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Subject: wedding in hongkong
  hi,
just want to clarify things regarding weddings held in hongkong. my friend, an immigrant of canada told me that it is a common thing there in canada. and i recently heard a story of a couple, an immigrant girl and a filipino who´s previous immigrant application was denied last year. said couple met in hongkong this year to get married just to have a marriage certificate to be used in claiming the guy as her sponsored husband. back in canada in year 2007, they lived together for 4 months before the guy was asked to leave canada, leaving the immigrant girl pregnant then. but the problem is, the guy is still legally married in the philippines when he married that canadian immigrant girl. can canada check the validity of the submitted marriage certificate of the said couple? i am concerned here because i´m the wife of the said guy. we´re both here in the philippines but living separately while my ex is waiting for his sponsorhip papers. he simply abandoned me after his arrival here and doesn´t communicate with me anymore nor initiate offer of annulment to me.
just want to know if i should file a case against them or leave it to canada to dismiss the claim of the girl on my ex husband on the grounds of fraud or misrepresentation.
please reply. thank you in advance.

[05-09-2008,14:11]
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beh
(in reply to: wedding in hongkong)

so you mean to say, this canadian girl is sponsoring your ex husband now?

its not going to be easy for them. your exhusband must provide CENOMAR...(Certificate of No Marriage/ or record of marriage). They will be asked for lots of proofs, but u said they just lived together for 4 months here.

If you file a case against your ex/husband, (youre legally married still), that will show result in his NBI record.

thats going to be lots of pain for them.

husbands like that should be grilled fresh.



hotcoal

[05-09-2008,14:28]
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hotcoal
(in reply to: wedding in hongkong)
as long as you have it clear in your mind that no matter what you do in this circumstance, you husband is not coming back to you. So... take that motive out of the equation and move on from there.
[05-09-2008,14:44]
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Sharon
wedding in hongkong (in reply to: wedding in hongkong)
thanks hotcoal and ms.sharon. actually, my only concern now is to have everything legally settled, just like my son´s educational plan which is named after my ex. since he´s not communicating with me and i don´t know his wherabouts, there´s no way i can claim the proceeds if he´s not going to sign it, and other matters like that. i don´t care anymore if the girl claims my jerk ex-husband. but if he goes back there without me knowing it, some of my investments, which sad to say i put in his name but i am the one who paid, will all go to waste.
i´ve already talked with these agencies, but they all said that only my ex-husband can change or tansfer it to me so I won´t have problems in the future claiming them.
my only hope is, if canada will check on the validity of his marriage to this girl, canada might find & contact me, or he might show up so i can finally deal with him. i don´t want to file court case against him, i´ve been through a lot of stress when i learned about the girl and i don´t wanna go about it again through court trials.
any thoughts on this please. thanks again

[06-09-2008,22:18]
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beh
hotcoal (in reply to: wedding in hongkong)

i guess youre from Philippines. just guess.

anyways, if you cant find him or he doesnt want to be found at all and you need to settle investments, claim him dead, missing or whatever. pls ask experts.

is it possible guys?

[06-09-2008,22:45]
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Anonymous
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I would get a lawyer to protect your investments - any way you can.
[07-09-2008,00:45]
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Sharon
wedding in hongkong (in reply to: wedding in hongkong)
so, it´s legal counsel or lost investments...
i guess it´s time to try the legal way, however painful the process might be for me. thanks so much for the enlightenments

[07-09-2008,12:46]
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beh
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different circumstances, but I have been there and the faster you learn to put the emotion and sentiment aside and consider this an exercise in economic preservation.
[07-09-2008,15:02]
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Sharon
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