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  • oh you can't imagine how happy I am!! I am waiting.........
  • @Alethia @amedaj ......oh thsnk goodness I was beginning to think that the bezness boys weren't out there anymore.
  • @ClaireMo ..... it is very expensive and there are very few areas that tourists can visit. go with the advice that @Alethia has given you
  • we have answered this question so many times. you should check out the Tunisia thread. but here it is again 1. original birth certificate not older than 21 days prior to contract 2. certificate of single status and ability to marry. 3. pass…
  • @secretgirl . you do not understand the Arab mentality . this is a game they all play with mostly foreign desperate in love females. no Egyptian girl would accept this behaviour. get a life find a good Irish lad and enjoy a calm and happy life
  • interesting that you have a penchant for Tunisians. your fiance will need to register her divorce which is easy. I presume that she is in the Netherlands? she should take her divorce doc to the Tunisian embassy and they will register and then add i…
    in Dutch Divorce Comment by Lesley July 10
  • @Megan11 .....if I csll the good doctor do you think he can make me a millionaire. get off this site it's not for bogus sharmans
  • @mia2727 - the Consulate was unresponsive because it was Ramadan and then 4 days for the Eid holiday. You should have known this if 'he' is a Muslim which I presume he is.
  • @Sihem - 3aychek ogtee......mich mouchkaleh
  • @Sihem nchallah mabrouk. I agree with @Alethia . your fiance should get his certificate in Turkey. it will be accepted without a problem. also I have just been advised that certificate de naissance must be in French....this is for you as well. I …
  • @ADIL1991 . I am not taking you seriously. a Tunisian girl would never consider to be s 2nd wife and her family would not allow it. even so you would need to provide proof that you are single and able to marry. so take your sharia somewhere else be…
  • @soceans . great itinerary! now a little advice....sometimes immigration will ask you why you want to go to some of the sites and what do you expect to see. So study the areas and know what you are going to see there. fingers all xXxX for your visa
  • @Arsh . remember to declare your foreign currency to Mimi when you enter. this is s requirement for foreigners. it also ensures that you can then exchange up to this amount on departure
  • @soceans . you should really look at the links to find out if your itinerary is realistic. make choices that include your hobbies or interests. Australia is s very big place and you should understand that travel is always by air unless you have a …
  • @CheersTerry ...I believe I believe. Give me your credit card number and I'll deposit
  • Why would a ceo contact a stranger and ask for money?? sometimes I wonder about levels of intelligence
  • @Alethia . Yes you are right. I checked Too!! Don't think I would do it here though for obvious reasons
  • @Aliciaa . Good luck finding an Airbnb. Don't think they are here yet. However you do have to pay a departure tax of TND30. I think you need to do a lot of research if you want to visit here. If you come on your own which area will you visit. …
  • @Aliciaa .....RUN. this guy is spinning you. The only nearly truth is that you should register with the police. If you stay in a hotel they would normally register you. This is for your safety only. DO NOT PAY FOR ANYTHING. He is what we csll a bez…
  • @tsy_simon , I only just saw this post sorry. Well I would be even more suspicious now.i .live in Bizerte and this is a typical storyfrom here! Nchallah mabrouk and keep your eyes open. for you info.....you are expected to provide your wife with g…
  • @tonyasmith . I have to agree with @Alethia in all that she advises. I live in Tunisia and have for many years, however the lifestyle here in North Avrica is not for the faint hearted. Life can be very difficult especially for young men.....high une…
  • @mjyasin you will never succeed to have a visa for Tunisia. I would like to l know your reasons for wanting to come to Tunis
  • @tsy_simon . I can't tell you if this is scam or not. However Tunisian families like s good match for their daughters and preference is for wealthy professional man. They don't care where you take her as long as she has the best of everything and ca…
  • @tsy_simon . I will agree totally with @Alethia .this girl cannot adapt to a life in Japan and if she wears hikes it will be even worse as Japanese are quite racist. You have been to Tunis so you have seen for yourself how we live. If you really w…
  • @crispy ....your marriage to a tunisian gives you the right for permanent residency. This is called carte de sejour. You can have this from the embassy or from any police station in Tunisia. You will need your original birth certificate, marriage co…
  • @dasha083 , @Alethia is 100%correct. Your UK divorce is legal in Tunisia and he knows it. He did not send you any papers. I am sure that he has a copy of the divorce papers but never had this put on nis birth certificate. Perhaps he wants to re mar…
  • @Zoumane if you travel on an Algerian passport you will be denied entry. you can be married at the municipality and the fees are low. You could also have a notaire do this. He will draw up the contract. Depending on the locality the fee can e any…
  • @SamWilso .... take the train from London KingsX direct to Edinburgh. It is a much more comfortable journey than the bus. The station is in the heart of the city and renovated to high standards.
  • @Halifax ...... it is so much easier to go to any police station where they will extend your visa. The fine for now is tnd10 for each week overstay and can be paid at any departure point, in cash.
  • @Halifax . There is no Cni issued here and your fiance will have to shop around, which will take time or have a notaire attest to the fact that he is single. As you rightly point out all life events are noted on our birth certificates. Just as an…