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abandonment for 15 years

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1 abandonment for 15 years on Fri Jul 08, 2011 5:54 pm


Arresto Menor
ano pwede ko ikaso sa father ko? we don't know where he is right now.. some say na nasa dubai, some say nasa abu dhabi.. he was an iglesia ni cristo but converted into muslim, he changed his name, we totally don't know where he is. nag stop ang support nya when i was 15, but now i'm 31, hindi nman yata na ako pwde maghabol ng sustento sa kanya since ndi na kmi minors.. and saan ako pwde humingi ng tulong pra mapadeport nmin sya, if ever na mkita nmin sya pwde bang anak ang magdemanda sa father since meron na syang ibang family? may other bf n kc din ang mother ko

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2 Re: abandonment for 15 years on Fri Jul 08, 2011 6:28 pm

i don't know what will be your ground for deportation. why are you persistent in deporting your own father in the first place?

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3 Re: abandonment for 15 years on Sun Mar 11, 2012 8:33 am


Arresto Menor
Good day!
How are you?
I just read the discussion you had with the subject above.
I am an illegitimate child and my father went to US on Dec 2004 through Lola's petition.
Around November 2006, he stop supporting us and stopped communicating with us.
His parents used to hang up on us whenever we try to call them.
I went to my half-sister last year and gave me a false hope that they will help us and give us the new contact number of our father.
And just this morning when I rang them, she told me that she does not want to give Papa's number to us and that Lola does not allow/want Papa to communicate with us anymore. I said I'm Papa's child as well but they stood their ground that they don't want to give Papa's number in US.
We don't know Papa's number and address in US.
I have younger siblings age 8, 15, and 22. Me and my sister did not get a 4-yr degree course and my mother does not have a stable job to support us.
I hope you can help us what to do..
Thank you.

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4 Re: abandonment for 15 years on Sun Mar 18, 2012 1:03 am


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