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  1. Two sites I used: USCIS . gov and ph . usembassy . gov. Did all the paperwork myself (and it was correct), it was easy, just all the politics here in the United States over immigrations. Both sites give step by step.
  2. Olivia and I got married on 16 January 2017 in the Philippines. Had all of the paper work ready to go before that (USCIS also the U.S Embassy web site in Manila). She got approved and arrived at the end of September 2018. Got her Social Security Card within 10 days of arrival and Green Card within two weeks. But it took right at 20 months from the time we got married and submitted the paper work. Very long process.
  3. I asked Olivia when we met online if she was sending money to her family, Mom and Dad was my main concern. Her younger brother, younger sister with husband and son live with them. Older sister, daughter and granddaughter spend most of there time there. Olivia was sending about 5000 peso a month to them. I knew that I had to replace that amount per month, so I started sending $350 ((18000 peso) a month. At that time I asked Olivia to stop working so she could spend time with her family prior to coming to the United States. She did and I added another $250, making it $600 a month. The money was to pay the bills and put the rest in savings in case of emergency. A few months later a situation came up and extra money was need, I said use the money in the emergency saving, reply was we don't have any money in the emergency funds. I helped out, then told the wife that I would drop the money back down to $350 a month and that I would put the extra $250.00 in saving here. They have not asked for extra since then. The wife is with me now for over 4 months now. We have a nephew (13), 2 great nephews (6 and 6 months) and one great niece (5) I will help with school, I believe in education. I'm not book smart, but I do believe I'm street smart and have common sense. 2
  4. How hard is it to get some chemicals to spray for insects/bugs? I have some stuff here that will kill all insects/bugs, mix it with some water and spray. Kills all insects/bugs and no birds hang around because there is no food for them.
  5. Wife calls me Hubby and I call her Sweetie. Olivia has no kids and her sisters and brothers call me Ken and there kids call me Uncle Ken. She is adjusting very well here in the United States, except for the cold. She has made a few Filipino friends in our area.
  6. If her visa is not approved, then she is not approved to come to the USA. I just went through this with my wife. Submitted our paper work to USCIS on 24 January 2017 and the visa was approved on 17 September 2018. She was not authorized to travel until the visa was issued. In my case, I'm retired from the United States Navy. Once I got married I had my wife go to the VA in Manila and get a retired dependent ID card, then she was covered by TRICARE Standard (Insurance). Now if Bigmac has insurance from his company that he works for, they might cover his wife. If Bigmac wife was here in the USA then she would have her Social Security Card, then MEDICAID (only in USA) could help with medical bills for a low income family.
  7. Just looked at my wife's visa, it was issued on 17 September 2018 and expired on 4 December 2018. That is only 78 days, not sure how they came up with the expired date. She got her on 26 September 2018 and got Social Security Card and Green Card within two weeks of arrival.
  8. Correct me if I'm wrong, but if she has been approved to come to the USA, her visa has been approved and her 90 day counter has started.
  9. Bigmac when does your wife visa expire? I think my wife's expired 90 days after it was issued.
  10. Jacksonville, FL (December 10, 2014) – The Tim Tebow Foundation announced today that the Tebow CURE Hospital in Davao City, Philippines, has received its official operating license and opened its doors this week. The official grand opening will take place in the spring of 2015. However, in the meantime, the hospital is already addressing children with the most critical orthopedic needs who otherwise would not be able to afford treatment. The hospital, built in partnership with CURE International, is a five-story, 30 bed facility with 3 operating rooms specializing in pediatric orthopedic surgeries. Currently, 17 of the hospital’s 30 beds are available and a team of 54 devoted staff members are ready to provide care to the underserved children of the Philippines. “I was born in the Philippines while my parents served as missionaries, and I have always had a great love and passion for the Filipino people,” said Tim Tebow, Founder of the Tim Tebow Foundation. “It is so exciting to be able to provide healing and care for these incredibly deserving children halfway around the world.” The Tim Tebow Foundation announced their plans to build the Tebow CURE Hospital in 2011 during Tebow’s second season with the Denver Broncos. The project officially broke ground in January 2012 with construction being completed in September 2014. The hospital is now fully equipped and has received its official operating license from the Philippines Department of Health. The hospital will serve children with orthopedic conditions such as clubfoot, bowed legs, cleft palate and many other congenital limb abnormalities. Dale Brantner, President and CEO of CURE International shares, “The opening of the Tebow CURE Hospital is the fulfillment of long-held dreams and many prayers. We are excited to partner with the Tim Tebow Foundation to bring healing to the children of the Philippines in Jesus’ name.” The Tim Tebow Foundation exists to bring Faith, Hope and Love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need. That mission is being fulfilled everyday through the foundation’s five areas of outreach including Team Tebow, Timmy’s Playrooms, Orphan Care, W15H and the Tebow CURE Hospital. For more on the Tim Tebow Foundation, please visit www.timtebowfoundation.org. CURE International heals the sick and proclaims the Kingdom of God. It is the largest provider of reconstructive surgery to disabled children in the emerging world. Since opening the doors of its first surgical teaching hospital in Kijabe, Kenya, in 1998, CURE’s focus on bringing healing to developing nations has resulted in more than 2.4 million patient visits and over 167,000 surgeries to correct physically disabling conditions. CURE has also trained more than 7,200 medical professionals, raising the standard of care in the countries where it operates. Please visit http://cure.org for more information.
  11. The Tebow CURE Hospital, in partnership with CURE International, provides physical and spiritual healing to deserving children of the Philippines. This 30-bed hospital is located in Davao City on the island of Mindanao, Philippines. https://www.timtebowfoundation.org/tebow-cure-hopsital
  12. Just had a grandmother stab to death her 18 month old granddaughter in Mississippi, is the United States safe? Know your surroundings no matter where you are at.
  13. Has anyone had bank cards forwarded to them?
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