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October 11, 2013
A NOTE to people making their “own” guides. Please do not lift directly from the posts I’ve written, whether originally written posts from forums that I belong to or posts from my website/blog. Please have some decency and courtesy to cite your sources and link back. It’s funny when you include my original comments too, like “IKR” and “I know… I know”. I spent a lot of time writing these and have cited my sources — Official .Gov Websites, and my own experience (since I, myself, went through every single process on here.)
Please do your part.
I’ve tried my best to spare you all from the mumbo jumbo. I know it’s quite long, but everything’s written in layman’s terms and should be easy to understand. (I hope.)
To Spelling/Grammar Nazis, please forgive me. Sometimes, I just forget to proof-read. I’m not a professional writer / blogger nor do I claim to be a “writer”. I just like to write and get my point across. If you find mistakes/misspellings/outdated information, please contact me. I will correct them as soon as possible. I come in peace.
March 28, 2016
If you’re a Filipino Citizen residing in the United States, the Philippine Embassy and Consulates in the U.S. conduct annual Consular Outreaches in select cities in order to provide consular services such as passport renewal, civil registry (Report of Marriage, Report of Birth Abroad), and re-acquisition of Philippine Citizenship among other things.
January 31, 2016
Earlier this month, January 3rd to be exact, USCIS has sent me a notice through mail that I needed to file our Joint I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence.
As what I have mentioned before, we successful 2-year Permanent Resident Card / Green Card Holders (Adjusted from K1 Visa), are required to lift this 2-year condition on our residence by proving that we entered the marriage in good faith by filing a joint I-751 with our spouse.
December 31, 2015
2015 was rather a really busy year for the Presson household. It was mostly a year focused on work for both Scruffy and I, just a little bit of fun and travel in between.
August 25, 2015
As previously mentioned in my other blog entry, 2015 Philippine Consulate General in Chicago – Consular Outreach in Minnesota (Part I), This blog post is Part II of the Consular Outreach in Maplewood, Minnesota that happened on August 8th, 2015.
August 6, 2015
The Philippine Consulate General of Chicago is holding a Consular Outreach in Maplewood, Minnesota on Saturday, August 8th 2015. They will be accepting walk-in applicants at 3pm.
June 30, 2015
First of all, I’d like to thank you all, dear readers of this blog, for trusting MrsPresson.com and making it your primary source for your I-129F Petition, K1 Visa, and AOS information. MrsPresson.com now has 600,000+ pageviews, with users mostly coming from Organic Search (YAY SEO efforts!), and Direct acquisition mostly from loyal blog readers. […]
May 18, 2015
The Philippine National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has updated their procedures for acquisition of NBI Clearances in the Philippines. NBI has fully implemented the online registration, electronic payments / over-the-counter (OTC) payments and appointment system for NBI Clearance applicants.
April 30, 2015
This couple are teenage sweethearts, and I have been (still am) a witness to their love story! <3
March 15, 2015
If you’re a Filipino Citizen residing in the United States, the Philippine Embassy and Consulates in the U.S. conduct annual Consular Outreaches in select cities in order to provide consular services such as passport renewal, civil registry (Report of Marriage, Report of Birth Abroad), re-acquisition of Philippine Citizenship and overseas absentee voting registration among other things.