what are the requirements to get a LETTER OF NO OBJECTION from Phil. Embassy?

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Namaste!!!!!!!!

I am Filipina going to marry in India to my Indian bf. Is there anyone who can advice about requirements to get a LETTER OF NO OBJECTION from emabssy? Are passport and birth certificate enough already to get the letter of no objection?
Please, please,please.....help meeeeeeeee
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No objection to what? Marrying an Indian?
Because as far as I know it's not illegal for a Philippina to marry an Indian.
Or are you worried that you won't get a visa to visit India, because why would you have to tell the embassy you were getting married unless you plan to stay there. In which case it might be better to get married first and then go for the residency.
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LETTER OF NO OBJECTION is required for marriage application.Do you know anyone who got married with the same situation, I mean, foreign and India? I have given up law school, religion for him. My family cannot stop me. I just don't want to go there not able to figure out the requirements
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jansy... does your country issue any sort of certificate that you are single and eligible to marry?

That is the purpose of this bit of paper. In many countries, such as my own, there is no such thing, but, subject to some tedious rules, the British government will issue a 'no objection' cert.

If, by any chance, you have been married before, and are divorced, then the divorce papers will do, although it sounds as if you may be too young to be going for second marriage.
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Yea, there is. Do I have to get it authenticated, Nick? Thanks, you are here to sort things out. Heheheh....I am freaking out. Is passport an dbirth certificate not enough to prove my singleness?:
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Everybody gets born, so a birth certificate does not prove you to be single! .

Would have thought that same goes for a passport, although different nations include different details.

If there is any official cert in your country which says, "this person is single", that's what you need. Go for it!

If it's official to begin with, why should it need further "authentication"?

I am not a lawyer. I did marry an Indian, taking along an affidavit (actually, a 'statutory declaration' which is, in UK, a step more serious than an affidavit) which our registrar didn't want to see. Best to be prepared though.
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A certificate of nomarriage record here is hard to get. Lots of people lining up for it, and it takes weeks. What about getting an affidavit of singleness from here signed by a judge, would that be enough?
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Jansy, you really are confusing by posting about the same thing in so many different threads. It does not help in getting answers, and it is against the site rules.

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A certificate of nomarriage record here is hard to get. Lots of people lining up for it, and it takes weeks.
Sorry, but that is exactly what is being asked for. The sooner you start...
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hi jansy,,,

posted some reply on one of thread you posted, pls do check it,.. no need to post same issue on diff threads ok?... you just confuse ppl,,.. no need to freak out,, think properly..
first you have to consider few things before coming here,,esp. you`ve said you parents are not ok w/ it?
is his family ok with you? did he already said to his family that his gonna marry you,, coz old ppl here are not that open in such case(their son marrying a foreigner) even though there`s a lot nowadays,.., second if you guys have to stay here are you willing to do things on their terms esp religion coz after the marriage you oblige to do such things,,.. it`s a must!


think girl!!! think wisely!!!..
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Do not get excited. Tackle problems as they come.
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OH sorry. Well, my mom likes him. My sisters don't. When I said yes to him, it meant everything including religion. My sisters are abroad, they are tempting me to study law which was my dream.But, life isn't about differences, nor about fame and money, in the end, we will all seek for love, life is about happiness and contentment, after all. Nobody wants to be poor, to be in a hard situation, we just have to learn contentment to be happy, it doesn't mean not dreaming but taking it one step at a time. We can have everything in the world, our souls will always be hungry on something.

Giving up everything, a future life in the US with my family, law school, religion for him is a life's decision. If I have to be a Hindu, SO BE IT. I hope his family will accept me. His cousins and sister knows already. They are waiting for my arrival. Im crossing my fingers.....
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take it easy girl,, all will be well(hope so?) hehehe juz kiddin` .. well, bring as much impt docs you have along w/ u. get a visa, and then see how ur bf can arrange for your marriage,. one friendly advice dont get too xcited about it coz u may not know what will happen to you when you reach here.
am not talking about my xperience coz my husband made sure that his family knows about me and accept me before even coming here so when i reached they are ready,, and now i have a good family..,, just saying `bout few instances that i`ve seen even they are both indian the bride or wife still do experience not so nice things from the guy or husband part,,,
so be well prepared for it and gurl ask for parents blessing before leaving phil ok?
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I am working on it, girl. They are accepting it now, I guess they know for a fact just how stubborn I am. They wanted me to marry an American guy, who calls me for 5 yrs, when he proposed, I said no, I don't love you, period. My father went ballistic over it. He will tell his parents next month. Should I get an NBI clearance, police clearance, voter's ID or affidavit, and what else? Hope things will be fine. What is it like to live there, meeting the parents for the first time? So you got converted to Hinduism first before getting married, right? What was the process of conversion?
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guardaivy, with respect for the fact that you are taking your time and effort to give advice... please do not use sms abbreviations in your posts. Please spell out words like you, with, people, because.

It's just a few more keystrokes, and it means all our members will understand you and not be annoyed!
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oppss so sorry `bout that nick,, thanks for telling

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