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  • #31
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Rough Neighbor:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by cell:
    Mabuhay mga kabayan ...sana tuloytuloy uli ito </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Hello, cell. Kamusta ka na? Long time no read. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Hi Rough Neighor... Mabuti naman sorry n***on ko lang nakita yung message mo. OO nga long time no read. Na pansin ko rin na nagpopost ka na uli buti naman nag laylow na yung mga makukulit.


    • #32
      Ok lang, cell. O kumusta na hinihintay? Nakakuha ka na ba ng mag-a-affidavit of support?


      • #33
        dto sa los angeles, ang hirap na mag-renew ng DL n***on kahit na may ss# ka. hinahanapan ka pa ng legal presence doc. lahat ng DL na na-issue before year 2000 w/ ss# pwede magrenew online tapos lahat ng DL na na-issue before year aug 2005 5years valid, after that pumirma ng bill si gov. arnold na DL expiration will be based sa validity ng legal presence doc. mo. so in other words, kahit may ss# pero kung ano ang nakala*** sa expiration ng workpermit mo or greencard, un din ang expiration ng DL mo. maximum 5years validity.

        pls help mga kabayan! Private message me!

        salamat ng marami!


        • #34
          Voices of Immigration

          Filipinos deserve better

          Steve Mozena - Carson, Calif.

          On May Day, millions of illegal immigrants held rallies and protests, as they did last year, claiming they deserve U.S. citizenship simply because of their presence here. I'm not convinced.

          I am far more concerned, especially as Memorial Day approaches, about the injustice suffered by Filipino veterans who fought for the United States during World War II and for their families.

          America should first pay its debts to those who have served the country. Many of those Filipino WWII veterans and their families live in poverty and would gladly take up jobs many Americans don't want.

          More than 200,000 Filipinos fought with the United States against the Japanese. They were promised all the benefits given to U.S. veterans. But in 1946, Congress passed the Rescission Act, denying Filipinos benefits promised on the basis of what Harry Truman deemed practical under the GI Bill of Rights. What shameful treatment!

          One of those veterans was my wife's father, the late Augustine Pedrita, who was never able to realize his great ambition to immigrate to America and become a U.S. citizen. Over the years, these Filipino veterans have acquired partial benefits from the U.S. government, but they are still not eligible for non-war related disability pensions.

          My wife is from the Philippines and is now a naturalized U.S. citizen. We are frustrated at the length of time it is taking for her to reunify her family in the USA. We feel that this is the least the U.S. government can do for us, since her father was a WWII veteran. Had Congress not passed that Rescission Act, Augustine Pedrita would have become a U.S. citizen and likely would have enjoyed a longer and happier life.


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