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#1 mommytojaden

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 06:41 AM

I went to the Bureau of Immigration today here in cdo to apply for my son's exit permit...

My son was born here in PI, he has US passport and Phil. Passport ,

the officer told me that i don't have to apply for his exit permit, I will just show both his passport when leaving at the airport in manila...

I just want to share this information to everyone!!! laugh.gif
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Posted 13 March 2009 - 11:18 AM

QUOTE (mommytojaden @ Mar 11 2009, 06:41 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I went to the Bureau of Immigration today here in cdo to apply for my son's exit permit...

My son was born here in PI, he has US passport and Phil. Passport ,

the officer told me that i don't have to apply for his exit permit, I will just show both his passport when leaving at the airport in manila...

I just want to share this information to everyone!!! laugh.gif


Really mamirubs?! wow, good for you! i just got my baby's exit permit two days ago. She doesn't have Philipinne passport. We paid P1,200 for exit clearance.
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Posted 13 March 2009 - 11:01 PM

yes its really true!
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Posted 20 March 2009 - 07:39 PM

congrats! thats interesting! did you apply for his phil passport before the crba? just wondering how did he get his passport, unless u applied dual citizenship after crba. pls share rubs..maybe that can help others who will give birth in the phil with american father/mother. and yes, you dont need exit clearance if he has already a philippines passport..
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Posted 21 March 2009 - 12:36 AM

QUOTE (gen @ Mar 20 2009, 11:39 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
congrats! thats interesting! did you apply for his phil passport before the crba? just wondering how did he get his passport, unless u applied dual citizenship after crba. pls share rubs..maybe that can help others who will give birth in the phil with american father/mother. and yes, you dont need exit clearance if he has already a philippines passport..



hi gen! i did the crba first last year, then last month i applied for his Phil. passport because one of the member here told me about it. i submitted his BC, a copy of his US passport at DFA and they processed my son's paper's like any other applicants, they never mentioned about dual citizenship.
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Posted 21 March 2009 - 02:03 AM

QUOTE (mommytojaden @ Mar 21 2009, 01:36 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
hi gen! i did the crba first last year, then last month i applied for his Phil. passport because one of the member here told me about it. i submitted his BC, a copy of his US passport at DFA and they processed my son's paper's like any other applicants, they never mentioned about dual citizenship.



i see! thats good! i missed it..anyway i might go home this coming december and ill try to apply for her passport. thanks girl!ohh by the way happy trip!
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Posted 21 March 2009 - 05:06 PM

QUOTE (gen @ Mar 20 2009, 03:39 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
congrats! thats interesting! did you apply for his phil passport before the crba? just wondering how did he get his passport, unless u applied dual citizenship after crba. pls share rubs..maybe that can help others who will give birth in the phil with american father/mother. and yes, you dont need exit clearance if he has already a philippines passport..


A child born to a Filipina and an American does not need to 'apply' for dual citizenship, it is automatic. Only documents to show the citizenship (passports, CRBA) need to be applied for. This is true no matter where the child is born also (whether it be the Philippines, America or anywhere else). The Philippines recognizes any child born with at least one Filipino parent as being a Philippine Citizen, and the U.S. currently recognizes any child born with at least one American parent as an American citizen (but requires CRBA to be filed before the child turns 18 in order to document it). The child can get both an American and a U.S. passport. There just has to be a birth report made to the consulate of the country the child was not born in (US Embassy if born in the Philippiines, Philippine Consulate if born in the U.S.A.).

This is different then a Philippine national that naturalizes in the U.S. (or another country). A Philippine national that naturalizes in another country will generally need to 'reaquire' Philippine citizenship by filing some papers.

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Posted 21 March 2009 - 09:48 PM

QUOTE (MrkGrismer @ Mar 21 2009, 06:06 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
A child born to a Filipina and an American does not need to 'apply' for dual citizenship, it is automatic. Only documents to show the citizenship (passports, CRBA) need to be applied for. This is true no matter where the child is born also (whether it be the Philippines, America or anywhere else). The Philippines recognizes any child born with at least one Filipino parent as being a Philippine Citizen, and the U.S. currently recognizes any child born with at least one American parent as an American citizen (but requires CRBA to be filed before the child turns 18 in order to document it). The child can get both an American and a U.S. passport. There just has to be a birth report made to the consulate of the country the child was not born in (US Embassy if born in the Philippiines, Philippine Consulate if born in the U.S.A.).

This is different then a Philippine national that naturalizes in the U.S. (or another country). A Philippine national that naturalizes in another country will generally need to 'reaquire' Philippine citizenship by filing some papers.


i was told by an officer when i got the clearance exit for my daughter that i will apply for her dual citizenship after. we were about to leave the phil that time and didnt clarify it right away. im thankful i get the infos right here.i really thought that i need to apply for her dual citizenship. i should have known earlier. instead of applying for exit clearance and paying more than 1000pesos we just applied for her phil passport. when i receved her crba certificate and paspport, there is a short note with it and it says we need to apply exit clearance for her before leaving the country.

Edited by gen, 21 March 2009 - 10:00 PM.

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Posted 21 March 2009 - 10:55 PM

QUOTE (mommytojaden @ Mar 11 2009, 01:41 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I went to the Bureau of Immigration today here in cdo to apply for my son's exit permit...

My son was born here in PI, he has US passport and Phil. Passport ,

the officer told me that i don't have to apply for his exit permit, I will just show both his passport when leaving at the airport in manila...

I just want to share this information to everyone!!! laugh.gif
I sent you a message back in mid Feb that we went to the bureau of imig to get our daughters permit. that you only need the PR passport that you dont need the permit we had to because didnt have a PR passport, she only has a USA passport. I guess you missunderstood. I was trying to let you know to save you the trip to IM Bureau.

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 12:17 AM

QUOTE (arnie&maricel @ Mar 21 2009, 02:55 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I sent you a message back in mid Feb that we went to the bureau of imig to get our daughters permit. that you only need the PR passport that you dont need the permit we had to because didnt have a PR passport, she only has a USA passport. I guess you missunderstood. I was trying to let you know to save you the trip to IM Bureau.



thats what i did, i just want to make sure anyways our BI here is very near no worries

thanks!

Edited by mommytojaden, 22 March 2009 - 12:19 AM.

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 04:43 PM

QUOTE (gen @ Mar 21 2009, 05:48 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
i was told by an officer when i got the clearance exit for my daughter that i will apply for her dual citizenship after. we were about to leave the phil that time and didnt clarify it right away. im thankful i get the infos right here.i really thought that i need to apply for her dual citizenship. i should have known earlier. instead of applying for exit clearance and paying more than 1000pesos we just applied for her phil passport. when i receved her crba certificate and paspport, there is a short note with it and it says we need to apply exit clearance for her before leaving the country.


It appears that what various 'officers' know about the requirements vary as much as the officers themselves wink.gif I can't even fully fault the officers since it seems evem DSWD doesn't know what there own requiements are most of the time. ohmy.gif

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