Friday, September 13, 2019

Insta Scoop: Mariel Padilla Leaves for the US to Give Birth

Image courtesy of Instagram: marieltpadilla

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  1. Yes! Wala muna siya sa Showtime

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  2. Walang season 2 and Visa Serye?

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    1. Yup. Kse Mariel is US citizen

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    2. Mariel is US Citizen so automatically her children are

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    3. natural US Citizen yung nanay 🙄 dont be a hypocrite kahit ikaw siguro sa sitwasyon nya ganyan gagawin mo.

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    4. but mariel is US citizen na right? So Diba dapat matic US citizens ang kids kahit dito panganak? sorry im just curious

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    5. No. May bagong rule na yung mga anak ng US Citizen na wala sa states eh hindi automatic magiging citizen.

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    6. Yes, it’s a Automatic if parents are US Citizens.

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    7. Nope. May residency rules so that your child becomes a US citizen if you give birth outside the US. I don’t think Mariel meets those residency requirements because she went to school in the Philippines. So, easier for her to just go to the US and give birth for birthright citizenship :) - US permanent resident

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    8. If Mariel is a US citizen, her child is automatically a US citizen even if she gives birth outside of the US. She just needs to apply with the US Embassy for a Consular Report of Birth Abroad of a citizen of the US. That is already proof of US citizenship and she can simultaneously apply for a US passport for the child. This happened to me - I gave birth in the Philippines and my husband was a US citizen at that time while I was waiting for my green card. - US citizen

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    9. You still need to file US Citizenship if you give birth outside the US i think

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    10. May tama ka 11:21.
      There are now stricter rules sa mga Naturalized US Citizens na hindi namimeet ang residency requirements. Pati yung pupunta lang sa America para manganak lang, meron ng stricter rules diyan ngayon ang US Federal Government. I think they want to regulate those who take advantage of the system, na nakaka receive ng benefits or privileges kahit hindi talaga nakatira at nagbabayad ng taxes sa US.

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    11. Mariel is an independent minded woman. She is us citizen and her father lives in us. May family’s sya dun.

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  4. so, for them, giving birth in the philippines is not what's best for their children but good enough to live thereafter. it does not make sense to me.

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    1. Kse she is a US citizen amd wants the same rights and privileges for her children.

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    2. Kaya nga nakakapagtaka yung 2 na yan. Ano naman kasi work nila sa US if ever so sa Pinas ang work then allegiance is sa US.

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    3. Dun lang tayo sa realistic.. wag plastic..

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    4. Para US citizen at magka usa passport less hassle s mga visa applications hehe

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    5. Their kids can apply for dual citizenship.

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    6. Natawa ako syo 1:08 pero true

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    7. I think it’s moreso if their children end up wanting to study, work, or live abroad they can without all he hassle since they’ll already be US citizens.

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    8. YES it is! Kung ako tulad ni Mariel gagawin ko din yan. Kahit mahal ko ang Pinas, sa totoo lang tayo walang plastikan.

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    9. best naman talaga na maging US citizen si baby kahit pa dito titira. wag na magampalaya dyan.

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  5. Why does she need to go to the us? Honest tanong

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    1. Para automatic US citizens un mga bata kasi napanganak don. Jus Soli kasi ang US

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    2. She wants her kids to be a US Citizen like her and mas maayos manganak sa states, inaasikaso ka talaga.

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    3. She’s a dual citizen. Giving birth in the US guarantee’s automatic citizenship of the child. It’s more practical than applying for citizenship later by virtue of parents citizenship and less expensive.

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    4. Cause they will be us citizens right away of course. They can study in good schools unti high school. They can get grants and loans when they apply for college. And of course, healthcare here is a lot better than in the philippines. Nakakatawa lang na kung anong itinagalog ng posts ni Robin sya namang pagka colonial ng isip nkya about his children.

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    5. LOL kapag ang parent mo ay US citizen kahit saan ka pa manganak US citizen na ang baby. I know cause I am one. baka mas mura lang sa US if may insurance sila

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    6. 1:08 let's be honest here. It's all about citizenship.

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    7. 1:28 may kaartehan din kasi ang lola mo haha

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    8. 1:08 citizen si Mariel so magiging citizen din ang anak niya, kahit binago pa ni trump ngayon. And paano magiging mas maayos manganak dito kung buong support system mo andyan sa pinas? And with the money and status that they have, it’s impossible that they can get the best healthcare delivery there. I’ve experienced giving birth both in the Phils and the US.

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    9. Citizenship at kung may insurance ka nman halos wla ka ng gastos maski pa cs at yes inaasikaso talaga.

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    10. 1:47 not all. Family side ni Mariel is nasa US, baka mas comfortable sya na makasama sila habang nanganganak sya

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    11. Care bears ba natin kung saan nya gusto manganak? Pera ba natin gagamitin nya?

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    12. 1:28 that is true but there more papers works for filing unlike giving birth there its way easier. You should known this because you are one right???

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    13. 1:28AM. Not true all time. Mariel hasn’t been living here for a long time so she has to give birth here. If sa Pinas siya manganganak, the kids can be US citizens but they have to apply pa through parents. So i think good decision na dito siya manganak para less hassle

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    14. Us citizenship is not like Filipino citizenship. It is not by blood but by birthplace. Meaning kahit US citizen parents mo kung hindi ka sa America pinanganak, youre not guaranteed us citizenship. Your mother has to be physically in the US soil for you to become one. Ang pinoy is by blood... meaning kahit san manganak ang parents mo, ypu cam still claim filipinohood.

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  6. Makabayan yung asawa puro pinagpipilitang maging US Citizen ang anak. Lol.

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    1. Korek ka dyan bes!

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    2. The irony. If ganon din lang wag na pagpilitan ang pagiging makabayan. Si grace poe renounced hers and her family's US citizenship coz she ran for office. Ito TH ang ama sa pagka Filipino pero gora sa amerika para citizen ang junaki . Weird

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    3. Ohhh. Oo nga pala

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    4. Maybe it is Mariel's decision, and Robin respects that. Hindi lang naman tatay ang magde-desisyon para sa mga anak nila, may karapatan (actually, MAS may karapatan) ang nanay. If for anything, admirable nga eh. Magkaiba sila in a lot of ways - age, religion, citizenship, etc, pero magkasundo naman sila.

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    5. 1:29 grace poe renouce her and her familys citizenship after pa nia maging camdidate for presidency and not before. hindi naman nia pwedeng hindi irenounce ang us citizenship kasi madisqualify sya. wag mong gawing role model si grace poe sa pagrenounce ng citizenship.

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  7. ang the visa serye begins....lol!

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  8. Lol Trump dislikes this.

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    1. I don't think so because she gives birth without using public assistance. She buys and buys and buys American products and pay its respective taxes. Mariel is good for the US economy no matter how little she contributes from the time she arrives to the time she leaves the US.

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    2. Why? Eh citizen naman si Mariel

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  9. Unahan ko na kayo. Bagong rule ni trump kailangan sa us na manganak haha

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    1. I think proposal pa lang un ni trump hindi pa batas at implemented.

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    2. Di ba galit yung asawa nya sa US? Pero gusto nila na dito manganak🙄. Makibayan o makabayan

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    3. 12:50 saan kweba ka galing?

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    4. May exemptions don sa policy na yon hano. Mostly ang affected non military at ung naging US citizen lang after ipinanganak children nila, recent naturalized citizens na di pa nameet ang residency requirement and US citizens na never nag reside sa US. So I don’t think kasama don si Mariel.

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    5. 1:38 hindi po affected doon ang US military. Ginamit lang yung news na yun ng anti Trump. Si Mariel ang pwedeng maapektuhan noon dahil ang affected noon aY ang mga US citizens na more than 5 years nang hindi tuloy2 na tira sa US. Hindi automatic citizen pero pwede I apply. Kaya good decision na sa US manganak si Mariel.

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    6. Dahil ang military naman ay madalas hindi tumitira or na assign overseas more than 5 years.

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  10. May she have an easy, uncomplicated delivery. And I wish this too to all expecting, soon to give birth FP readers! 😊

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    1. Thank you for this positive message 12:53 AM.

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    2. thanks anon 12:53 ang positive mo sana all ganyan magisip

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  11. Visa serye na naman to. Nonstop na naman mga mala Noli me Tangere na post ni Robin.

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  12. US is no longer giving citizenship to babies born in the USA. Di ba nila alam yang bagong policy na yan? Hindi porket dun ka na pinanganak eh US citizen ka na. Dati ganun pero not anymore. Basa din ng news pag may time.

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    1. There are exemptions to that policy. That’s not a blanket rule. Basa mo din yung 11 page policy/guideline sa USCIS pag may time ka. Mostly affected ng policy na yan are military and govt officials working outside the US, mga US citizens na nag adopt while abroad, yung naging naturalized after their children were born, mga di nameet residency requirements and US ciitzens whi have never resided here. Yes there is a new policy but don’t mislead people na lahat covered non.

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    2. No, Trump is proposing it but it’s not law yet.

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    3. 1:09 mukhang ikaw ang need magbasa. Proposal pa lang yun, it's not a law yet.

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    4. Daming nag dudunong dunungan... citizen yan automatic! Citizen ang nanay e!!! Wala ng application!!! 1:09 saan nakuha ang news na yan? I am from LA since 1996 wala pa ko narinig n ganyan

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    5. Starting October 2019. Hindi na automatic citizen pag hindi sa US pinanganak tapos more than 5 years hindi nakatira magulang sa US pero pwede naman I apply so magiging citizen parin.

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  13. She's a US citizen, it doesnt matter where she gives birth, she can pass on her nationality to her children. She probably just prefers to be with her family in the US.

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    1. Sigurista lang siya talaga......hehehehe.

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    2. I think because hindi na siya nakatira sa US for how many years kaya mahihirapan siya iapply for US citizenship yung anak niya kung dito niya ipapanganak. parang may naalala ko na ganung rule sa kanila.

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    3. Kahit nman ako sa kanya, I'll do the same, iba pa rin pag dun mismo pinanganak yun baby nya.

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    4. Citizenship po. Hindi nationality.

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  14. Jusko visa serye nanaman hahahaha

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  15. Jusko. Tama na mariel. Ayoko na ng visa serye hahaha

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  16. ang Gwapo ni robin!
    buntis pala sya ulet! gusto ata talaga ni robin boy ulet

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    1. hehe kaso po baby girl na ulit pinagbubuntis ni mariel :)

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  17. Understandable kasi for sure doon mag ka college yung anak nila. Most celeb/political kids sa pinas lagi sa abroad nag ka college. Sosyal kasi🤣

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  18. A child born in foreign country to a US citizen mother or father is automatically a US citizen.(kahit mag google ka pa lol) Just like what happened to my niece who was born in Philippines to a US citizen mother and Philippine citizen father. She's still considered a US citizen. So maybe it's only Mariel's choice to be in the US physically when she give birth but if kung citizenship lang din habol niya sana di na niya irisk ang sarili niya and the baby to travel ng malayo para lang dun kasi di naman mawawala citizenship ng bata. Just my opinion.

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  19. Kayo namomoroblema san manganganak si Mariel eh kayo ba iire para lumabas anak niya? Kung san niya gusto umire dun siya lol

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  20. Baka mas may tiwala sya sa mga doctors and hospitals sa US. Pero parang ang hirap na hindi ka nasubaybayan ng doctor na magddeliver sa baby. Couldn’t blame her, lalo na kung andun ang family nya mas magiging comfortable sya.

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  21. Kung US citizen si Mariel kahit san sya manganak US citizen anak nya. I know that kasi sa pinas ako nanganak at dun ko din process ang birth abroad, US passport ng baby ko bago ko sya dinala sa US ng 2 mos. old sya. Yan ay dahil US citizen kami ng mister ko at gusto ko lang talagang manganak sa pinas kunsaan nandun ang family ko at that time.

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    1. May residency requirement ang consular report of birth. The us citizen should have lived in the US for 5 years after the age of 14. Sa pinas ata lumaki si Mariel kaya hindi niya ma pass on yung US citizenship niya sa anak na if born abroad.

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  22. Hindi automatic na Citizen ang anak niya kahit citizen siya. May RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT. From the looks of it, mukhang hindi mami-meet ni Mariel yun so magpunta na lang siya sure pa.

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  23. Why is she in a wheelchair classmates?

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    1. Maarte lang talaga baks. Feeling special.

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  24. Meh, I don’t think dual citizenship should be allowed by the USA . It’s just being abused by US citizens who are never in the USA and don’t contribute to the good of the country.

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