Jump to content

Asor

Members
  • Content Count

    30
  • Joined

  • Last visited

1 Follower

About Asor

  • Rank
    Member
  • Member # 301042

Immigration Timeline & Photos

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. No. They were married in the Philippines. Yes he named as my father in my birth certificate. Thanks
  2. I was born in the Philippines to a US Citizen father. My father petitioned me via I-130 form and moved to the US last year. I am 23 y/o and a green card holder. Am I still eligible to apply for N-600? Thanks in advance 😇
  3. nope i get it, but i forgot to put in philippines. my brother was born in philippines, it is still the same answer or process that you have explained? Thank you very much.
  4. My father was born in the philippines, he became a citizen because of his father. He lives in US of more than 25 years and yes he lives in US before my brother was born in philippines.  Apologize for confusing 😇 Thank you all for your help and time. 
  5. My father was born in the philippines, he became a citizen because of his father. He lives in US of more than 25years and yes he lives in US before my brother was born. Apologize for confusing 😇 Thank you all for your help and time.
  6. Sorry for the wrong term, I mean for not in good terms is how they file for them especially to my brother. Apologize 😇 He became a US Citizen thru his father. My father was a citizen since from 1970 to 80's and his age was 46 years old. And our father was a citizen when my brother was born in the Philippines.
  7. My fellow parents are not in good terms, but they are married in the Philippines and before they get married my father is a US Citizen. Now my mother has read thru online that she could get a passport for my brother in the philippine without my father just need a copy and a notarized passport, W-II and fill in a form (i don't know what kind of form) from our father, Is this true? But my dad would like to file an Form I-130 for both of them here. What's more ok to do and fastest? Thank you very much in advance.
  8. Yes, my father is a citizen and my parents married when my brother was born. And my parents married at philippines. My mother wants to get my father's photocopied and notarised passport, W-II and fill in a form (i don't know what kind of form) And she submit in the US Embassy(Philippines) to get a US Passport for my brother, Is it possible? Thank you
  9. My father is a citizen of Us, I am the first petition of my father and now we want to get my brother and mother. my mother and father are married. what is the faster process to get them? File a I-130 for them? Thanks
  10. he's with our mother in the Philippines. can we get them together or file a petition with our father?
  11. My dad is a US Citizen and we want to get my brother in the Philippines, he's 13 years old. What is the faster process to get him? Thanks in advance.
  12. Hi, Thank you. how, I mean can you please explain to me? What to do or what is needed? What should we do, to get married in Philippines and process her papers then wait approximately about 2 years or getting married in Hong Kong? Just to clarify. Thank, Thank you very much ..
×