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Hey everyone! Here in the Philippines, I heard that a parental consent/ advise is needed when you are below 25yrs old and above 21 yrs old. My fiance (petitioner) is 25 and I'm 23. Do I really need to acquire one? The problem is, I don't live with my parents. They're residing in Japan. So I have no idea how to ask it from them. Can another relative do it for me instead? And my fiance doesn't need a consent, right? Thanks so much guys! :)


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Hi! I believe the CFO would require you to obtain parents' consent if you are 25 below. But in interview you should be fine. You're already in the legal age. :)

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Hi! I believe the CFO would require you to obtain parents' consent if you are 25 below. But in interview you should be fine. You're already in the legal age. smile.png

God bless!

I believe a consent is required when you're just above 18 and below 21, right? I read in some posts that a parental advise should be enough for anyone who is 21 above. Maybe a consent is still better?


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Hey everyone! Here in the Philippines, I heard that a parental consent/ advise is needed when you are below 25yrs old and above 21 yrs old. My fiance (petitioner) is 25 and I'm 23. Do I really need to acquire one? The problem is, I don't live with my parents. They're residing in Japan. So I have no idea how to ask it from them. Can another relative do it for me instead? And my fiance doesn't need a consent, right? Thanks so much guys! smile.png

1. Since you are 23 years old, the CFO could require you to submit a parental advice form.

2. You can send your parents a parental advice form, have them get it notarized, and have them send it back to you.

3. If your parents will not sign the parental advice form, your lawyer can legally arrange for one of your relatives to have the power of attorney over you. Then your relative who has the power of attorney over you can sign the parental advice form.

4. Your fiancé (the petitioner) does not need to submit a parental advice form.


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