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Hello to everyone!!

I was Married with an American guy and we got civil Marriage here in caloocan city 2007. We were living together 21 days..

when he back to the US. our relation doesnt work very well we are always fighting and we never had change to see each other again..

2 yrs no cominication. Now im planning to get annulment .

Anybody who filled an annulment case in phil,, can u share with me..

I need some help someone give me some advice and recomment the lawyer i can trust.. smile

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hi there i am godsgift u can check my annulment time line on my about me page.. u can PM me....

good luck,

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May 9, 2017: N-400 packet was sent
May 15, 2017: NOA1 
June 05, 2017: Biometric Done
June 19, 2017: Case is in Line for an Interview
June 25, 2018: USCIS Scheduled an Interview
Aug. 02, 2018: Interview Date- APPROVED!
Aug. 09, 2018: Oath Ceremony

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Hello to everyone!!

I was Married with an American guy and we got civil Marriage here in caloocan city 2007. We were living together 21 days..

when he back to the US. our relation doesnt work very well we are always fighting and we never had change to see each other again..

2 yrs no cominication. Now im planning to get annulment .

Anybody who filled an annulment case in phil,, can u share with me..

I need some help someone give me some advice and recomment the lawyer i can trust.. smile

Hi there to you just read your topics in here. I've been annulled since 2009. Finished it for almost 8 months without hassle. Sometimes its hard to talk to a lawyer directly specially if you don't know somebody. Im from Cainta but I've done my annulment at Pasay City kse mbilis don. And I am thankful that there is somebody I met there that working mismo sa court so I never had a problem at all. Right now, my sister is starting her annulment too with the same court branch. Wla kanang problem kse sila na ang magha2nap ng lawyer and psychiatrist mo. The only thing you have to do is wait for the 4 appearances on the court....I mean you can go once nman if you want on the final court day lng.

That's all I can help to you and I hope that this will give you relief.. God Bless!

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hi sistah!! glad ur back on the track too!!! :thumbs:

see yah around,

godsgift :star:

Hi there to you just read your topics in here. I've been annulled since 2009. Finished it for almost 8 months without hassle. Sometimes its hard to talk to a lawyer directly specially if you don't know somebody. Im from Cainta but I've done my annulment at Pasay City kse mbilis don. And I am thankful that there is somebody I met there that working mismo sa court so I never had a problem at all. Right now, my sister is starting her annulment too with the same court branch. Wla kanang problem kse sila na ang magha2nap ng lawyer and psychiatrist mo. The only thing you have to do is wait for the 4 appearances on the court....I mean you can go once nman if you want on the final court day lng.

That's all I can help to you and I hope that this will give you relief.. God Bless!


N-400:
May 9, 2017: N-400 packet was sent
May 15, 2017: NOA1 
June 05, 2017: Biometric Done
June 19, 2017: Case is in Line for an Interview
June 25, 2018: USCIS Scheduled an Interview
Aug. 02, 2018: Interview Date- APPROVED!
Aug. 09, 2018: Oath Ceremony

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hi sistah!! glad ur back on the track too!!! :thumbs:

see yah around,

godsgift :star:

Hi there to you just read your topics in here. I've been annulled since 2009. Finished it for almost 8 months without hassle. Sometimes its hard to talk to a lawyer directly specially if you don't know somebody. Im from Cainta but I've done my annulment at Pasay City kse mbilis don. And I am thankful that there is somebody I met there that working mismo sa court so I never had a problem at all. Right now, my sister is starting her annulment too with the same court branch. Wla kanang problem kse sila na ang magha2nap ng lawyer and psychiatrist mo. The only thing you have to do is wait for the 4 appearances on the court....I mean you can go once nman if you want on the final court day lng.

That's all I can help to you and I hope that this will give you relief.. God Bless!

Are you comfortable to mention the cost for the whole process sis?

I have to tell my friend about this too.


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06-11-19- NOA1

02-19-20- "Initial Review, Transferred to another Visa Center"

03-11-20- APPROVED!!!

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Are you comfortable to mention the cost for the whole process sis?

I have to tell my friend about this too.

hallloooo perge!! mine is 170k... its a friendly price pa hehehe... pero usual ng lawyer ko is 200k....

godsgift :star:


N-400:
May 9, 2017: N-400 packet was sent
May 15, 2017: NOA1 
June 05, 2017: Biometric Done
June 19, 2017: Case is in Line for an Interview
June 25, 2018: USCIS Scheduled an Interview
Aug. 02, 2018: Interview Date- APPROVED!
Aug. 09, 2018: Oath Ceremony

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I read you post here my girl (fiancee) granted her annulment just 4 months It was March 2006..with out including her property that was pretty fast.. She did not include all her property in her petition which is conjugal..and she don't have a kids from her x husband.

Well I guess you grounds is strong if you don't have communication for that long with your husband..and as you says you and your husband often argue and fight was it right? It will be a good grounds to grant your annulment..You will have the test...Psychological test which according to my girl it is like 3-5 hours test..you will have to answer a lot of question that make you confuse..wow that was crazy when she told me the stories about the processing of annulment in Philippines...and you will need to get 2 common friends to give the testimony about your relatioship with your husband they will need to attend the court hearing...My fiancee just attended once for Oral deposition as she is working overseas can't come home often to attend the hearing...She spent 120,000 for everything..except other payment for going to NSO.,,but that was not cost a lot I guess..I hope you that will get you more idea.

YOu talk to the lawyer better..they know it.

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Filed Petition for my Mom

2/29/2020 Filed online I-130 form and payment  

3/2/2020 Check Cleared 

3/10/2020 NOA1 Under Review and processing 

5/04/2020 Notice of approval  

5/18/2020 AOS Filling fees and IV Filling fee check cleared 

12/9/2020 Email from NVC received all fees form document that required prior to attending interview  

05/24/2021 Received mail interivew schedule June 24, 2021 @10:30 am (Cancelled) due to a long quarantine decided to cancelled

11/22/2021 Case Transfer from HK US Consulate to USEmbassy Manila

05/23/2022 --Interview schedule Finally got the slot! US Embassy Manila @7:30 am

 

 

 

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Technically the annulment has to be filed either in the city where you reside or the city where you were married.

Commonly it runs for 18 to 24 months, depending on whether or not the other spouse files counter-affidavits throughout the annulment process (in my case, my former spouse didn't put up a fight, so my case took about 20 months --- court gets tricky when the holiday months roll around, namely from November to January, so expect some delays/slow downs during those months). (I also hear it is shorter in some regional trial courts outside Metro Manila, however, I would be wary of lawyers who claim they can do it in less than 18 months...if you want to do this, you want to do it right --- at least that is my opinion) Once the process is complete, the case is forwarded to the Office of the Solicitor General, where they wait and see if the either party will contest the decision or not. From there the annulment becomes finalized and you need to get your NSO Marriage Certificate annotated. From there you will be considered free to marry.

You can PM me for the contact details of my lawyers...I filed back in 2004, and it was final in 2005...all in all I spent close to Php 200,000 (lawyers fees + psychiatric report + administrative costs + transportation fees + lawyer's appearance fees)...the annulment case was filed under the grounds of psychiatric incapacity against my spouse.

Your case may be different, so you would want to get the best advice possible before starting.

Kaye

Hello to everyone!!

I was Married with an American guy and we got civil Marriage here in caloocan city 2007. We were living together 21 days..

when he back to the US. our relation doesnt work very well we are always fighting and we never had change to see each other again..

2 yrs no cominication. Now im planning to get annulment .

Anybody who filled an annulment case in phil,, can u share with me..

I need some help someone give me some advice and recomment the lawyer i can trust.. smile


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N-400 Timeline

02-23-2018: Sent N-400 Application online

02-23-2018: Date on NOA, retrieved from online account

02-23-2018: Date on Biometrics Appointment Letter (Biometrics Appointment at Jacksonville ASC on March 13, 10:00 a.m.)

03-08-2018: Biometrics complete

04-05-2018: Case status updated - Interview Scheduled on May 10, 2018, 10:15 a.m. :D

05-10-2018: Citizenship Interview - Passed English and Civics Tests, Recommended for Approval! :D 

06-19-2018: Received email and text notification: Naturalization Ceremony Scheduled; waited for letter to be uploaded on online account - it has been set on Wednesday, July 25, 3:00 p.m.

07-25-2018: I am now a U.S. Citizen!

 

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