Who is the legally recognized father? The U.S. citizen? If not, it may be advisable to get documentation indicating she is legally permitted to have the child immigrate to U.S. An Immigration attorney in the Philippines familiar with these particular circumstances is a good choice in this situation. http://www.dixonimmigration.com/index.php?pid=2
"in order to obtain a fiancee visa, you must first file a petition with USCIS, after this is processed the fiancee must interview at a government immigration office."
Fiancee visa is the best and easiest to obtain.
You cannot obtain a marriage license unless he is legal. It would be best to focus on him obtaining citizenship so you can get married.
Usually in government buildings. If one of the two people is resident in a certain country the government is more likely to accept and give the visa to the fiancee. For instruction visit the town hall of the city.
He is GOD, he doesn't obtain them he already has them
i was having same case,i do have a herpes i get this from my fiancee,and he says that he think i cant obtain a fiancee visa cause of herpes is this true?please help me,i have type 2,now he seems not communicating me very well this few days what should i do?
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With parental permission you can obtain a marriage license.
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When they obtain the marriage certificate.
Be pregnant does not make you a legal adult. It gives you certain rights to obtain help for you and your child, but does not emancipate you.
You need the event which is already over.
you should know already
No, since same-sex marriage is not legal in the Philippines.
No, you cannot get a license if you are already married. It would mean you have to lie on the application, which is perjury. And to execute it would be bigamy.
When you can (or have already) legally obtain a learner's permit, making it legal for you to drive.
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Yes, they are already released 2/20/12, but very difficult to obtain.
After America bought the Philippines in 1899 for $20 million dollars, Filipino rebels tried to re-obtain their freedom for the U.S. with guerrilla tactics. It took the U.S. three years and about 200,000 troops to finally subdue the Filipino rebels. That is the simplest answer.
no, you must obtain a legal divorce through the courts.
Any Filipino man or a specific one?First of all, same-sex marriage is not legal in the Philippines. It is legal in England, Wales and Scotland, but not Northern Ireland. In Northern Ireland, however, you can have a UK registered partnership that has the same rights and responsibilities as marriage, only that it is not called a "marriage." You should be able to obtain what is commonly called a "fiance(e) visa" for your intended husband, but he would not be able to obtain one for you.So, the steps as I see them are:Meet a nice Filipino guy and fall in love;Obtain a fiance visa for him to come to England;Marry in England;Live together as spouses; andWhen appropriate, file for naturalization of your husband based on his relationship with you and his time of legal residency in the UK.
This depends on the insurance company and whether or not they accept new applicants who are pregnant. Women who are pregnant, as well as the expectant father, are not eligible for individual coverage with BlueCross BlueShield of Florida until after the birth of the baby. Your state may be different.