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  1. #643
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    My suggestion for the cups is he needs to have a child to leave his assets when he dies. If he is successful in getting a green card for the child and the mother so be it. As he said he has never been married before and maybe he does not have any legal children. If so get busy. Most of us have been married and had children before the call of pussy all over the world enticed us to explore.
    Hi Sam,

    As luck would have it, I do have a half-Filipino son who is five who I support. I am in the process of getting his citizenship, passport and social security card from the USA Embassy in Manila. Finally got his Philippine Statistics Authority official birth certificate. It was easier to get my retirement visa approved. Anyway I visit my son regularly in Pampanga and he will come live with me and the new girlfriend in Valencia in the next year or two when his mom becomes OFW. If my new GF gets pregnant it is fine with me. More money from SSA and she will be happy. But she wants to finish her degree first which I help her with. Thanks, too, to Mr. Nice Guy. Cheers.

  2. #642

    GC's, Visas & Immigration

    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    Do not know what is the current backlog from marriage to green card marrying a foreign girl. However having a kid and making him or her an USA citizen is easier.

    My suggestion for the cups is he needs to have a child to leave his assets when he dies. If he is successful in getting a green card for the child and the mother so be it.

    Do not know the current rules and lag time. However he needs to find out once he has a child how many hoops he has to squeeze through.
    The answer to these questions and all that I clipped out, stated or implied, can be found at https://www.visajourney.com/ . You truly get expert advice and it's free.

  3. #641
    Quote Originally Posted by ExpatAmerican  [View Original Post]
    I don't think that's how social security works. If you die, then yes your child may get some benefits. Getting married doesn't help because while your wife can claim 50% of your benefits AFTER her full retirement age by which time you will be long dead.
    Do not know what is the current backlog from marriage to green card marrying a foreign girl. Once she gets the green card there is a stipulation to become a citizen. For that she needs to live in USA for a period of five years intermittently or 3 years continuously I believe. For the Cups to marry and live in Philippines will be an issue if he intends to make his wife a USA citizen. However having a kid and making him or her an USA citizen is easier. Having said that I met an expat few years ago who was taking his really pretty, blond daughter to Guam after he found it no go in Manila USA embassy. Do not know what the real issue was in spite of paternity. He had married the mother of the girl but was unsuccessful in getting her the green card he said. So he gave up on that. He was just trying to get a green card for his daughter so that she could come to USA when she is 18 years old.

    My suggestion for the cups is he needs to have a child to leave his assets when he dies. If he is successful in getting a green card for the child and the mother so be it.

    Do not know the current rules and lag time. However he needs to find out once he has a child how many hoops he has to squeeze through. Because of sham marriages and fake DNA USA embassies have become smarter. First thing instead of wasting his sperm in AC, Subic, Cebu, Manila make the current GF pregnant. As he said he has never been married before and maybe he does not have any legal children. If so get busy. Most of us have been married and had children before the call of pussy all over the world enticed us to explore.

  4. #640
    And a bit more from the SSA.

    https://www.ssa.gov/OACT/quickcalc/spouse.html

    A spouse can choose to retire as early as age 62, but doing so may result in a benefit as little as 32.5 percent of the worker's primary insurance amount. A spousal benefit is reduced 25/36 of one percent for each month before normal retirement age, up to 36 months. If the number of months exceeds 36, then the benefit is further reduced 5/12 of one percent per month.

    For a spouse who is not entitled to benefits on his or her own earnings record, this reduction factor is applied to the base spousal benefit, which is 50 percent of the worker's primary insurance amount. For example, if the worker's primary insurance amount is $1,600 and the worker's spouse chooses to begin receiving benefits 36 months before his or her normal retirement age, we first take 50 percent of $1,600 to get an $800 base spousal benefit. Then we compute the reduction factor, which is 36 times 25/36 of one percent, or 25 percent. Applying a 25 percent reduction to the $800 amount gives a spousal benefit of $600. Thus, in this case, the final spousal benefit is 37.5 percent of the primary insurance amount.


    The penalty of a spouse (in this case, the missus) taking her benefit before age 65 is 25/36 (0. 69%) per month, and the penalty is permanent. I don't see anything in the SSA online that says you can take a benefit prior to age 62 (at least in the examples they give). In the OP's case, any child would be eligible for his / her benefit, but the missus might have to wait decades to be eligible for hers?

    Is there an accountant in the house?

  5. #639
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    I believe his child would get 50% benefits while he is alive. Maybe 75% after death. Child should have a US passport.

    Wife would not get any benefits until her retirement age and would have to be a US citizen abroad or reside in the US to obtain it.
    A touch of the googling:

    https://faq.ssa.gov/en-us/Topic/article/KA-02011

    From the article:

    If you have not worked or do not have enough Social Security credits to qualify for your own Social Security benefits, you may be able to receive spouses benefits.
    To qualify for spouses benefits, you must be one of these:

    At least 62 years of age.
    Any age and caring for a child entitled to receive benefits on your spouses record and who is younger than age 16 or disabled.

    Your full spouses benefit could be up to one-half the amount your spouse is entitled to receive at their full retirement age. If you choose to begin receiving spouses benefits before you reach full retirement age, your benefit amount will be permanently reduced.

    You will receive your full spouses benefit amount if you wait until you reach full retirement age to begin receiving benefits. You will also receive the full amount if you are caring for a child entitled to receive benefits on your spouses record who is younger than age 16 or disabled.

    If you do have enough credits to qualify for your own Social Security benefits and you apply for your own retirement benefits and for benefits as a spouse, we always pay your own benefits first. If your benefits as a spouse are higher than your own retirement benefits, you will get a combination of benefits equaling the higher spouse benefit.

    Here is an example:

    Mary Ann qualifies for a retirement benefit of $250 and a spouses benefit of $400. At her full retirement age, she will receive her own $250 retirement benefit, and we will add $150 from her spouses benefit, for a total of $400.


    That might help regarding the new missus or child. However I can find nothing so far that would indicate the OP's claim that marrying would increase *his* benefit. There would be a separate benefit for the new spouse (starting at her age 62, or a penalized lesser amount if she wanted to receive it early), and also for any new children (to age 16).

  6. #638
    Quote Originally Posted by ExpatAmerican  [View Original Post]
    I don't think that's how social security works. If you die, then yes your child may get some benefits. Getting married doesn't help because while your wife can claim 50% of your benefits AFTER her full retirement age by which time you will be long dead.
    I believe his child would get 50% benefits while he is alive. Maybe 75% after death. Child should have a US passport.

    Wife would not get any benefits until her retirement age and would have to be a US citizen abroad or reside in the US to obtain it.

  7. #637

    Introducing Oral To a Virgin

    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    I suggest we watch porn but she is super conservative and inexperienced which I suppose is a good thing. But if anyone reading this has successfully trained a 21 year good girl semi virgin how to give a you a blow job I would be impressed with the how to. .
    I've only had the occasion to do so once. 21 year old Cambodian lass who I'm sure had never even been kissed. Introduced her to oral as follows: started before actual fucking; first night together some light kissing and foreplay. 2nd night I went down on her; 3rd day, showed her some porn acquired at Pantip Plaza which she seemed to consume with interest. That night, she gave it a try. I, like another contributor here, encouraged her with words and appropriate sounds indicating pleasure. Lights were dim. Ended up breaking her cherry that night. 10 days later she was giving me the best blow jobs I've ever had. CIM and sucking every last drop was taking place. Those Japanese porn flicks were really really helpful, IMO. And I've had a lot of blow jobs, but she was the absolute best.

    (NOTE: there is no such thing as a "bad blow job"; some are just better than others.)

    SS.

  8. #636
    Quote Originally Posted by ExpatAmerican  [View Original Post]
    I don't think that's how social security works. If you die, then yes your child may get some benefits. Getting married doesn't help because while your wife can claim 50% of your benefits AFTER her full retirement age by which time you will be long dead.
    I know that when you die your spouse gets an increase on her social security payments if she is collecting IF the amount of that was earned by the deceased was greater than what they are collecting. But being married in a foreign country like the Philippines might make it hard (expensive) to show proof.

  9. #635
    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    Hi Steve, thanks for your input. My GF is here 3 to 4 times a week and will move in permanently soon when she goes back to school to finish her degree. So, as far as entertaining other women here, no go. But she knows I go to other cities and suspects I have other GFs there and seems to reluctantly accept that. If I have a baby with her it is fine with me because I am 66 and will get more money from social security if so. In fact if I marry her AND we have a baby I will double my social security pay which is great. BTW I have never been married. I will check out Sipalay and Benedicto, thanks. Where you at, man. PM me if you want to hang out.
    I'm back in Canada, but I will be back to Phils in afew months.

  10. #634
    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    Hi Steve, thanks for your input. My GF is here 3 to 4 times a week and will move in permanently soon when she goes back to school to finish her degree. So, as far as entertaining other women here, no go. But she knows I go to other cities and suspects I have other GFs there and seems to reluctantly accept that. If I have a baby with her it is fine with me because I am 66 and will get more money from social security if so. In fact if I marry her AND we have a baby I will double my social security pay which is great. BTW I have never been married. I will check out Sipalay and Benedicto, thanks. Where you at, man. PM me if you want to hang out.
    I don't think that's how social security works. If you die, then yes your child may get some benefits. Getting married doesn't help because while your wife can claim 50% of your benefits AFTER her full retirement age by which time you will be long dead.

  11. #633
    Quote Originally Posted by SteveNash  [View Original Post]
    Nice house! Is that house all for You or you are sharing? Because if is all for you that's a good price for 30 K. The very few couples that I know who workout with a huge age gap, they had a baby together. If I was you with a big age gap and I don't want to giver her a baby, I will just have an open relationship with her, so you can do your own thing in another city, just don't fall in love with her. Sipalay with your GF, great beaches there and lots of places to visit as a couple there. Also a road trip to Don Salvador Benedicto, great views there!
    Hi Steve, thanks for your input. My GF is here 3 to 4 times a week and will move in permanently soon when she goes back to school to finish her degree. So, as far as entertaining other women here, no go. But she knows I go to other cities and suspects I have other GFs there and seems to reluctantly accept that. If I have a baby with her it is fine with me because I am 66 and will get more money from social security if so. In fact if I marry her AND we have a baby I will double my social security pay which is great. BTW I have never been married. I will check out Sipalay and Benedicto, thanks. Where you at, man. PM me if you want to hang out.

  12. #632
    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    Hi Sam

    Technically, Valencia is a municipality that is geographically larger than Dumaguete. Lots of expats here. Maybe too many. Bought a 125 CC Yamaha Mio Gravis for $1700 which suits me fine. Had a welder attach a nice carrier to it. Renting a great house with pool, great landscaping / privacy and perfect for my needs $600/ month includes onsite gardener / maid / pool guy, mail service and a few other niceties. Met 21 year old working at Robinson's. I think she is open to learning BJ and will follow other's advice on training her. I think she is a keeper once I get her trained. The age difference is honestly not even an issue with her, her friends or her family all of whom I have met and partied with at my house. Hard to believe but many 60 and 70 year old guys including Filipinos are happily married to 20-somethings who have a brain and hot body. Still, I will continue mongering in Cebu, Angeles, Subic, Manila as needed. Got big boob BJ skilled squeezes in all these places. Cheers.
    Nice house! Is that house all for you or you are sharing?

    Because if is all for you that's a good price for 30 K, I wish I can stay in a house with my own pool so I can have lots of sex there. I tried sex in a condo pool at night afew times, but is not the same trying to hide from the security guard and also having to be drunk to have the guts to do it (guts for her).

    About the age difference if is less than 20 years you can believe her that she has not problem with the age gap, but if is 30 or 40 yrs I will not trust her not having an issue, UNLESS you give her a baby.

    The very few couples that I know who workout with a huge age gap, they had a baby together, all the ones where the guy didn't give her a baby, the girls ended up cheating on them with someone who can give them a baby, or they just broke-up 4-5 years later.

    If I was you with a big age gap and I don't want to giver her a baby, I will just have an open relationship with her, so you can do your own thing in another city, just don't fall in love with her.

    That's my two cents.

    By the way, you should do a road trip to Sipalay with your gf, great beaches there and lots of places to visit as a couple there. Also a road trip to Don Salvador Benedicto, great views there!

  13. #631
    Quote Originally Posted by ExpatAmerican  [View Original Post]
    ID say that's a bit of a red flag. Its not that she is inexperienced but that she is really not willing to please you. Remember, from her perspective she just hit the mega Lotto jackpot by nailing the rich foreigner who is supporting her. She should be going all out to make sure you don't dump her for the next hot piece of ass that walks by. The fact that she refuses simple BJ is not a good sign at all. You should make her feel a bit less secure in her position and her attitude will probably improve.
    All good points, EA, but she IS quite willing to please me sexually fucking and domestically cooking, cleaning, errands, etc. We go on road trips all over Negros Oriental and have a great time together. She just needs BJ training.

  14. #630
    Quote Originally Posted by NiceGuy99  [View Original Post]
    At that point it's going to happen. Over the next few days we got the tip in the mouth, a little tongue work, shaft in the mouth, sucking. All the time I would make reasonable sounds of pleasure and words of encouragement. It took a couple of weeks to get to CIM and she swallowed the first time as it probably didn't occur to her to spit it out.

    This was all a few years ago but I think the training plan is solid. Don't rush it. It's a very good feeling when you finally have success.
    Good to know, Mr. Nice Guy, I will give that a try. Much obliged.

  15. #629
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    Glad to know you settled in a hillbilly town or village. Do you have a car there or use public transportation? Did you buy a house or rent? How did you get a 21 year old teacher? Did you know her before?

    Most Philippine girls hate sucking Dick. Also they do not want you doing DATY. They believe it is a western thing and private parts are intended for one thing only and they think it is dirty. Some girls I have met were introduced to DATY by western men. Not all like it. Compared to American girls who do the blow job first thing Philippine girls do not. Having a steady live in you can teach her slowly. Very few Philippine girls like anal also for the same reason as being dirty.
    Hi Sam

    Technically, Valencia is a municipality that is geographically larger than Dumaguete. Lots of expats here. Maybe too many. Bought a 125 CC Yamaha Mio Gravis for $1700 which suits me fine. Had a welder attach a nice carrier to it. Renting a great house with pool, great landscaping / privacy and perfect for my needs $600/ month includes onsite gardener / maid / pool guy, mail service and a few other niceties. Met 21 year old working at Robinson's. I think she is open to learning BJ and will follow other's advice on training her. I think she is a keeper once I get her trained. The age difference is honestly not even an issue with her, her friends or her family all of whom I have met and partied with at my house. Hard to believe but many 60 and 70 year old guys including Filipinos are happily married to 20-somethings who have a brain and hot body. Still, I will continue mongering in Cebu, Angeles, Subic, Manila as needed. Got big boob BJ skilled squeezes in all these places. Cheers.

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