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#1 Rican84

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Posted 01 November 2012 - 09:18 PM

Idk if i am in the right forum, but my question has anyone gotten a divorced abroad and then filed a case in the Philippines to have it recognized so u can remarry in the Philippines. If so can u kinda explain the process you did and how much did it cost you. Does it cost as much as an annulment and just as as long in the court system to process?

Thanks

Dec 11, 2011-Started Relationship
Jan 10, 2012- Left South Korea
Dec 13, 2012- Trip to korea
May 6, 2013 - Second trip to korea
May 9, 2013- Proposed at hauendae beach, busan south korea
Jul 18, 2013- I-129F Petition Filed
Jul 24, 2013- NOA 1
Aug 2, 2013- Request Expedite

Aug 2, 2013- Expedite request approved
Aug 6, 2013- NOA2

Aug 21, 2013- Receieved E-packet from US Consulate (Seoul)

Aug 25, 2013- Received Korean Police Clearance

Oct 2, 2013- Medical Complete

Oct 11,2013- Received Medical Paper

Oct 14, 2013- Received NBI from Philippines

Oct 17, 2013- Scheduled Interview

Oct 22, 2013- Passed Interview

Oct 28, 2013- Administration Processing  :unsure:

Nov 2, 2013- Visa Approved

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Posted 01 November 2012 - 09:31 PM

I should have added divorce was filipina to foreigner.

Dec 11, 2011-Started Relationship
Jan 10, 2012- Left South Korea
Dec 13, 2012- Trip to korea
May 6, 2013 - Second trip to korea
May 9, 2013- Proposed at hauendae beach, busan south korea
Jul 18, 2013- I-129F Petition Filed
Jul 24, 2013- NOA 1
Aug 2, 2013- Request Expedite

Aug 2, 2013- Expedite request approved
Aug 6, 2013- NOA2

Aug 21, 2013- Receieved E-packet from US Consulate (Seoul)

Aug 25, 2013- Received Korean Police Clearance

Oct 2, 2013- Medical Complete

Oct 11,2013- Received Medical Paper

Oct 14, 2013- Received NBI from Philippines

Oct 17, 2013- Scheduled Interview

Oct 22, 2013- Passed Interview

Oct 28, 2013- Administration Processing  :unsure:

Nov 2, 2013- Visa Approved

Feb 23, 2014 Fiance Arrives to USA

Mar 8, 2014 Married

 

 


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Posted 01 November 2012 - 09:33 PM

Idk if i am in the right forum, but my question has anyone gotten a divorced abroad and then filed a case in the Philippines to have it recognized so u can remarry in the Philippines. If so can u kinda explain the process you did and how much did it cost you. Does it cost as much as an annulment and just as as long in the court system to process?

Thanks


This was discussed several months ago in this thread: http://www.theworldo...showtopic=25155
Fritz explained the process clearly there.



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Posted 01 November 2012 - 09:39 PM

There are some variables involved here.

1. Was the original marriage, for which the divorce occurred, in the Philippines?
2. Was the divorce petitioner (plaintiff) a Filipino citizen?

Assuming that the marriage originally occurred in the Philippines, and that it was initiated by a foreigner (non-Filipino), and that the defendant is a Filipino citizen and wishes to remarry in the Philippines, then the foreign divorce must be reognized by the NSO through a court action. I can't provide any more detai than this, but it is not anywhere near the hassle and expense of an annulment.

If the original marriage did not occur in the Philippines, and was not reported to the Philippines NSO, don't bother with trying to get a foreign divorce recognized by the NSO.

If the foreign divorce was initiated (plaintiff) by a Philippines citizen, it won't be accepted by the NSO.

If the foreign divorce was initiated by a U.S. citizen, for a marriage initiated in the Philippines, and the U.S. citizen wants to remarry in the Philippines, only try to get the divorce recognized if the Local Registrar insists on a CERNOMAR from the U.S. citizen when applying for a new marriage license.

--Ray B

Idk if i am in the right forum, but my question has anyone gotten a divorced abroad and then filed a case in the Philippines to have it recognized so u can remarry in the Philippines. If so can u kinda explain the process you did and how much did it cost you. Does it cost as much as an annulment and just as as long in the court system to process?

Thanks



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Posted 01 November 2012 - 09:42 PM

Wow thanks guys.

Edited by Rican84, 01 November 2012 - 09:43 PM.

Dec 11, 2011-Started Relationship
Jan 10, 2012- Left South Korea
Dec 13, 2012- Trip to korea
May 6, 2013 - Second trip to korea
May 9, 2013- Proposed at hauendae beach, busan south korea
Jul 18, 2013- I-129F Petition Filed
Jul 24, 2013- NOA 1
Aug 2, 2013- Request Expedite

Aug 2, 2013- Expedite request approved
Aug 6, 2013- NOA2

Aug 21, 2013- Receieved E-packet from US Consulate (Seoul)

Aug 25, 2013- Received Korean Police Clearance

Oct 2, 2013- Medical Complete

Oct 11,2013- Received Medical Paper

Oct 14, 2013- Received NBI from Philippines

Oct 17, 2013- Scheduled Interview

Oct 22, 2013- Passed Interview

Oct 28, 2013- Administration Processing  :unsure:

Nov 2, 2013- Visa Approved

Feb 23, 2014 Fiance Arrives to USA

Mar 8, 2014 Married

 

 





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