i was born 1976 but ang nailagay sa citizenship ng father ko is filipino (dun sa birth certificate), pano po mapapalitan yun? thank you po. sana yung pinaka practical ang mabilis na process po, thank you in advance


Ayon sa RA 9048, kung typographical error lamang sa birth certificate, pwede kang mag-apply na baguhin ito sa Civil Registrar lamang.

Ang problema, sa kaso mo, mahihirapan tayong i-justify na "typographical error" lamang ang pagkakalagay ng Filipino sa citizenship ng tatay mo sa birth certificate mo.

Ayon pa rin sa RA 9048, di pwedeng idaan lamang sa petition sa Civil Registrar kung ang mali ay tungkol sa kasarian, edad, nasyunalidad, o katayuan (status). Maaari nating ikatwiran na ang mga sinasabing mali ay dapat tumutukoy lamang sa aplikante (sa madaling salita, ang mali ay dapat maling kasarian, edad, nasyunalidad, o katayuan ng aplikante), at dahil sa kaso mo naman, ang maling nasyunalidad ay hindi ang nasyunalidad mo kundi ang sa iyong ama kaya pwede pa rin ang RA 9048. Kaya lang, masyadong mabigat na pagbabago ang paglipat ng nasyunalidad ng ama mo mula "Filipino" patungo sa "Amerikano," kaya sa tingin ko di ka nasasaklaw ng RA 9048. Kakailanganin mong maghain ng petition sa korte para ipabago yang birth certificate mo. Sumangguni ka sa abugado (pumunta sa Public Attorney's Office o sa pinakamalapit na opisina ng Integrated Bar of the Philippines), para matulungan ka agad.

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Posted 09 August 2008 - 09:35 AM

Ayon sa RA 9048, kung typographical error lamang sa birth certificate, pwede kang mag-apply na baguhin ito sa Civil Registrar lamang.

Ang problema, sa kaso mo, mahihirapan tayong i-justify na "typographical error" lamang ang pagkakalagay ng Filipino sa citizenship ng tatay mo sa birth certificate mo.

Ayon pa rin sa RA 9048, di pwedeng idaan lamang sa petition sa Civil Registrar kung ang mali ay tungkol sa kasarian, edad, nasyunalidad, o katayuan (status). Maaari nating ikatwiran na ang mga sinasabing mali ay dapat tumutukoy lamang sa aplikante (sa madaling salita, ang mali ay dapat maling kasarian, edad, nasyunalidad, o katayuan ng aplikante), at dahil sa kaso mo naman, ang maling nasyunalidad ay hindi ang nasyunalidad mo kundi ang sa iyong ama kaya pwede pa rin ang RA 9048. Kaya lang, masyadong mabigat na pagbabago ang paglipat ng nasyunalidad ng ama mo mula "Filipino" patungo sa "Amerikano," kaya sa tingin ko di ka nasasaklaw ng RA 9048. Kakailanganin mong maghain ng petition sa korte para ipabago yang birth certificate mo. Sumangguni ka sa abugado (pumunta sa Public Attorney's Office o sa pinakamalapit na opisina ng Integrated Bar of the Philippines), para matulungan ka agad.


thank you po, thank you thank you, napakalaking information na nakakatulong, thank you very much :)




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