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If a dutch guy married in the Philippines.Can he get married to other country without annulment of his first married?

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Answered 2013-11-23 19:48:39

That would be the crime of bigamy. If the marriage is legal in one country, it is considered legal pretty much everywhere else in the world.

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Contact the state were you live or were married about an annulment.


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.Catholic AnswerA Catholic may not "remarry" ever if he is still validly married to a living person. An annulment is a Church declaration that no valid marriage ever took place, so that person would be free to marry. If a Catholic is married, he may not remarry anyone as long as he is married. Marriage is lifelong, and that is the way that God made it, and men are unable to change it.


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Yes at least in the UK they can without permission. It will depend what Country you are in I suppose.


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If you get married in a country other than the US.


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