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My mom was married in Philippines but we find out he is married before, I wonder how to get the marriage invalid because my mom wants no attachment to him anymore while she stay here in America with me ( I petition my mom and I put married on her paper because I know they are married)

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39 minutes ago, confusing said:

My mom was married in Philippines but we find out he is married before, I wonder how to get the marriage invalid because my mom wants no attachment to him anymore while she stay here in America with me ( I petition my mom and I put married on her paper because I know they are married)

Well if your mom wants a divorce, then she should formalise it. Then during NVC process, she can submit that she got divorce and submit documents as required. 

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1 hour ago, zaback21 said:

Well if your mom wants a divorce, then she should formalise it. Then during NVC process, she can submit that she got divorce and submit documents as required. 

There is no divorce in the PH. Only annulments. And they are expensive and take years to finalize. 

 

Does her being married affect her petition application? 

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2 hours ago, confusing said:

My mom was married in Philippines but we find out he is married before, I wonder how to get the marriage invalid because my mom wants no attachment to him anymore while she stay here in America with me ( I petition my mom and I put married on her paper because I know they are married)

For this you will need an attorney ... fraud is grounds for annulment in the Phils.

 

 

 

 

16 minutes ago, user555 said:

There is no divorce in the PH. Only annulments. And they are expensive and take years to finalize. 

 

Does her being married affect her petition application? 

Once in the USA your mom could proceed with a divorce, it would not be recognized in the Philippines as neither party is a foreigner, but for the rest of the world it is accepted.

 

This "fact about the fraudulent marriage" will not affect your petition for your mother.


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17 hours ago, confusing said:

My mom was married in Philippines but we find out he is married before, I wonder how to get the marriage invalid because my mom wants no attachment to him anymore while she stay here in America with me ( I petition my mom and I put married on her paper because I know they are married)

Some random thoughts - as i understand, your mom's husband (probably, ur dad🙄), has a pre-existing marriage, registered with the PSA (NSO), before he and ur mom got married. 

 

FIRST, the marriage is null and void - that is bigamous marriage. And, you need an attorney for that - a good one 🤣. Your lawyer may file d case before the RTC where ur mom resides. It may take 3 years before the judge renders decision. There is no reason for ur case not to win, supposedly.

 

SECOND, an important question is its effect on her petition (but as said in d previous comment) it does not have any effect on the petition. A DNA aftrall, will be required by the embassy aftr the interview. 

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7 hours ago, dom_lawrence said:

Some random thoughts - as i understand, your mom's husband (probably, ur dad🙄), has a pre-existing marriage, registered with the PSA (NSO), before he and ur mom got married. 

Really?  Why would you assume that is her dad?  That seems like a ridiculous comment to make.  Even old people can marry more than once.  


PHILIPPINES ONLY!!!  CFO (Commission on Filipinos Overseas) INFO - Can't leave home without it!

 

PDOS (Pre-Departure Registration and Orientation Seminar) is for ages 20-59.  Peer Counseling is for 13-19 years of age.

It is required to have the visa in their passport for PDOS and Peer Counseling.

 

GCP (Guidance and Counseling Program) is for K-1 Fiancee and IR/CR-1 spouse ONLY.   These are the only ones that can attend the seminar without their visa.

 

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1 hour ago, John & Rose said:

Really?  Why would you assume that is her dad?  That seems like a ridiculous comment to make.  Even old people can marry more than once.  

 

... yes we can!  :lol:  


Hank

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1 hour ago, John & Rose said:

Really?  Why would you assume that is her dad?  That seems like a ridiculous comment to make.  Even old people can marry more than once.  

Thank God for us)))))))


Not a newbie but lost my old info years ago) I have been through this process before --all the way through naturalization-- This site has always been a great help to me. 

 

 

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Just now, boris64 said:

Thank God for us)))))))

Us old people just wanted to practice before the big game!


PHILIPPINES ONLY!!!  CFO (Commission on Filipinos Overseas) INFO - Can't leave home without it!

 

PDOS (Pre-Departure Registration and Orientation Seminar) is for ages 20-59.  Peer Counseling is for 13-19 years of age.

It is required to have the visa in their passport for PDOS and Peer Counseling.

 

GCP (Guidance and Counseling Program) is for K-1 Fiancee and IR/CR-1 spouse ONLY.   These are the only ones that can attend the seminar without their visa.

 

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Thank you all for your answer I appreciate it. And no he is not my father. And I just want to help my mom since she really want to have it voided to be official. I would never bad mouth him because he cannot defend himself but I can say he is abusive to my mom but love is blind and now she finally see it ( hopefully cross my finger), she is scared to do it while she is in the Philippines, right now she is with me here in the USA. Is there a way we can do it without her going back home? 

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2 minutes ago, confusing said:

Thank you all for your answer I appreciate it. And no he is not my father. And I just want to help my mom since she really want to have it voided to be official. I would never bad mouth him because he cannot defend himself but I can say he is abusive to my mom but love is blind and now she finally see it ( hopefully cross my finger), she is scared to do it while she is in the Philippines, right now she is with me here in the USA. Is there a way we can do it without her going back home? 

She can file for divorce in the US.  The divorce will be recognized everywhere in the world except the Philippines.  

The only way to get an annulment that is recognized in the Philippines is to file for it there.  

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1 hour ago, confusing said:

Thank you all for your answer I appreciate it. And no he is not my father. And I just want to help my mom since she really want to have it voided to be official. I would never bad mouth him because he cannot defend himself but I can say he is abusive to my mom but love is blind and now she finally see it ( hopefully cross my finger), she is scared to do it while she is in the Philippines, right now she is with me here in the USA. Is there a way we can do it without her going back home? 

She would need to meet with a good attorney, but she does not need to be there for most everything after that.    

 

Do she have a good friend that could keep a handle on things for her there?


Hank

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20 hours ago, Hank_ said:

She would need to meet with a good attorney, but she does not need to be there for most everything after that.    

 

Do she have a good friend that could keep a handle on things for her there?

You guys are awesome thank you so much! I talk to my nephew and he will ask the attorney on how will the process gonna be and how much it will cost, hopefully if just the invalid marriage will be cheaper ( crossing finger) And hopefully possible for her to be here while it was in the process.

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On 11/4/2019 at 9:35 AM, Hank_ said:

 

... yes we can!  :lol:  

And how!!!!!!!!! 🤣



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USCIS is like a box of chocolates, you never know what kind of answer you are going to get!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


                                                             

 

 

 

 

 

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