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august

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  1. monokuma, you're so lucky there are a lot of options for both of you to get married legally. there are a lot of ways for you to get married. yes that would be possible. take a research about all of your visa in California, and also marriage... anyway, it will be soon for her to get there. nothing to worry about... just never give up. fight for your love..
  2. hello everyone, maybe some of you may remember my love story,. after all the struggles, the pain and trials that we've been through... finally, we're married last October 15, 2013. everything went well successfully up to our marriage contract ..... so to all other cousin couples out there , never give up. there are a lot of ways to get married, love finds a way and nothing is impossible. just try and try...
  3. first of all, let me know more about you, what do you mean by "cousins like us"? what are your professions?? as far as i know, we should have atleast 2-3yrs working experience if we wish to apply abroad. if it is your first time applying abroad it would be better to ask assistance from trusted agencies, if both of you hve relatives outside the country. much better...
  4. edi much better and luckier ka/kayo,, kasi isa s inyo americn citizen n. much easier to get married ofcourse s country nila...
  5. GREAT BALLS OF FIRE this is a true to life story/ bibliography of Jerry Lee Lewis who's a famous rock&roll singer/musician. this tells about his career and also includes his confidential marriage with his 13 yo first couin Mary Gale Brown. their marriage lasted 13 yrs and had two children.
  6. I agree with romalee, I learned something from ladyC too. it's just now that I realize those meanings
  7. korek ka diyan, should have the citizenship or become a permanent resident in the country that they're planning to get marry first, to be safe. ) I think dispensation isn't practiced now here.
  8. yes, but that wasnt proven yet now a days, it was only based upon our readings in the internet. chances would be, marrying outside the country and moving out from the Philippines? oh, i see you had a tough situation too, how come they dont know yet?
  9. I'm just curious, just wanna know how many are the Filipinos here who's in the Philippines. kung san ba ang mas marami, luzon, visayas o mindanao. feel free to participate if you want. tnx
  10. hmmh, girls who wear a ring means a lot, you may not know what does it mean unless you ask her. anyway, having a baby means more engaged than an engagement ring! hehehehe :cheesy:
  11. yes, same with us. let's just keep on praying for our success.
  12. yeah, i think so. hmm, ias what ive read. in philippine law, the citizenship that they are basing is your citizenship when you get married.
  13. TO ALL FILIPINO COUSIN COUPLES OUT THERE WHO'S IN THE SAME SITUATION W/ MY FIRST COUSIN, WHO'S PLANNING TO GET MARRIED OUTSIDE THE COUNTRY WHO ALLOWS COUSIN MARRIAGE, i did a little research about the validity of that marriage here in the Philippines in case you're planning to go back to the Philippines after your marriage from the other country who allowed it. here's what i've found and it really sucks!!! i hate Philippine Marriage Law! grrr!try to visit the link and read it. http://jlp-law.com/blog/divorce-annulment-philippines/ Some Filipinos want and do get married outside the Philippines. There?s nothing really strange with this, except when they say that the reason is for convenience in getting a divorce abroad. This is strange for two main reasons: 1. Divorce is not recognized under Philippine laws. If you?re a Filipino, it doesn?t matter where you get a divorce: such divorce is invalid/void in the Philippines. This is because under the nationality principle (Art. 15, Civil Code), all Filipinos ? where they may be in the world ? are bound by Philippine laws on family rights and duties, status, condition, and legal capacity. Yes, folks, you can run, but you can?t hide.Nevertheless, divorce decrees secured outside the Philippines are recognized in certain instances. This is provided in Article 26 (Paragraph 2) of the Family Code, which reads in full: ART. 26. All marriages solemnized outside the Philippines in accordance with the laws in force in the country where they were solemnized, and valid there as such, shall also be valid in this country, except those prohibited under Articles 35(1), (4), (5) and (6), 36, 37 and 38. here's the link of the Articles: http://jlp-law.com/laws?article=executive-order-no-209-family-code-of-the-philippines#fc35 Art. 35. The following marriages shall be void from the beginning: (1) Those contracted by any party below eighteen years of age even with the consent of parents or guardians; (2) Those solemnized by any person not legally authorized to perform marriages unless such marriages were contracted with either or both parties believing in good faith that the solemnizing officer had the legal authority to do so; (3) Those solemnized without a license, except those covered by the preceding Chapter; (4) Those bigamous or polygamous marriages not falling under Article 41; (5) Those contracted through mistake of one contracting party as to the identity of the other; and (6) Those subsequent marriages that are void under Article 53. Art. 36. A marriage contracted by any party who, at the time of the celebration, was psychologically incapacitated to comply with the essential marital obligations of marriage, shall likewise be void even if such incapacity becomes manifest only after its solemnization. (as amended by E.O. No. 227) Art. 37. Marriages between the following are incestuous and void from the beginning, whether the relationship between the parties be legitimate or illegitimate: (1) Between ascendants and descendants of any degree; and (2) Between brothers and sisters, whether of the full or half blood. (81a) Art. 38. The following marriages shall be void from the beginning for reasons of public policy: (1) Between collateral blood relatives, whether legitimate or illegitimate, up to the fourth civil degree; (2) Between step parents and step children; (3) Between parents in law and children in law; (4) Between the adopting parent and the adopted child; (5) Between the surviving spouse of the adopting parent and the adopted child; (6) Between the surviving spouse of the adopted child and the adopter; (7) Between an adopted child and a legitimate child of the adopter; (8) Between adopted children of the same adopter; and (9) Between parties where one, with the intention to marry the other, killed that other person's spouse or his or her own spouse. (82a). >> reading these made me so much disappointed and hopeless. our plan of getting married outside the country will still be pointless, invalid and void here in the Philippines. so is there really nothing to do about this? any ideas on to this? should we get a citizenship to the country that we're planning to be married??? i need words of encouragement
  14. same here. we really wanted to get married . we're filipinos, and its prohibited here in phil. infact we already tried, we already have our marriage license and wedding sched, but before the day, the judge notified my father that he wont marry us. , now we're striving hard to save money to get married outside our country.
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