((Service of Process))
In Sacramento Family court matter in USA
But I have to have her service there in Makati City Philippie in person... for the USA court
My attorney ask me to think about filing a motion on Ma Eliza Canggas Manult
The Philippines is not a signatory to any treaty with the United States regarding Service of Process. In addition Philippine officials are not familiar with Letters of Rogatory and thus they should not be used.
Service of process may be accomplished through registered mail return receipt requested or personal service through a Philippine attorney. There is a list of Philippine attorneys available on the Department of State, Office of American Citizens Services website or from the US Embassy or Consulate in the Philippines. Proof of Service would be in the form of an affidavit executed before US consular officer for a $55 fee.
In addition according to the Department of State; Section 17, Rule 14 and Section 3, Rule 13 of the Philippine Rules of Court provide that process servers, sheriffs and deputies as well as other offices such as attorneys may affect service.
That being said your fee to get this done is(?)
Just needs one person
No police needed
Just anyone over 18 years old
Who can go to the US Embassy and make an affidavit
I think it’s form FL-330
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Brief description of personal service on Ma Eliza Canggas Manulat