Deportation from USA to Philippines
(Dallas, Tx, US)
I'm originally a citizen of Cebu City, Philippines. I've been in America since I was 8 years old, went to school and graduated from high school in the U.S. I've served in the Armed Forces for about 10 years and deployed to foreign countries 3 times.
I ran into some issues with the law in America and now they are deporting me back to the Philippines. What is the process or procedures once I arrive in the Philippines? Will I be accepted even though I haven't been back for nearly 20 years? What will the government do to me once I arrive?
I'm still a citizen of the Philippines and have a grandmother on my mother's side who resides in US and is an American citizen, but I'm not. I also have cousins, aunts, and uncles there. So, what will be expected of me once I arrive there? I'm worried because I don't know the process and procedures there since I haven't been back to the Philippines in over 20 years, so will I be accepted back in my country of the Philippines after being deported from the U.S.?