You Gotta Love 'em.

(Osceola, Tx, U.S.A.)

subic bay

subic bay

I had joined early in 2005. I had made contact with several Europeans and Asians during that time.

Then on may 1, 2005 I saw a profile of this 30 yo. filipina, about to turn 31, and thought I would send her a message via the message center. I received a reply the next day, May 2, 2005 she gave me her Yahoo messenger ID. By a stroke of luck she came online that same day and we had a great chat.

After that we chatted almost everyday and then in October of 2005 I flew to Philippines to meet my online girlfriend and proposed fiancee. When i arrived at the airport in manila my to-be was waiting there with her friend...and at first sight she was even more beautiful than her pictures or on web cam.

I spent 10 great days there with her and I did so hate to leave her. Then only relief to the sadness I felt for having to leave her was the fact I was going back to the U.S. and start the process of getting her a fiancee visa. It took longer than I expected...but the process went very smooth unlike some of the horror stories you hear about the process.

Finally she was granted a visa and she arrived in the U.S. on August 16, 2006 and we were married 4 days later. Getting her permanent resident card (green card) went very smooth and without complications. Because she came to U.S. on a fiancee visa and is still married to the same U.S. citizen...she was able to file for U.S. citizenship after 3 years instead of having to wait 5.

I am happy to announce that my beautiful, sexy, loving, caring, understanding, openminded wife is now a citizen of the U.S.A.

So what is my opinion of filipina for a wife>>>>> You Gotta Love 'em

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