Indian wants to marry an Iranian Girl

#1 Oct 4th, 2016, 13:00
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Dear All ,

I am an Indian residing in India. I married to an Iranian girl herein India in 2014 which was a mosque marriage. I obtained a nikah Nama from the mosque , we married at.We couldn't register the Nikah Nama because of time constraint and differences in our family. She overstayed in India and was deported by the Indian FRRO. They did not accept our Nikah Nama as it wasn't registered. Now , my wife in in Iran and I am in India. My sincere question here is : how can I get my wife back to India as she was deported. I want to have a registered marriage ceremony and life my life. Anyone cab help me please . Sincere Regards 🙏🏼
#2 Feb 7th, 2017, 08:33
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try to ask her to get a new passport and then apply for a fresh visa. Then go to frro and register for a x visa with your marriage certificate.
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I probably don't need to tell you how foolish it was not to have registered that marriage in time. As she was deported, new passport or not, she will have a hard time getting another visa to enter India. You can try explaining the situation but if the mountain doesn't come to Moses, Moses will have to trek to the mountain---> you might have to go to Iran to arange the marriage, formalize it, have it recognised by the Consulate of India, then request an X-visa for her and return with your wife.
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Originally Posted by dillichaat View Post ... you might have to go to Iran to arange the marriage, formalize it, have it recognised by the Consulate of India, then request an X-visa for her and return with your wife.
(Don't forget to mention a conversion to Islam first, to be entitled to marry in Iran).
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Indeed, a small detail (I had overlooked the posters' name). He's in good company though, acquaintance of mine (european) married a girl of Indian/Pakistani origin who is also a muslim, he had to convert to get her father's blessing. They both enjoy a glass of wine, although she does fast during ramadan and doesn't eat pork. I guess I'll just stay in my atheist vegetarian corner where life is simple.
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I shan't even comment on the religious aspects.

However, I will say how surprised I am that you spent all that considerable time, effort and energy, all those years ago, seeking out Indian non-toxic cast-iron pots and pans to park in your "simple vegetarian corner". A plain vanilla old 'Le Creuset' stockpot would have sufficed.
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OK, confession time: when I came to India, back in 2008, I still ate meat occasionally though I never was a carnivore like my beloved wife. I switched over gradually and since a number of years I only eat veg (though I still have cheese and eggs). I'm impressed that you remember but indeed, I spent an inordinate amount of time looking for those cast iron pots in India, then finally almost busted a gut lugging +- 15 kilo of raw cast iron pots and skillets from Europe to India. They're now in everyday use, back in Brussels and will probably outlive me. It's not the same as the Creuset stuff, with those the enamel layer is prone to damage following repeated thermal shock. When cooking for my wife, I do use them to prepare meat (searing) but obviously clean them out thoroughly before cooking my veg things. Besides, seared caramelized endives are a delicacy Added advantage: I don't need iron supplements.
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It's hard to forget an articulate and passionate exposition on matters 'gastronomique'.

The Belgian endives sound enticing!
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The Belgian endives sound enticing!
They cost Michael Dukakis the election: http://www.independent.org/newsroom/article.asp?id=352

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Michael Dukakis suggested, during the Iowa primary campaign, that U.S. farmers should consider the production of alternative products such as Belgian endive. This proposal that farmers experiment with new types of agriculture has elicited snickers ever since...

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