I got my passport from chandigarh passport office with my college address, i am from AP and now i am working in kolkata. I want the address in passport be changed to my permanent residential address ...
I work for an architectural firm in NYC, I was wondering if I'll lose my job: how do the immigration will know that I'm not working for that employer anymore?
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How can two U.S. citizens get married in the Philippines?
Due to exterme circumstances we are unable to get married in the U.S. We want to get married civily. He is a naturalized Filipino and US born citizen. I'm a naturalized US citizen and Peru-born citizen. We are both twenty years old, but due to the Filipino law we can't get married in the Philippines without parental consent since we are under twenty-five, which we are not able to receive. I was wondering if it is possible to get married in the US Embassy. What are the requirements and fees?
In order for me to stay in the Philippines we need to get married since we will staying there for five years for educational purposes and then head back to the US.
No, I'm afraid you can't get married at the US embassy. they don't perform marriages. So, unfortunately, if you can't get married under Filipino law, you won't be able to get married in the Philippines.