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British marrying Indonesian in Singapore
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Catholic church does not recognise or bless the marriage of a non catholic, most English are of protestant backgrounds! Though she can confess her sinssundaymorningstaple wrote:As long as you submit to the annual pilgrimage to the church and agree to be nailed to a cross to show your Catholicism, you'll be okay.
Not to worry the wife will explain, the day after!I was never briefed on the crucifixion .. part ..
Last edited by ksl on Sun, 19 Jun 2011 1:20 am, edited 1 time in total.
Yes for non Singaporean and PR'sSaint wrote:It's actually 15 days and only one of yo have to physically here for that periodecureilx wrote:just bumped into this thread .. Unlike KSL says ..
you need to show continued residency here, for 21 days, and then file for marriage, and after the 30 days, you are to complete the solemnisation within 90 days .. from the date of initial filing ..
Period of Solemnization
The earliest date which you may solemnize your marriage is 21 days after the date of notice (excluding the day on which you file the notice). For example, if you file your notice on 30 January, the earliest date which you may solemnize your marriage is 21 February.
https://app.rom.gov.sg/internet/efile/f ... step1a.asp
UK takes 21 days too!
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Re: British marrying Indonesian in Singapore
As usual, we've gone off the beaten track and are now just trying to confuse the OP with our answers that are NOT answering the OP's questions, but just a quest to be right, regardless of how wrong the information is to the OP's question AS IT PERTAINS TO HIM.rifera wrote:Hello...
I'd like to know whether anybody knows how it works for a British holding P1 employment pass who'd like to marry an Indonesian woman (no EP or Spass) in Singapore? Or is it better to be married in UK? Please advise
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