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Old 6th October 2015, 03:39 AM
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Listen well, bairdlander : been there, done that... my letter of consent from the mother to travel with my 3 year old Canadian child born in the Philippines was NOT required to be notarized by Canada Immigration.. I was asked : Is she your grandaughter? (haha, I'm in my 70's) I answered, No, she is my daughter.. (the agent smiled) Ok, he said, go ahead.
Letter of consent was in handwriting, on cheap lined paper.. Hey, I was in the boonies.

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is your child better off with you than her? A child needs their mom too.

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I am married to a filipina living in Phillipines.Our child has citizenship and passport of my home country and I want him to come here,so no need for sponsorship,I just need permission from my wife.I have submitted sponsorship for my wife and her other child and am waiting for processing.Problem is her constant demands for money and constantly lying.I am having second thoughts of bringing her here.I want my child to be here while we wait for process,she refuses as she knows I will cut her monthly allowance I send her of 27,000peso,which is for her ,my child and a child she has from previous relationship.She pays no rent,lives in her family owned home.I know she is getting more than enough to live on.Her own siblings as well as parents advise me to lessen the amount.But my wife wont stop with the daily demands for money and inflating costs.I have been to Phillipines many many times and know costs of items.I cant take this anymore.How do I get my child here with me and end this?Can a lawyer in my own country do anything or do I need to hire a Phillipine lawyer.Do I need to get annulment to just get custody of my child??
you have no rights in pinas,only the mom.
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Listen well, bairdlander : been there, done that... my letter of consent from the mother to travel with my 3 year old Canadian child born in the Philippines was NOT required to be notarized by Canada Immigration.. I was asked : Is she your grandaughter? (haha, I'm in my 70's) I answered, No, she is my daughter.. (the agent smiled) Ok, he said, go ahead.
Letter of consent was in handwriting, on cheap lined paper.. Hey, I was in the boonies.
When was this? What year?

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I would go to the Philippines and return home with your son while the sponsorship for the wife and her child are still in process. They can follow, you can withdraw the sponsorship or stop sending money. Take time deciding your next move. Your son has the passport so I don't see why you cannot return with him.
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