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    Re: Marriage: Step by Step

    Yes, everywhere else that my friends are married they only get one certificate between them.

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    Re: Marriage: Step by Step

    Hm I got two in Thailand. Would seem logicial that each recieve a copy or maybe Im wrong.

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    Re: Marriage: Step by Step

    Well it may seem logical but Thailand is the only country I am aware of that does it.

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    Re: Marriage: Step by Step

    So if ya go back to your country without showing any legal mariage docs, ya still single?
    Don't just love him, but show him

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    Re: Marriage: Step by Step

    Quote Originally Posted by ThuggieDuckie View Post
    So if ya go back to your country without showing any legal mariage docs, ya still single?
    Too late


    No you arent single but since noone know you are married unless you tell them rules arent applied and theres lots of rooms for Kafka like situations.

    Thats what I didnt get about the UK rules.

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    Re: Marriage: Step by Step

    Hmm... Let's say me.... I'm singaporean... how do i go about getting to marry a thai wife? Marry her there... and again in sgp?

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    Re: Marriage: Step by Step

    You dont marry a second time, you just register the marriage.

    Just check with the Singapore embassy in Bangkok what kind of documents you need to bring to show thai ampur (you will probably need to translate and notarize them).

    Then translate and notarize your marriage certificate and bring it back home.

    See Davids post he explains it better

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    Re: Marriage: Step by Step

    Quote Originally Posted by geNe36 View Post
    Hmm... Let's say me.... I'm singaporean... how do i go about getting to marry a thai wife? Marry her there... and again in sgp?
    You just need to marry her once, just as Sved said. If you marry her in Singapore, the marriage must also be registered in Thailand so that the Thai authorities recognise both of you as husband and wife.

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    Re: Marriage: Step by Step

    Quote Originally Posted by geNe36 View Post
    Hmm... Let's say me.... I'm singaporean... how do i go about getting to marry a thai wife? Marry her there... and again in sgp?
    I think marrying twice would be bigamy?

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    Re: Marriage: Step by Step

    Quote Originally Posted by David_Loves_Ubonwan View Post
    I think marrying twice would be bigamy?

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    Bigamy implies marriage to two different persons. But marrying twice would be a problem when you try and register the marriage for the second time.

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