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#1 Completely

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Posted 08 September 2008 - 12:34 AM

Matagal na rin ako hindi umuuwi ng Pilipinas.. kaya tanong ko lang kung magkano na ba ang presyo ng pagkain para sa simple may pamilya sa probinsya.

Magkano na ba ang mga bilihing ito:

Kilo ng Bigas?
Kilo ng Manok?
Kilo ng Baboy?
Kilo ng gulay?
kilo ng mga panglahok like bawang/sibuyas?
Kilo ng isda?
kilo ng hipon or ibang seafoods.?

Sa isang buwan, magkano ba ang average na nagagastos ninyo para sa pagkain sa isang buwan para sa 5 katao?

Tanong lang po.. para sa isa kong kaibigan na nag iisip ng kanyang budget para sa pamilyang nasa pilipinas.. Ako po ay nag iisa kaya hindi ko malaman ang isasagot sa kanya kaya naisipan ko itanong ito dito sa VJ.

Maraming Salamat..

Edited by Completely, 08 September 2008 - 12:38 AM.

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#2 Abby-Ron

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Posted 08 September 2008 - 12:49 AM

I would allot $225 for the 5 people, dont be a cheapskate (kirpot) and dont add just the minimum to get by for the people you want to support/give. $225 at a rate of Php45 per $1 would give them (Php10125)which is plenty and then some to live off. You are a USC living 45 times the rate in the province of the Philippines, so dont be a cheapsake, share your wealth to your love ones back home.
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Posted 08 September 2008 - 12:55 AM

QUOTE (Abby-Ron @ Sep 8 2008, 12:49 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I would allot $225 for the 5 people, dont be a cheapskate (kirpot) and dont add just the minimum to get by for the people you want to support/give. $225 at a rate of Php45 per $1 would give them (Php10125)which is plenty and then some to live off. You are a USC living 45 times the rate in the province of the Philippines, so dont be a cheapsake, share your wealth to your love ones back home.


Thank you for the response. Actually this question does not belong to me.. This is for my friend who does not work in the US.. and just depending to her husband.. Since I am not living in the Philippines for many years, I dont know what to tell her.. So to give her comfort, I will have her read all the opinions in VJ...

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Posted 08 September 2008 - 01:02 AM

If the person does not work, how will he/she send money? If that is the case, give as much as he/she can. Again, I would start at Php10000 which is $225 and start working backwards, meaning lesser if I cant afford that. $225 may seem a lot but believe me, its not, even in the province. I could never live off $225 in the province especially to support 5 people. That is basically only P22 per person per meal or roughly $0.44 a meal.
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Posted 08 September 2008 - 01:18 AM

QUOTE (Abby-Ron @ Sep 8 2008, 01:02 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
If the person does not work, how will he/she send money? If that is the case, give as much as he/she can. Again, I would start at Php10000 which is $225 and start working backwards, meaning lesser if I cant afford that. $225 may seem a lot but believe me, its not, even in the province. I could never live off $225 in the province especially to support 5 people. That is basically only P22 per person per meal or roughly $0.44 a meal.


I really dont know.. whistling.gif probably ask her husband.. She can not work as she needs to get better with her english.. helpsmilie.gif I told her, I can teach her by talking to me in english not Tagalog, this way she could be more confident and not shy dealing with people..
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Posted 08 September 2008 - 01:21 AM

QUOTE (Completely @ Sep 8 2008, 01:34 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Matagal na rin ako hindi umuuwi ng Pilipinas.. kaya tanong ko lang kung magkano na ba ang presyo ng pagkain para sa simple may pamilya sa probinsya.

Magkano na ba ang mga bilihing ito:

Kilo ng Bigas?
Kilo ng Manok?
Kilo ng Baboy?
Kilo ng gulay?
kilo ng mga panglahok like bawang/sibuyas?
Kilo ng isda?
kilo ng hipon or ibang seafoods.?

Sa isang buwan, magkano ba ang average na nagagastos ninyo para sa pagkain sa isang buwan para sa 5 katao?

Tanong lang po.. para sa isa kong kaibigan na nag iisip ng kanyang budget para sa pamilyang nasa pilipinas.. Ako po ay nag iisa kaya hindi ko malaman ang isasagot sa kanya kaya naisipan ko itanong ito dito sa VJ.

Maraming Salamat..


prices are soaring high out here. it might be a little helpful if we know what city your friend is from.
if she lives in key cities like cebu & davao, prices are likely higher compared to areas distal from the suburbs.
i'm from cebu, given the list above (and since i do most of the grocery), here's how each item approximately cost:

RICE
it depends on what type of rice they prefer using. there's low-grade rice for 38 PHP per kilo (broken rice) and there's high grade rice like GANADOR @47 PHP, FANCY RICE for 52 PHP.

CHICKEN
135 PHP per kilo.

PORK MEAT
160 PHP per kilo (lean meat) but prices vary depending on what part of the pork you want.

FISH AND SEAFOODS
depends on what type of fish or seafoods you'd wanna buy. some as cheap as 30 PHP per kilo and some as expensive as 200++ PHP per kilo.

VEGETABLES
prices of vegetables has gone up since the typhoon Frank. imagine, a kilo of eggplant which used to cost only 40 PHP per kilo is now 70 PHP per kilo.

SPICES
onions, which is a staple in almost all filipino dishes is sold in markets for 140 PHP. garlic is slightly cheaper so as with ginger.

if you'd ask how much she should spare for a month's sustenence (for 5 people), she has consider some factors like:

GENDER
male tend to eat more since they have a more active lifestyle that females. if majority of the 5 are males, then she must have a little allowance for her budget.
AGE
teens eat more than elders or kids.
LIFESTYLE
she has to consider what each members are "used to" eating, how often they eat, etc.


QUOTE (Abby-Ron @ Sep 8 2008, 01:49 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I would allot $225 for the 5 people, dont be a cheapskate (kirpot) and dont add just the minimum to get by for the people you want to support/give. $225 at a rate of Php45 per $1 would give them (Php10125)which is plenty and then some to live off. You are a USC living 45 times the rate in the province of the Philippines, so dont be a cheapsake, share your wealth to your love ones back home.


225 USD a month? hmm, you must be kidding right? i know you gys might think that with the current exchange rate of 1 USD=45 PHP, anyone with dollars is blessed..lol. seriously, kidding aside..225 USD would be enough if the family lives far from the city where i'm not so sure if prices are indeed cheaper or just the same, no students to cook baon everyday and a family with a very simple lifestyle.

and of course, the 225 USD should be excluding other expenses like electric bills, phone bills, water bills, internet bills, etc.

Edited by MJ3lasvegas, 08 September 2008 - 01:25 AM.

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Posted 08 September 2008 - 01:34 AM

QUOTE (MJ3lasvegas @ Sep 8 2008, 01:21 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (Completely @ Sep 8 2008, 01:34 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Matagal na rin ako hindi umuuwi ng Pilipinas.. kaya tanong ko lang kung magkano na ba ang presyo ng pagkain para sa simple may pamilya sa probinsya.

Magkano na ba ang mga bilihing ito:

Kilo ng Bigas?
Kilo ng Manok?
Kilo ng Baboy?
Kilo ng gulay?
kilo ng mga panglahok like bawang/sibuyas?
Kilo ng isda?
kilo ng hipon or ibang seafoods.?

Sa isang buwan, magkano ba ang average na nagagastos ninyo para sa pagkain sa isang buwan para sa 5 katao?

Tanong lang po.. para sa isa kong kaibigan na nag iisip ng kanyang budget para sa pamilyang nasa pilipinas.. Ako po ay nag iisa kaya hindi ko malaman ang isasagot sa kanya kaya naisipan ko itanong ito dito sa VJ.

Maraming Salamat..


prices are soaring high out here. it might be a little helpful if we know what city your friend is from.
if she lives in key cities like cebu & davao, prices are likely higher compared to areas distal from the suburbs.
i'm from cebu, given the list above (and since i do most of the grocery), here's how each item approximately cost:

RICE
it depends on what type of rice they prefer using. there's low-grade rice for 38 PHP per kilo (broken rice) and there's high grade rice like GANADOR @47 PHP, FANCY RICE for 52 PHP.

CHICKEN
135 PHP per kilo.

PORK MEAT
160 PHP per kilo (lean meat) but prices vary depending on what part of the pork you want.

FISH AND SEAFOODS
depends on what type of fish or seafoods you'd wanna buy. some as cheap as 30 PHP per kilo and some as expensive as 200++ PHP per kilo.

VEGETABLES
prices of vegetables has gone up since the typhoon Frank. imagine, a kilo of eggplant which used to cost only 40 PHP per kilo is now 70 PHP per kilo.

SPICES
onions, which is a staple in almost all filipino dishes is sold in markets for 140 PHP. garlic is slightly cheaper so as with ginger.

if you'd ask how much she should spare for a month's sustenence (for 5 people), she has consider some factors like:

GENDER
male tend to eat more since they have a more active lifestyle that females. if majority of the 5 are males, then she must have a little allowance for her budget.
AGE
teens eat more than elders or kids.
LIFESTYLE
she has to consider what each members are "used to" eating, how often they eat, etc.


QUOTE (Abby-Ron @ Sep 8 2008, 01:49 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I would allot $225 for the 5 people, dont be a cheapskate (kirpot) and dont add just the minimum to get by for the people you want to support/give. $225 at a rate of Php45 per $1 would give them (Php10125)which is plenty and then some to live off. You are a USC living 45 times the rate in the province of the Philippines, so dont be a cheapsake, share your wealth to your love ones back home.


225 USD a month? hmm, you must be kidding right? i know you gys might think that with the current exchange rate of 1 USD=45 PHP, anyone with dollars is blessed..lol. seriously, kidding aside..225 USD would be enough if the family lives far from the city where i'm not so sure if prices are indeed cheaper or just the same, no students to cook baon everyday and a family with a very simple lifestyle.

and of course, the 225 USD should be excluding other expenses like electric bills, phone bills, water bills, internet bills, etc.


I think they live in quezon province.. thank you for the response..
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#8 rheanick

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Posted 08 September 2008 - 03:03 AM

I would suggest that your friend send the amount of money she can afford right now. Its hard to give a baseline if she does not have means to support her family in the province. It might put a strain on her marriage.

The other thing i want to convey... .. its not the amount of money you have.. its how you spend the money. Either your friend give them USD $ 500 a month or USD $100, if the her family in the province doesnt know the proper way of handling money... no matter the amount she gives.. it wont be enough. But if her family knows how to spend it, no matter how small it is... they will survive. Filipinos are resilient. We are survivor.

RheaNick

QUOTE (Completely @ Sep 8 2008, 02:34 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (MJ3lasvegas @ Sep 8 2008, 01:21 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (Completely @ Sep 8 2008, 01:34 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Matagal na rin ako hindi umuuwi ng Pilipinas.. kaya tanong ko lang kung magkano na ba ang presyo ng pagkain para sa simple may pamilya sa probinsya.

Magkano na ba ang mga bilihing ito:

Kilo ng Bigas?
Kilo ng Manok?
Kilo ng Baboy?
Kilo ng gulay?
kilo ng mga panglahok like bawang/sibuyas?
Kilo ng isda?
kilo ng hipon or ibang seafoods.?

Sa isang buwan, magkano ba ang average na nagagastos ninyo para sa pagkain sa isang buwan para sa 5 katao?

Tanong lang po.. para sa isa kong kaibigan na nag iisip ng kanyang budget para sa pamilyang nasa pilipinas.. Ako po ay nag iisa kaya hindi ko malaman ang isasagot sa kanya kaya naisipan ko itanong ito dito sa VJ.

Maraming Salamat..


prices are soaring high out here. it might be a little helpful if we know what city your friend is from.
if she lives in key cities like cebu & davao, prices are likely higher compared to areas distal from the suburbs.
i'm from cebu, given the list above (and since i do most of the grocery), here's how each item approximately cost:

RICE
it depends on what type of rice they prefer using. there's low-grade rice for 38 PHP per kilo (broken rice) and there's high grade rice like GANADOR @47 PHP, FANCY RICE for 52 PHP.

CHICKEN
135 PHP per kilo.

PORK MEAT
160 PHP per kilo (lean meat) but prices vary depending on what part of the pork you want.

FISH AND SEAFOODS
depends on what type of fish or seafoods you'd wanna buy. some as cheap as 30 PHP per kilo and some as expensive as 200++ PHP per kilo.

VEGETABLES
prices of vegetables has gone up since the typhoon Frank. imagine, a kilo of eggplant which used to cost only 40 PHP per kilo is now 70 PHP per kilo.

SPICES
onions, which is a staple in almost all filipino dishes is sold in markets for 140 PHP. garlic is slightly cheaper so as with ginger.

if you'd ask how much she should spare for a month's sustenence (for 5 people), she has consider some factors like:

GENDER
male tend to eat more since they have a more active lifestyle that females. if majority of the 5 are males, then she must have a little allowance for her budget.
AGE
teens eat more than elders or kids.
LIFESTYLE
she has to consider what each members are "used to" eating, how often they eat, etc.


QUOTE (Abby-Ron @ Sep 8 2008, 01:49 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I would allot $225 for the 5 people, dont be a cheapskate (kirpot) and dont add just the minimum to get by for the people you want to support/give. $225 at a rate of Php45 per $1 would give them (Php10125)which is plenty and then some to live off. You are a USC living 45 times the rate in the province of the Philippines, so dont be a cheapsake, share your wealth to your love ones back home.


225 USD a month? hmm, you must be kidding right? i know you gys might think that with the current exchange rate of 1 USD=45 PHP, anyone with dollars is blessed..lol. seriously, kidding aside..225 USD would be enough if the family lives far from the city where i'm not so sure if prices are indeed cheaper or just the same, no students to cook baon everyday and a family with a very simple lifestyle.

and of course, the 225 USD should be excluding other expenses like electric bills, phone bills, water bills, internet bills, etc.


I think they live in quezon province.. thank you for the response..

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K1 Process:
May 1, 2008 Submitted I-129F to CSC
May 8, 2008 Received by CSC
May 9, 2008 NOA1
May 18, 2008 Touched
October 9, 2008 RFE
October 28, 2008 RFE Reply
October 29, 2008 Touched
October 30, 2008 Touched
November 1, 2008 NOA2 (HardCopy)
November 11, 2008 Letter from NVC (Hardcopy)
November 14 & 17, 2008 Medical (Passed)
November 26, 2008 Interview (Passed)
December 5, 2008 Visa Received
December 23, 2008 US Entry (POE: Hawaii)
February 7, 2009 Private Wedding

AOS Process:
March 9, 2009 Mailed AOS Application via Express Mail (I-485, I-765, I-131)
March 10, 2009 USPS confirmed that AOS application was delivered and received in Chicago
March 18, 2009 Received NOA for AOS, EAD and AP
April 8, 2009 Biometrics Done
April 27, 2009 AP Approved
May 1, 2009 AP received in the mail
May 2, 2009 EAD card received in the mail
May 29, 2009 AOS interview (Approved)
June 29, 2009 GC received

ROC Process
March 1, 2011 Mailed I-175 Application via Express Mail
March 4 ,2011 NOA for I-175
April 05,2011 Biometrics [Early Biometrics March 22, 2011]
April 21,2011 Approval
April 27,2011 10 Year Green Card Received

Naturalization Process
March 6, 2012 Mailed N-400 Application via Express Mail

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Posted 08 September 2008 - 09:04 AM

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AOS
06-15-09..... Sent AOS Package
06-25-09..... Recieved NOA AOS EAD AP
06-29-09..... Recieved Biometrics appointment for July 21
07-10-09..... Case transfered to California
08-05-09..... AOS Card production ordered
08-06-09..... AP approval sent
08-06-09..... EAD Card production ordered
08-11-09..... Got my GREENCARD
08-13-09..... Got my EAD card and AP

#10 filirican

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Posted 08 September 2008 - 10:02 AM

QUOTE (rheanick @ Sep 8 2008, 01:03 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I would suggest that your friend send the amount of money she can afford right now. Its hard to give a baseline if she does not have means to support her family in the province. It might put a strain on her marriage.

The other thing i want to convey... .. its not the amount of money you have.. its how you spend the money. Either your friend give them USD $ 500 a month or USD $100, if the her family in the province doesnt know the proper way of handling money... no matter the amount she gives.. it wont be enough. But if her family knows how to spend it, no matter how small it is... they will survive. Filipinos are resilient. We are survivor.

RheaNick

QUOTE (Completely @ Sep 8 2008, 02:34 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (MJ3lasvegas @ Sep 8 2008, 01:21 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (Completely @ Sep 8 2008, 01:34 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Matagal na rin ako hindi umuuwi ng Pilipinas.. kaya tanong ko lang kung magkano na ba ang presyo ng pagkain para sa simple may pamilya sa probinsya.

Magkano na ba ang mga bilihing ito:

Kilo ng Bigas?
Kilo ng Manok?
Kilo ng Baboy?
Kilo ng gulay?
kilo ng mga panglahok like bawang/sibuyas?
Kilo ng isda?
kilo ng hipon or ibang seafoods.?

Sa isang buwan, magkano ba ang average na nagagastos ninyo para sa pagkain sa isang buwan para sa 5 katao?

Tanong lang po.. para sa isa kong kaibigan na nag iisip ng kanyang budget para sa pamilyang nasa pilipinas.. Ako po ay nag iisa kaya hindi ko malaman ang isasagot sa kanya kaya naisipan ko itanong ito dito sa VJ.

Maraming Salamat..


prices are soaring high out here. it might be a little helpful if we know what city your friend is from.
if she lives in key cities like cebu & davao, prices are likely higher compared to areas distal from the suburbs.
i'm from cebu, given the list above (and since i do most of the grocery), here's how each item approximately cost:

RICE
it depends on what type of rice they prefer using. there's low-grade rice for 38 PHP per kilo (broken rice) and there's high grade rice like GANADOR @47 PHP, FANCY RICE for 52 PHP.

CHICKEN
135 PHP per kilo.

PORK MEAT
160 PHP per kilo (lean meat) but prices vary depending on what part of the pork you want.

FISH AND SEAFOODS
depends on what type of fish or seafoods you'd wanna buy. some as cheap as 30 PHP per kilo and some as expensive as 200++ PHP per kilo.

VEGETABLES
prices of vegetables has gone up since the typhoon Frank. imagine, a kilo of eggplant which used to cost only 40 PHP per kilo is now 70 PHP per kilo.

SPICES
onions, which is a staple in almost all filipino dishes is sold in markets for 140 PHP. garlic is slightly cheaper so as with ginger.

if you'd ask how much she should spare for a month's sustenence (for 5 people), she has consider some factors like:

GENDER
male tend to eat more since they have a more active lifestyle that females. if majority of the 5 are males, then she must have a little allowance for her budget.
AGE
teens eat more than elders or kids.
LIFESTYLE
she has to consider what each members are "used to" eating, how often they eat, etc.


QUOTE (Abby-Ron @ Sep 8 2008, 01:49 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I would allot $225 for the 5 people, dont be a cheapskate (kirpot) and dont add just the minimum to get by for the people you want to support/give. $225 at a rate of Php45 per $1 would give them (Php10125)which is plenty and then some to live off. You are a USC living 45 times the rate in the province of the Philippines, so dont be a cheapsake, share your wealth to your love ones back home.


225 USD a month? hmm, you must be kidding right? i know you gys might think that with the current exchange rate of 1 USD=45 PHP, anyone with dollars is blessed..lol. seriously, kidding aside..225 USD would be enough if the family lives far from the city where i'm not so sure if prices are indeed cheaper or just the same, no students to cook baon everyday and a family with a very simple lifestyle.

and of course, the 225 USD should be excluding other expenses like electric bills, phone bills, water bills, internet bills, etc.


I think they live in quezon province.. thank you for the response..


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11.20.07 : mailed I130
01.23.08 : NOA1
04.21.08 : mailed I129F
04.22.08 : NOA1
05.14.08 : NOA2 both for I 130 and I 129F
06.26.08 : medical exam 2nd day PASSED!!
07.09.08 : interview day! PASSED! PINK SLIP!
07.15.08 : visa on hand!!!
08.01.08 : POE SFO (home with my papi!)

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Posted 08 September 2008 - 02:20 PM

[quote name='rheanick' date='Sep 8 2008, 03:03 AM' post='2194820']
I would suggest that your friend send the amount of money she can afford right now. Its hard to give a baseline if she does not have means to support her family in the province. It might put a strain on her marriage.

The other thing i want to convey... .. its not the amount of money you have.. its how you spend the money. Either your friend give them USD $ 500 a month or USD $100, if the her family in the province doesnt know the proper way of handling money... no matter the amount she gives.. it wont be enough. But if her family knows how to spend it, no matter how small it is... they will survive. Filipinos are resilient. We are survivor.

RheaNick



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02-16-06- met online
07-20-07- first visit to phils
07-26-07-engagement
07-28-07- back to US

09-14-07- submitted I-129F
09-25-07- NOA1
10-25-07 -NOA2
11-01-07- My fiance got a letter from NVC that within 2 weeks Manila Consulate will send my Packet
11-20-07- Date of my Packet, actually the real one was earlier but it was sent somewhere, good thing my Fiance arrived to spent Thanksgiving day in Phils and we checked the status in Embassy.
11-23-07- Medical though the exact date was Nov. 29..
12-06-07- Interview
12-16-07- Visa in hand
01-16-98- Attended CFO
01-18-08- Arrived in USA , POE-Guam
03-16-08- Wedding


AOS

04-17-08- Submitted the AOS
04-24-08- NOA
05-13-08- Biometrics
05-27-08- Transferred to California
06-14-08- EAD card received
07-21-08- Date of AOS approval but got the letter July 24
No Interview, No RFE and Additional Vaccination( just used the SLEC medical docs)
07-22-08- Date of Permanent REsident CARd , got it July 29
07-31-08- apply for SSN
08-05-08-SSN delivery

01-12-09- First day of work(Thanks to Marielle and Mario)



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