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~~Moved to the  Regional forum, from K1 P&P - This is a country specific question~~

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5 minutes ago, Tekana said:

Do we still have to report our marriage in the Philippine Embassy if we got married here in the US? 

You are supposed to, if you delay 1 year or more you have to provide an explanation why. In the greater scheme of things living here it does not matter.


 

 

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4 minutes ago, Randyandyuni said:

You are supposed to, if you delay 1 year or more you have to provide an explanation why. In the greater scheme of things living here it does not matter.

Thanks for the info 

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23 minutes ago, Christana said:

Do we still have to report our marriage in the Philippine Embassy if we got married here in the US? 

At the PI consulate in Houston 


YMMV

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27 minutes ago, Christana said:

Do we still have to report our marriage in the Philippine Embassy if we got married here in the US? 

Only if you want to, not required.  If you want to keep things up to date in the Philippines .. then yes complete ROM

 

Most obvious reason to complete ROM would be getting the Philippine passport in your married name.   If you have kids in your future you will want ROM completed before that, makes filing ROB go smoother.


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6 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

Only if you want to, not required.  If you want to keep things up to date in the Philippines .. then yes complete ROM

 

Most obvious reason to complete ROM would be getting the Philippine passport in your married name.   If you have kids in your future you will want ROM completed before that, makes filing ROB go smoother.

Thanks a lot.

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