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CFO Seminar for Minors

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Hello fellow members,

Just wanna ask a few questions and I would truly appreciate all your answers. My 2 minor kids will have their interview this coming June 11 at USEm, Manila.

My concerns are:

1. Do they have to have CFO seminar (when they get their visas) or things they have to do before they fly?

Just wanna make sure since we live 8 hrs .away from Manila and would have to stay in the hotel so i wanna use the oppurtunity while kids are in Manila to get things done if they could.

2. My mom can understand and speak english but not fluently..can she request for a tagalog interview or an interpreter just in case? Mom is the kid's legal guardian?

3. Am worried about kids being asked questions that are not easy for them to answer especially dates of events..my kids are only 12 and 8.

4.My kids completed their medical exam and they both passed, some said the interview is just a formality..is this really true?

Thanks again and God bless us all in our journey.

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Hello fellow members,

Just wanna ask a few questions and I would truly appreciate all your answers. My 2 minor kids will have their interview this coming June 11 at USEm, Manila.

My concerns are:

1. Do they have to have CFO seminar (when they get their visas) or things they have to do before they fly? the following are not required to attend the pre-departure orientation seminar and to be personally present during the registration (they can also be registered by proxy):

  • Minors 12 years old and below

  • Senior citizens 65 years old and above

  • Those with mental illness or psychiatric disability, and incapacitated due to permanent or long-term ailments

  • Minors 12 years old and below

  • Senior citizens 65 years old and above

  • Those with mental illness or psychiatric disability, and incapacitated due to permanent or long-term ailments
    http://www.cfo.gov.p...id=318&Itemid=5
    Just wanna make sure since we live 8 hrs .away from Manila and would have to stay in the hotel so i wanna use the oppurtunity while kids are in Manila to get things done if they could.
    2. My mom can understand and speak english but not fluently..can she request for a tagalog interview or an interpreter just in case? Mom is the kid's legal guardian? At the USEM interview. Yes.

    3. Am worried about kids being asked questions that are not easy for them to answer especially dates of events..my kids are only 12 and 8. Hard to say, what the CO will ask.

    4.My kids completed their medical exam and they both passed, some said the interview is just a formality..is this really true? In my option, no part of the process is a formality. Good Luck.
    Thanks again and God bless us all in our journey.

Edited by sjr09

'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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