I'm a US citizen who moved here 2 years ago when I was 18 to be with my girlfriend. My visa has long expired because I never had the funds to pay for the extension fees when I needed to. Now, I have a job online but it's still not enough to pay for the big amount for overstaying for over 2 years here, but I can save up for it in just a few months, but my longterm plan is to marry my Filipina girlfriend I came here for and live here permanently, but also be able to travel within the country and maybe in the future, outside as well (so I can take her to meet my family in the US). Is there a way to fix my visa issues but still be able to live here in the Philippines at this point?
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