Foreigner marrying a Nepali

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But for how long do the Nepali citizens have that right? In 2014, the two governments did agree to review the treaty and modify it to reflect the current circumstances. From my recent trip to Nepal, the level of resentment towards India and, in particular, Modi government is high. And, it would not be surprising if the ‘review’ did happen...
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Originally Posted by Govindpuri View Post What a round about way.
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Originally Posted by kmalik View Post But for how long do the Nepali citizens have that right? In 2014, the two governments did agree to review the treaty and modify it to reflect the current circumstances. From my recent trip to Nepal, the level of resentment towards India and, in particular, Modi government is high. And, it would not be surprising if the ‘review’ did happen...


Not surprising given that the Maoists &Marxist Leninist government, they thrive on blaming others for their failure to govern. Modi is a perfect decoy. Unfortunately their patron saint has moved to klepto-capitalism without the burden of parliamentary democracy !

The transparent border and trade of goods of the between India and itself is it's only option !
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Originally Posted by kmalik View Post But for how long do the Nepali citizens have that right? In 2014, the two governments did agree to review the treaty and modify it to reflect the current circumstances. From my recent trip to Nepal, the level of resentment towards India and, in particular, Modi government is high. And, it would not be surprising if the ‘review’ did happen...
Nothing happened. The resentment is perpetuated by the government and the media. Nepal is a badly governed country with no prospects for people.

The only progress I have noticed in Kathmandu in the last 30 years are:-
No drunk driving
No honking
24 hour electricity.
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FAQ on Marriage Visa from the Nepalese Department of Immigration.

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Do I need to bring my Nepali spouse (husband/wife) every time I apply for visa renewal?


Yes. It is mandatory that your spouse be present every time you renew your visa.


Can I work under a Marriage Visa?


You are eligible to work only after obtaining a work/labour permit. The Department of Immigration can facilitate the process by forwarding you work permit application to our line ministry (The Ministry of Home Affairs) after acquiring necessary documents from you. You will then have to go through the Ministry of Home Affairs to the Department of Labour fulfilling all the necessary procedures of each institution.


Can I apply for work/labour permit without having a job at hand?


No. You can apply only after you have a job at hand or after getting an offer from a potential employer.
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Hmm... It looks like some good can come from knowing about baseball. I never would have thought it!
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Actually, the resentment was more driven by the Indian blockade siding with the tarai population in their agitation against the changes in the constitution. And, yes - denials aside, it was a blockade.

On the progress or lack thereof, I am not an expert. And, one trip hardly makes me qualified to opine on it. That said, I did hear from multiple sources that the comrades are less corrupt. And, the little public spending I did see seemed to be a cut above the comparable state of Uttarakhand, which is very poorly run - both in terms of corruption and ideas.

But - the above are simply first impressions, and I could be very wrong. My sense is that they were managing their poverty and environment better. We noticed a lack of plastic bags in Pokhara, for instance. Of course, it is banned in Uttarakhand but reality is quite different. Unfortunately, the wasteful consumer goods packaging is part of the landscape, but we saw less plastic on the trails than in India. In that small way, I did find it better managed.
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Haha, I never thought any good would come of knowing about baseball, and I was an RA* for 26 years!
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Originally Posted by Nick-H View Post Hmm... It looks like some good can come from knowing about baseball. I never would have thought it!
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Baseball can explain a lot of complex things like -
  • Indian politicians party switching
  • ...
  • ...
  • Trumpettes and Trumpians
  • Brexitians and Brexitetts
  • ....
  • Sex

You think Soccer can ? Come on guys a sport with names like 'silly mid on' or 'long on' can explain mysteries of life and Modi or Jholawalis

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