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Youngster

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  1. I bought a TCL 4k TV from Abensons, but not a fan of smart TVs. I brought over Amazon Firestick 4k and use that instead.
  2. I've been through both. Cebu traffic is not really that bad compared to Manila.
  3. I'm on Converge 25 mbps plan in Angeles. Per the contract signed two months ago, they guarantee lowly 30% of the plan speed, but I have been getting 25 mbps or slightly higher, this going through a VPN router.
  4. I got a secured credit card while opening dollar and peso savings accounts back in January, primarily to get the wife a supplementary card for her to use in emergency. Unfortunately, she's since encountered quite a few "emergencies" every month at various stores in the malls. Anyway, credit line was 80% of money held in a secured savings account, and no interest if paid in full by due date. In the Angeles City S&R recently, there were HSBC sales staff approaching customers to apply for their credit card. For foreigners, they do require 1) a PI government ID, like PI driver's license other than ACR card, 2) have to have had a "local" credit card as a primary holder for a year and 3) Visa and visa "number" which most of us don't have whether a tourist or balikbayan.
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    I'm also taking a small appliance back this month and will be using a step down converter. It shouldn't be a problem as long as the converter at least matches capacity load of your appliance.
  6. Sorry for the late response, we’ve been traveling the last few days. I understand the process now. Thanks all for the info.
  7. CENOMAR should indicate I am married. So I would just need to provide NSO with my divorce decree and I am free to marry?
  8. After reading through this post, I’m still not quite sure about the process. I married a Filipina in Manila some 30 years ago, and we divorced in the USA. I am now looking to marry my current filipina girlfriend in the Philippines. So do I need to file for recognition of divorce with the Philippines Court before I can remarry in the Philippines again, possibly having to wait up to 2 years? If so, are there any other options? Marry in Hong Kong? Do a K-1 VISA and marry in the USA/ I would appreciate any suggestions.
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