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Would you get married and honeymoon in another country?

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2017-12-06 03:21:40
2017-12-06 03:21:40

No. Aside from passports, some countries don't recognize weddings as legal with or without legal papers, including changing your last name.

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No, you may not marry in one country if married in another. It would come up in an immigration hearing.


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Firstly, if the person is married in an another country and has come to a particular country illegally it is surely invalid to marry the person. Another thing, if the person is a citizen of that particular country in which he has married it is his right to first take a citizen of that country in which he is going to marry and then he can marry a person another to his own country.


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I think you mean marriage in another countRy. (A county is a subsection of the various States of the USA.) A lawful marriage in a country recognized by the USA would be accepted.


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