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#1 OFFLINE   United Army

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Posted 20 April 2010 - 02:52 AM

Can't find a section to post this subject in, so will try this section. Has any retired military members got their wife a Military ID card at the U.S. Embassy in Manilia? I have an apt in mid June to get my wife her dependent ID card.Just curious....



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Posted 21 April 2010 - 05:38 PM

Can't find a section to post this subject in, so will try this section. Has any retired military members got their wife a Military ID card at the U.S. Embassy in Manilia? I have an apt in mid June to get my wife her dependent ID card.Just curious....

Hey Doc,I believe Pinoy Art has some information regarding issuance of US military ID cards. There isan office in Angeles City (Luzon) where service is provided for military retirees and their family. Hopefully there is one somewhere in Visayan Island group.Good luck HMC -- Jake
 

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 04:22 AM

Can't find a section to post this subject in, so will try this section.Has any retired military members got their wife a Military ID card at the U.S. Embassy in Manilia? I have an apt in mid June to get my wife her dependent ID card.Just curious....

Hey Doc,I believe Pinoy Art has some information regarding issuance of US military ID cards. There isan office in Angeles City (Luzon) where service is provided for military retirees and their family. Hopefully there is one somewhere in Visayan Island group.Good luck HMC -- Jake

Hello Doc Jake.....do you have a contact number by chance?>>>>

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 05:30 AM

Can't find a section to post this subject in, so will try this section.Has any retired military members got their wife a Military ID card at the U.S. Embassy in Manilia? I have an apt in mid June to get my wife her dependent ID card.Just curious....

Hey Doc,I believe Pinoy Art has some information regarding issuance of US military ID cards. There isan office in Angeles City (Luzon) where service is provided for military retirees and their family. Hopefully there is one somewhere in Visayan Island group.Good luck HMC -- Jake

Hello Doc Jake.....do you have a contact number by chance?>>>>

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 10:29 AM

Can't find a section to post this subject in, so will try this section.Has any retired military members got their wife a Military ID card at the U.S. Embassy in Manilia? I have an apt in mid June to get my wife her dependent ID card.Just curious....

Hey Doc,I believe Pinoy Art has some information regarding issuance of US military ID cards. There isan office in Angeles City (Luzon) where service is provided for military retirees and their family. Hopefully there is one somewhere in Visayan Island group.Good luck HMC -- Jake

Hello Doc Jake.....do you have a contact number by chance?>>>>

Dont forget that I have added the invite to topic feature at the top of the page,just click it and put in Pinoy Art and it will invite him to this topic automatically.

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 10:39 AM

Can't find a section to post this subject in, so will try this section. Has any retired military members got their wife a Military ID card at the U.S. Embassy in Manilia? I have an apt in mid June to get my wife her dependent ID card.Just curious....

Hey Doc,OK, Pinoy Art was kind enough to provide the below website -- good luck!http://www2.mozcom.c...br/raonews1.htm
 

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 10:41 AM

Marko, You'll find a lot of U.S. Military benefits information at this website.Contact numbers and email address are at the bottom of the RAO Newsletter I and Military I.D. requirements are here too: http://www2.mozcom.c...br/raonews1.htmHome Page: http://www2.mozcom.com/~rao_cabr/Art

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Posted 24 April 2010 - 12:09 AM

Marko, You'll find a lot of U.S. Military benefits information at this website.Contact numbers and email address are at the bottom of the RAO Newsletter I and Military I.D. requirements are here too: http://www2.mozcom.c...br/raonews1.htmHome Page: http://www2.mozcom.com/~rao_cabr/Art

Thanks for the info...

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Posted 27 April 2010 - 12:57 AM

Marko, You'll find a lot of U.S. Military benefits information at this website.Contact numbers and email address are at the bottom of the RAO Newsletter I and Military I.D. requirements are here too: http://www2.mozcom.c...br/raonews1.htmHome Page: http://www2.mozcom.com/~rao_cabr/Art

Thanks for the info...

If your wife does not have a SS# or a ITIN # they still can get a Military ID Card, they will give her a temporary number for it. I got this info from the US Embassy in Manila where they issued ID Cards.

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Posted 23 June 2010 - 09:39 PM

Me and my wife went up to Manila yesterday and she got her Military ID card. Some things to know before you go up there for this. When you make an apt, the lady will tell you that no documentation is needed, all you have to do is swear that she is your wife. This seem somewhat odd to me, so I took some documents along just in case. You should bring your marriage contract, which the clerk wanted, I also took along her birth certificate but it was not needed. If you have a child who is under 10 years old, all you need is her birth certificate and she can be entered into the DEERS, no ID card will be issued, not until she turns 10 years old. And my wife's ID card expires in 4 years, why I have no idea.. And bring at least 2 picture IDs of your wife: passport, voter ID, SSS card, driver license any two of these will do fine, the clerk will need them. And you will also have to leave a ID with the guard one for each of you, so you each can get a pass to enter the Embassy and if you have cell phones you will also need a ID, just one, either yours or wife's to leave with your cell phones since they cannot be brought on the grounds of the Embassy. So to play it safe bring all picture IDs you have when you visit the US Embassy.I'm will also be posting a thread abut taxis from the airport to the Embassy, should read that also before you go.





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