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#1 Jul 2nd, 2008, 01:10
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Hi
I am indian citizen and i m in love wid romanian gal ,we know each other from 1 1/2 year and we love each oder a lot and we decided to marry now .. and here main problem starts

we are going throu many many forums about visa to india

she wanted to come india this month and our plan is dat we wil marry asap

but some1 told us they dont give visa on da basis of net relations..and dey will refuse her da visa if she will tel truthand also if they see 1 gal is going alone dey dont give visa easily

ofcourse she will apply for tourist visa but wat she should say to embassy dat dey give her da visa easily??
bcoz i asked one couple wid same problem dey said dey screw a lot..
so plzz advice a best solution for our problem as we eevn dont have big money

and also when she come to india how to register marriage in india so dat her visa could be xtended

i will really appreciate ur help i am in big trouble now a days so plzz help me

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#2 Jul 2nd, 2008, 01:18
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my fren in kolkata married a gal from holland after meetin her on da net. now dey are separated.
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Originally Posted by singsub View Post my fren in kolkata married a gal from holland after meetin her on da net. now dey are separated.
we cant compare relations ... just bcoz some ppl did stupidity it never meant distant relations dont go far

anyways it seems to be off topic
sorry for that but i need help
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well if my fren got married to a gal from holland, it means dat single gals from europe can indeed travel to india to get hitched. doesnt dat answer your question. btw, congrats for managing to correctly infer dat my fren's marriage broke up due to stupidity !!
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Originally Posted by singsub View Post well if my fren got married to a gal from holland, it means dat single gals from europe can indeed travel to india to get hitched. doesnt dat answer your question. btw, congrats for managing to correctly infer dat my fren's marriage broke up due to stupidity !!
hmmmm.. i got u wat bout oders problem regarding visa bcoz she enquired in indian embassy in romania dey r not giving visas on net basis so wat shud she say to dem so dey give visa easily ... i mean any alternative

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Hi Cristinct, and welcome to IndiaMike.

1) She should be able to get a tourist visa. She doesn't have to mention your relationship at all. If, however, she has already mentioned this to the embassy, she may have now made things harder on herself.
2) This isn't normally a problem for single women traveling.
3) How to proceed from there I don't know. It's unclear if you could get married, then change her status to a more permanent one. It may mean she will have to return home first after your marriage, then apply for a new visa on that basis. It gets discussed more often on this site so you can search around for it, it's just unclear to me what the regulations are. Try also http://immigrationindia.nic.in/

ps Finally, kindly avoid using SMS/text speak on this forum. We have visitors from all over the world, and to many just plain English is hard enough to follow.
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The above posts are so difficult to read that I'm sure many will have given up and moved on before reaching the end. Or is it just me?
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No, it's not just you, it's a natural result of writing in gobbledegook. I normally can't be bothered to even try and decipher it & will just browse away; this time I had a heart
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No more SMS language PLEASE. I absolutely will not read any posts in this unintelligible gibberish.
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Thank You!
That was indeed painful reading.
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Something I'm never so sure about though: I imagine these are mostly young (or not-so-young) kids. They may be highly fluent in a localized Hinglish version of SMS (no, I can't even read it without substantial effort in any language I know). It could be that without it, they might have as much difficulty expressing themselves, and be as little understood, in any variety of formal English.

So I'll give them that much benefit of the doubt, and I think it's a language issue too. Conversely, our Romanian etc. visitors will suffer from the same drawbacks, they manage to make themselves understood, so it's little excuse in itself (and English may be a lot harder to them than to our average literate Indian member). It would help if people had a basic realization that in order to get an answer one needs to pose the question clearly and understandably first.

Anyway, maybe someone has an answer to the original poster's questions
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Originally Posted by dzibead View Post No more SMS language PLEASE. I absolutely will not read any posts in this unintelligible gibberish.
These days many people from the younger generation in India feel that using SMS type language on message boards/forums is "cool".

You may have noticed that almost all the posters who have used this type of gibberish are from India.
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I got an email from the head of an Indian organisation yesterday asking for my involvement in a project.


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With reference to our correspondence in May 2008, Please urgently advise following:

a) will u be interested....

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Ummm.... Seems to me that the best way to get denied a tourist visa is to give your reason for traveling to India as, "I met a guy on the internet and I want to marry him." Perhaps try one of the normal reasons people come to India as a tourist? To visit friends, to visit historic sites, to learn a languages, etc.?

As for the registering the marriage, I don't have personal info to add on that, but there seem to be a lot of threads on the same subject.
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