Two Things You Can Do For Your Filipina Fiancee’


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Author: V. Reekay

About Me.. In 2011 I made the decision to move to the Philippines within a year. Since 2012 I’ve been traveling through various islands of the Philippines as a full-time Expat. (Mactan, Bohol, Panglao, Moalboal, Dumaguete, Bacong, Boracay, Cebu) I recently spent the year living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

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  2. Ne Neng had 4 government Ids before you ever set foot in the Philippines. We both have PH bank accounts and passports. I know a little about relationships I was married for 40 years and have been with Ne night and day for 3 years. A lot of things that are often said about Filipinas only apply to kids not more mature woman like Ne. She is a 46-year-old business owner with employees.

  3. It really is shocking how difficult Philippines makes it for people to get a government ID and be able to work.

    Especially for the province dwellers.

    The banks aren’t reliable. Their schedules and locations are atrocious- it requires long travel periods.

  4. Helping a Filipina get government ID and/or a passport is definitely a solid gesture.

    I had considered helping mine open up a Bank Account with PNB, but that proved difficult. I figured a joint account would make it easier to send her money without remittance fees.

    I think the way it was supposed to work is that if I have a PNB account here in America and she has a PNB account there, we can transfer for free from account to account.

    The passport fee is pretty high: one month’s salary for most of them. Her passport will allow her to come vacation with you or work outside the country.

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