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I am not an attorney nor am I in any way providing anyone with the most current legal stances in place.The information here is for educational purposes only and any person should consult with an Immigration Attorney before making any important decisions or actions. (Even though your plans may be to make the Philippines your new home.) Even if you plan to take a few years before getting married, which is my advice by the way, one thing you will need to bring with you are your divorce papers. the final, deciding document which declares you are legally divorced if you have been previously married in your home-country.I am a single man taking an honest look at all that the islands here have to offer, one day at a time.I hope you find my LBTSea site informative, entertaining and hopefully a bit of each.Yes, language like this still exists on the books here in the Philippines and it can get you as well as your ‘Separated’ Filipina into a lot of trouble from the ‘offended’ other spouse. The ‘better’ news is that (and this is still unclear if Congress incorporated the following changes to the law or not, no data at this time.)..
Dwayne decides to move Mariana into his Philippines home to just live with and love her as his wife, without hassling the paperwork.
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It is very common for men to arrive here, start making plans to marry and only then find out from the local Philippine government that you must prove you are divorced from any previous marriages, irregardless of where those marriages took place.
So, if you never did get legally divorced in your home-country but plan on re-marrying in the Philippines that is one loose end you will need to tie up before boarding a plane here. This is how you will present the Divorce Decree or Certificate of Death in order to prove you are legally free to “contract” marriage. Once you have this it is up to you whether you and your Filipina bride will officiate the wedding via a Priest at a church or at the government offices via a Judge or Judge’s Appointee.