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Postby the lynx » Wed, 02 May 2012 5:38 pm

Erm... Shouldn't that one go to Republicans instead? I'm sure they will have a lot more in common :P

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Postby sm1971 » Wed, 02 May 2012 5:53 pm

morenangpinay wrote:
sm1971 wrote:

It's out of our hands now, and between the judge and the OSG. The reason for the OSG's appeals is that they think that my asawa is not unfit for marriage. Which I can't argue with very well, as I want to mary her myself! ;)

It's a criminal law that violates human rights.


its alot of effort...but she can re-skill on the in demand skills in Singapore, or you can open a company and employ her? or enroll the son in a school and get her as guardian..im just trying to help anyway if in case you have that long distance relationship its not so bad. Philippines isnt that far. alot of the Filipinos who work in Singapore manage to go home every week and there is the budget airlines.



None of these are options. Re-skilling takes a long time, the kid isn't mine so I have no rights. LDRs aren't fun, but the real problem is that there is no end in sight. In theory the LDR could last 50 years if there's no annulment. :(

We pretty much gave up on Singapore as a solution, but should no other solution be available, then you're right - moving to Singapore would at least allow more visits.

I still have no news from my employer, maybe if the offer is good I'd ask if they can employ her (but I don't think they would).


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