Friday, February 1, 2019

Tweet Scoop: KC Montero Clarifies that He Can Gain Filipino Citizenship If He Were to Be Naturalised



Images courtesy of Twitter: KCMontero

74 comments:

  1. Mag tagalog ka muma KC

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    1. Anong kinalaman nun po?

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    2. I can speak Tagalog, pero may accent pa Amd my whole career I was told to speak English because the majority of my work was in SE Asia and cannot speak Tagalog. . Sorry po talaga. - Kc

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    3. Dami nga dyan mga artista pilipit magtagalog at nakatira sa Pilipinas. Pinagmamalaki pa na inglisera sila. Ewan ba bakit English basihan ng nakakarami para sabihing matalino. Yong iba naman kahit pilipit mag English nagpipilit para masabing sosyal.

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    4. On one side may matatas managalog pero walang pagmamahal as bayan. Iba iba ang paraan magpakita nito. Mula sa responsableng waste disposal, sa pag bayad nag tamang buwis. Di lahat sa language naka base. Lawakan ng kaunti ang pag iisip.

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    5. Baka need niya munang igive up yung Isang Citizenship Niya maybe he wants a Dual Citizenship or ginive up kasi nung local parent niya from here yung citizenship kaya hirap siyang kumuha. Pero kung me maicocontribute siya like sa mga hilig ng mga Sinumpang Pinoy like Hollywood e for sure mabilis pa sa alas kwatro me citizenship na siya! or.....sugurin niya yung West Phillipine Sea at itake over niya yung mga islands at paalisin mga Chinese dun....kaso hindi naman siya si Hanma Yujiro....

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    6. Anon 1:30, Acceptable sa Pinas ang dual citizen. Baka talaga lang na hindi Pinoy Citizen ang nanay niya kahit may Pinoy Blood.

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    7. Naku need pala Naturalized. KC NEEDS SOME MILK! Evaporada ba siya o Condensada?

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    8. 12:39 Tagalog? Paano yung mga nagbi-Bisaya, Bicol, Ilocano, etc? Di pwedeng maging citizen? DUH!

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    9. Bakit hindi pa kasi siya magpaNEUTRALIZE? Para tapos na agad.

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    10. Baka at the time of his birth american citizen na din Mom nya and hindi pa o hindi nag apply ng dual citizenship, hence, kailangan nya magpa naturalize para maging Pilipino.

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  2. I wonder, why can't he be a filipino citizen?

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    1. Kaya nga. Bakit kaya? Pero nakaka mangha kasi bakit gusto kaya nya mag filipino citizen? Eh kung US ang passport nya, di sya mahihirapan pag mag tatravel

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    2. Baka kulang sa requirements. His mother is a US citizen from birth. Baka kailangang kumuha muna ng Filipino citizenship ang nanay niya.

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    3. 1:05 kasi pag hindi Filipino citizen, you cannot buy real estate property in the Philippines. Unlike sa US, pag hindi ka US citizen makakapag bili ka pa rin ng real estate. Unfair noh?

      I purposely reacquired my Filipino citizenship last year because of this issue. Gusto ko may bahay ako sa Pinas at mga investments na nasa pangalan ko. Lagi nalang kasi sa kapatid ko nakapangalan.

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    4. Maraming requirements. Pinakamahirap yung 10 year Continuous residence.

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    5. His mother is not a Filipino citizen. Grandparents lang nya ang citizens di naman yon counted.

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    6. 2:03 e lalo naman si Lamar Odom at Andrei Blatt yung mga ninuno pa nun dito e sila Ham o Japeth. Mga anak pa ni Noah!

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    7. Because the dual citizenship law was passed at a certain time. If kc's pinoy mom became a us citizen before passing that ra bill.. then Kc is not eligible

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  3. Okay lang yan. Pinapakaka perahan nyo lang naman dito sa pilipinas. Proud pinoy proud pinoy, ilan dekada na dito di pa din marunong magtagalog ng straight

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    1. What makes you think I can’t speak Tagalog? I can, though still has an accent. My conversation Tagalog is quite ok. Also for the majority of my career I was told to speak English since most of my programs were seen by other confirms that can’t soeak Tagalog. - Kc Montero

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    2. Talagang bibigyan ng Citizenship yang si Lamar Odom kahit A*** pa yan dahil naging asawa niyan isa sa mga Kardashians!

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    3. He can speak Tagalog. He just doesn't have Filipino accent but he can communicate well, whether English or Tagalog.

      Is that wrong?

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    4. pakasalan mo nalang ako KC para wala ka na problemahin.

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    5. Marami din namang Pinoy na ilang dekada nang nakatira at pinagkakaperahan ang Amerika.

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    6. 12:50, do you think the Filipinos abroad don't make money there, as you said it, pinagkakaperahan?

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    7. So can you say the same sa mga OFWs na “pinagkakaperahan” din ang bansang tinitirahan nila? And sa tingin mo ba marunong din sila ng language ng kung san man sila nakatira? Isip isip din! Dont be too high and mighty! Hindi ganun kayaman ang Pilipinas para pagkaperahan hence kaya madaming OFW.

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    8. 1:01 omg! Hi KC! :)

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  4. How do you know na he can't speak straight tagalog? Nakausap mo na siya?

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    1. Same thoughts. May tao lang siguro talaga, they only feel good when they bash.

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  5. Mag papayat ka kasi muna.

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    1. naligaw ka ata KC Montero ito hindi KC Concepcion. dun ka sa kabilang article lol

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    2. Ang lakas ng tawa ko sa reply mo @1:47

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    3. Joke or honest mistake, napatawa mo ako.

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    4. hahahha. ako din. katawa to.

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    5. @1:47 HAHAHAHA

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    6. WAHAHAHAHAAAAA!!!

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  6. Well, we have rules and criteria under our laws, if you don’t meet them then you are not qualified. It’s that simple. Every country has them.

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  7. Ask ko lang bakit nga hindi pwede? Si Brown Lee ng Ginebra walang dugong pinoy pero pinupush maging Fil Citizensa PBA. Sorry di ko talaga gets mga classmates.

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    1. May specific rules kasi to be naturalized. Baka may isa doon na hindi na-meet ni KCM. Sa case niya baka continuous 10 year residence. Di ba bumalik siya sa US? Yung Brown Lee ba may 1O years na sa Pinas?

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    2. Wala pang 10 years si Brown Lee dito

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    3. si Ricardo Brown at Norman Black at Redford White at Isaiah Red me mga citizenships.

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    4. 2:25 ui di foreigner si Redford White ano ka ba. Albino sya kaya maputi hahaha kaloka ka.

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    5. 3:36, hindi albino si Redford White. Mestiso siya.

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    6. 3:46 Redford has albinism.

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  8. Uy, andito yata sa comment section si KC. Hello KC! :)

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  9. Di ba yung import ng Ginebra ni walang bahid ng dugong Pinoy nagpasa pa ng House hill para maging citizen. Bakit naman yon pwede.

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  10. Bakit si Blatche naging Filipino citizen dinaan pa sa senate tapos now si Brownlee. Kahit sabihin na members pa sila ng national team parang unfair naman din talaga. Bakit my exemption sa batas ganon pala yon.

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    1. Bakit si Ryan Bang at Sam YG naayos na nila. Dumaan din sa butas ng karayom yung si Sam. Pati yung Japanese na comedian na me hawig ke Jackie Chan.

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    2. Kaya may filipino citizenship yang brown lee cause if I remember correctly, they asked to congress to pass a law specifically for him. Allowing him to have his philippine citizenship

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    3. Which makes it more unfair for other people who are trying to get a citizenship. May napapala kasi sila kay Brown Lee kaya ganon @9:38am

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    4. 8:35, same thing na may napapala rin si Brown Lee sa kanila.

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    5. Dual citizenship ang gusto ni kc hindi yong 1 citizenship lang.

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  11. KC maging import ka na din sa basketball at since buddy buddy mo si Pacquiao pa pass ka ng senate bill. Di ba ganon gawain ng mga PBA imports.’

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  12. Hi this post means no offense but seek more professional advice and check Phil Constitution books or the site lawphil.net

    This became our exam in college, this has been a case ever since. you're not the first one mr Montero. they might have their points why too. speaking or understanding Filipino is not the case, dont mind others. :)

    -maria

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  13. So pwede naman pala eh ano yung kinukuda nya nung una .

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    1. perhaps he's not willing to give up his US citizenship.

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  14. omg andito pala nagbabasa si KC!!! Kc, if youre reading this pakasalan mo na lang ako. Labyu

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  15. If he’s an american citizen by birth, he can’t acquire dual citizenship, but he can be naturalized here. Downside is in case magnago isip nya, mahirap na ata ireacquire ang american citizenship pag nirenounce mo na. Eh sayang pa naman, coveted nga yan ng nakararami, kahit nga lang greenvard lang. Tayo naman if we were Filipino by birth, pwede tayo magpadual citizenship. Our country’s constitution? allows that. Mas flexible pag may dual citizenship ka kasi may options ka if ever which is not applicable sa kaso nya.

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    1. It is very hard to give up US citizenship because you don't know what will happen in the future. Dual citizenship is the only way to go, if qualified.

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    2. You dont have to give it up naman eh di mag dual sya.

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    3. 8:07, hindi siya puwedeng mag-dual.

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  16. Natural born vs naturalized

    Natural born = born of either Filipino mom or dad; just file petition for dual cit

    Naturalized = foreign; go through the process of naturalization/act of Congress

    The technicality he might be referring to is that his mom may have already been a US cit by the time he was born

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  17. Nag renounce ng citizenship either nanay nya or lola/lolo nya kaya di sya ma naturalise

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  18. Pakasal na lang kasi to a filipino citizen:) it’s about time na!

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    1. Then give up his US citizenship if he applies for naturalization? I wouldn't do it.

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    2. 3:51 anuber he doesnt need to renounce his US citizenship. Pwede maging dual.

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    3. 8:08 nope. Their constitution doesn’t allow that.

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    4. 8:08, US ang hindi allowed na gawin iyan. Kapag nag-naturalized Filipino citizen siya, kailangan niyang i-give up ang US citizenship niya. Kahit ako hindi ko gagawin iyon.

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  19. bakit hater hehe

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  20. Omg e bakit si matsunaga naging pinoy?

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  21. Yung Filipina mom kasi nila US citizen na nung pinanganak sya.

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