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#1 majorsco

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Posted 23 February 2015 - 10:34 AM

Hello all,

 

I've been coming to the Philippines since 1998 and got married to my Filipina wife in 1999 in the US after bringing her to the US on a K-1 visa using information I got from being a member of the Mag Anak ListServe group, which I understand has morphed and changed into this forum.

 

I now live in the Philippines full time since I retired and have lived here for over three years.  My wife and I have two beautiful kids who are now attending school here in the Philippines and are enjoying life in the tropics instead of buried under feet of snow.

 

My wife and I, mostly her, have helped several people achieve their K-1 visa status and their subsequent marriages to Americans including two of our nieces with more in the the works.  

 

Well that's it.



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Posted 23 February 2015 - 01:47 PM

Mabuhay!

As a note, this forum is not an outgrowth of Mag Anak ListServ, although some of the people on that can be found here.

This forum has historically excelled at providing on-point immigration advice for those seeking it, IMO.


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#3 Mr. Lee

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Posted 23 February 2015 - 01:58 PM

majorsco, welcome aboard. Lots of great information on here and IMO the more the merrier providing helpful information to those who need it. 


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Posted 23 February 2015 - 03:24 PM

Majorsco,

 

The MAG-ANAK listserve is still alive and well with a significant number of listserve messaging on a daily basis.

 

--Ray Bacon

Hello all,

 

I've been coming to the Philippines since 1998 and got married to my Filipina wife in 1999 in the US after bringing her to the US on a K-1 visa using information I got from being a member of the Mag Anak ListServe group, which I understand has morphed and changed into this forum.

 

I now live in the Philippines full time since I retired and have lived here for over three years.  My wife and I have two beautiful kids who are now attending school here in the Philippines and are enjoying life in the tropics instead of buried under feet of snow.

 

My wife and I, mostly her, have helped several people achieve their K-1 visa status and their subsequent marriages to Americans including two of our nieces with more in the the works.  

 

Well that's it.



#5 majorsco

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Posted 24 February 2015 - 12:27 AM

Majorsco,

 

The MAG-ANAK listserve is still alive and well with a significant number of listserve messaging on a daily basis.

 

--Ray Bacon

Good to know.  My wife told me of the evolutions.  I had dropped off the listserv probably 12 or so years ago.  With the advent of forum technologies, I was unaware that listservs were still around.

 

Thanks






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