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My brother is 35 years old and an Attorney in America. He lives in Manila about half the time in a leased condo. He has a baby with a Filipina, 29. The little boy is 18 months old and just received his US PASSPORT. The mother and his son live with him when he is in Manila and live in the condo when he is not there.

My brother does not want to marry the mother at this time...even though they function as husband and wife. he has twin boys by his ex-wife...who is from the Ukraine. he has been the Fiance Visa route before and said he wants to be 100 percent sure.

I think his dilemma is how to get the mother of his son to America on a part time basis...so she can bring the little boy to be with his father and see if she likes America.

Would she be able to get a multiple entry visitors visa? For 6 month stays at a time.....?

Because she is the mother of an American child...does that help??

My brother doesn't talk about it...but I know he has on his mind getting the boy to America with his mother...even if it is temporary as he goes back to Manila half the year.

So if he doesn't marry her what can he do?


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My brother is 35 years old and an Attorney in America. He lives in Manila about half the time in a leased condo. He has a baby with a Filipina, 29. The little boy is 18 months old and just received his US PASSPORT. The mother and his son live with him when he is in Manila and live in the condo when he is not there.

My brother does not want to marry the mother at this time...even though they function as husband and wife. he has twin boys by his ex-wife...who is from the Ukraine. he has been the Fiance Visa route before and said he wants to be 100 percent sure.

I think his dilemma is how to get the mother of his son to America on a part time basis...so she can bring the little boy to be with his father and see if she likes America.

Would she be able to get a multiple entry visitors visa? For 6 month stays at a time.....?

Because she is the mother of an American child...does that help??

My brother doesn't talk about it...but I know he has on his mind getting the boy to America with his mother...even if it is temporary as he goes back to Manila half the year.

So if he doesn't marry her what can he do?

If he doesn't want to marry her, he can't do anything to assist her in getting a visitor visa or an immigration visa.

Being the mother of an US citizen does not help. It does not entitle her to any rights to enter the US.

She is just like anyone else from the Philippines who wants a visitor visa. She has to show sufficient ties to her country so she can overcome the presumption that it's likely she will be an illegal immigrant.

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His son can come anytime he wants to.

If he was not sure perhaps the child thing was a bit premature?


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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His son can come anytime he wants to.

If he was not sure perhaps the child thing was a bit premature?

Obviously his son is a US Citizen he can come.......

And the child comment.......not pertinent to the question.....

It is not a moral question.....


October 5, 2009-Overnight by FEDEX K-1 Package

October 7, 2009-Overnight by FEDEX Delivered 11:00 AM

October 7, 2009-NOA1 mailed by USCIS

October 10, 2009-NOA1 received.

December 2, 2009-NOA 2 approved.

March 15, 2010 Interview Passed

March 20, Visa Delivered.

“Moderation is a fatal thing. Nothing succeeds like excess.”

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His son can come anytime he wants to.

If he was not sure perhaps the child thing was a bit premature?

Obviously his son is a US Citizen he can come.......

And the child comment.......not pertinent to the question.....

It is not a moral question.....

It is pertinent, the obvious solution is marriage, going to be tricky getting a visitors visa.

And having a child is a bit more significant than a marriage cert.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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