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HI GUYS, I HAVE A QUESTION, ME AND FIANCEE ARE EXPECTING OUR FIRST CHILD THIS COMING AUGUST, WE ARE EXPERIENCING SOME DELAYS WITH OUR NOA#2, SO WE DECIDED TO HAVE THE BABY IN CEBU PHILIPPINES, NOW MY QUESTION IS , SINCE WE ARE NOT MARRIED, WILL THE HOSPITAL ALLOW ME TO GIVE MY LAST NAME TO OUR BABY AND DO WE HAVE TO ADD MY FIANCEE'S LAST NAME TO OUR BABY'S NAME? WE ARE PLANNIG ON DOING THE CRBA RIGHT AFTHER THE BABY IS BORN.

THANKS EVERYONE


K-1 Visa

Event Date

Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Manilla, Philipines

I-129F Sent : 2008-03-14

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-03-18

I-129F RFE(s) : none

RFE Reply(s) : none

I-129F NOA2 : 2009-09-02

Adjustment of Status

Event Date

CIS Office : Chicago IL

Date Filed : 2010-01-14

NOA Date : 2010-01-21

Employment Authorization Document

Event Date

CIS Office : Chicago IL

Filing Method : Mail

Filing Instance : First

Date Filed : 2010-01-14

NOA Date : 2010-01-21

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Hey Joe, Yes you can add your last name to your daughter's bc. That is exactly what we did and as you know we were not married yet either. Your fiance's last name will become your daughter's middle name on the bc. That's the way they do it in the PI. Don't worry if you want to change her middle name you can do that when you guys get to the States. That's what we are going to do to. Hope everything else is going ok. Have a great 4th buddy. Mike


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THANKS FOR THE INFO MIKE, LIKE ALWAYS WILLING TO HELP EVERYONE, TAKE CARE OF YOUR SELF BUDDY. :thumbs:


K-1 Visa

Event Date

Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Manilla, Philipines

I-129F Sent : 2008-03-14

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-03-18

I-129F RFE(s) : none

RFE Reply(s) : none

I-129F NOA2 : 2009-09-02

Adjustment of Status

Event Date

CIS Office : Chicago IL

Date Filed : 2010-01-14

NOA Date : 2010-01-21

Employment Authorization Document

Event Date

CIS Office : Chicago IL

Filing Method : Mail

Filing Instance : First

Date Filed : 2010-01-14

NOA Date : 2010-01-21

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HI GUYS, I HAVE A QUESTION, ME AND FIANCEE ARE EXPECTING OUR FIRST CHILD THIS COMING AUGUST, WE ARE EXPERIENCING SOME DELAYS WITH OUR NOA#2, SO WE DECIDED TO HAVE THE BABY IN CEBU PHILIPPINES, NOW MY QUESTION IS , SINCE WE ARE NOT MARRIED, WILL THE HOSPITAL ALLOW ME TO GIVE MY LAST NAME TO OUR BABY AND DO WE HAVE TO ADD MY FIANCEE'S LAST NAME TO OUR BABY'S NAME? WE ARE PLANNIG ON DOING THE CRBA RIGHT AFTHER THE BABY IS BORN.

THANKS EVERYONE

You may also want to think about (CRBA) and dual citizenship for your baby to be!


'PAU' both wife and daughter in the U.S. 08/25/2009

Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

http://crbausembassy....wordpress.com/

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Hey Joe, Yes you can add your last name to your daughter's bc. That is exactly what we did and as you know we were not married yet either. Your fiance's last name will become your daughter's middle name on the bc. That's the way they do it in the PI. Don't worry if you want to change her middle name you can do that when you guys get to the States. That's what we are going to do to. Hope everything else is going ok. Have a great 4th buddy. Mike

Not necessarily true all the time. Due to several changes in the provisions of the Family and Civil Codes of the Philippines, the application of the law has been inconsistent. I have a niece who was not allowed to use my brother's surname because she was born out of wedlock, but she was subsequently legitimated after the parents married. Chapter 3, Article 176 of Family Code of the Philippines is clear on this:

http://www.chanrobles.com/executiveorderno209.htm

Chapter 3. Illegitimate Children

Art. 176. Illegitimate children shall use the surname and shall be under the parental authority of their mother, and shall be entitled to support in conformity with this Code. The legitime of each illegitimate child shall consist of one-half of the legitime of a legitimate child. Except for this modification, all other provisions in the Civil Code governing successional rights shall remain in force. (287a) 


To the OP, since your child will be illegitimate at time of birth, be prepared to be challenged if you encounter a Civil Registrar who is up-to-date with the current law.

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HI GUYS, I HAVE A QUESTION, ME AND FIANCEE ARE EXPECTING OUR FIRST CHILD THIS COMING AUGUST, WE ARE EXPERIENCING SOME DELAYS WITH OUR NOA#2, SO WE DECIDED TO HAVE THE BABY IN CEBU PHILIPPINES, NOW MY QUESTION IS , SINCE WE ARE NOT MARRIED, WILL THE HOSPITAL ALLOW ME TO GIVE MY LAST NAME TO OUR BABY AND DO WE HAVE TO ADD MY FIANCEE'S LAST NAME TO OUR BABY'S NAME? WE ARE PLANNIG ON DOING THE CRBA RIGHT AFTHER THE BABY IS BORN.

THANKS EVERYONE

Hey Joe, Yes you can add your last name to your daughter's bc. That is exactly what we did and as you know we were not married yet either. Your fiance's last name will become your daughter's middle name on the bc. That's the way they do it in the PI. Don't worry if you want to change her middle name you can do that when you guys get to the States. That's what we are going to do to. Hope everything else is going ok. Have a great 4th buddy. Mike

Not necessarily true all the time. Due to several changes in the provisions of the Family and Civil Codes of the Philippines, the application of the law has been inconsistent. I have a niece who was not allowed to use my brother's surname because she was born out of wedlock, but she was subsequently legitimated after the parents married. Chapter 3, Article 176 of Family Code of the Philippines is clear on this:

http://www.chanrobles.com/executiveorderno209.htm

Chapter 3. Illegitimate Children

Art. 176. Illegitimate children shall use the surname and shall be under the parental authority of their mother, and shall be entitled to support in conformity with this Code. The legitime of each illegitimate child shall consist of one-half of the legitime of a legitimate child. Except for this modification, all other provisions in the Civil Code governing successional rights shall remain in force. (287a) 


To the OP, since your child will be illegitimate at time of birth, be prepared to be challenged if you encounter a Civil Registrar who is up-to-date with the current law.

'jab1976' I just came back from doing just that last week...and of course there to see my fiancee and our daughter.If you are going to be there for the birth it should be no problem, because it was 6 months after Gabrielle was born and we had no problem giving her my last name on the birth certificate. I am not saying that 'Pinay Wife' is not correct because you will not know until you get there. But just letting you know it can be done because I just did it! :yes:

Good luck with everything :thumbs: ,Ray

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Hey Joe, Yes you can add your last name to your daughter's bc. That is exactly what we did and as you know we were not married yet either. Your fiance's last name will become your daughter's middle name on the bc. That's the way they do it in the PI. Don't worry if you want to change her middle name you can do that when you guys get to the States. That's what we are going to do to. Hope everything else is going ok. Have a great 4th buddy. Mike

Not necessarily true all the time. Due to several changes in the provisions of the Family and Civil Codes of the Philippines, the application of the law has been inconsistent. I have a niece who was not allowed to use my brother's surname because she was born out of wedlock, but she was subsequently legitimated after the parents married. Chapter 3, Article 176 of Family Code of the Philippines is clear on this:

http://www.chanrobles.com/executiveorderno209.htm

Chapter 3. Illegitimate Children

Art. 176. Illegitimate children shall use the surname and shall be under the parental authority of their mother, and shall be entitled to support in conformity with this Code. The legitime of each illegitimate child shall consist of one-half of the legitime of a legitimate child. Except for this modification, all other provisions in the Civil Code governing successional rights shall remain in force. (287a) 


To the OP, since your child will be illegitimate at time of birth, be prepared to be challenged if you encounter a Civil Registrar who is up-to-date with the current law.

Nice work! Pinay Wife....

To the OP you may incounter a challenge as well at the US Embassy in Manila for your CRBA make sure your documents are 100% if not you will be ask to submit DNA Testing for you and the child, and it's not cheap.


'PAU' both wife and daughter in the U.S. 08/25/2009

Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

http://crbausembassy....wordpress.com/

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