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  • @nazilicious - so you asked a 'British' lawyer. Is he aware of the laws of Tunisia. @Alethia is giving you the correct information! It is much easier to marry in Tunisia if your fiance brings his British papers - believe me!! The Turkish dox can…
  • @pedro_tun - normally the bureau de poste in your area will have a section for Fedex/quick mail etc. If you can't see the desk then just ask which one it is!! They will give you the envelope to address, they will give you a receipt which will have…
  • @pedro_tun - if you send the invitation by Fedex (not the quick post), you can request signature c.o.d. You can then track the dox on the Fedex website and see the signature. This will be the proof. In any case you are going to have to do 3 invit…
  • @pedro_tun - the notaire should have sent the invitation by Fedex and have the receipt signed by your wife. This should be given to the court as it is proof of the invitation. Even they refuse the divorce you can still apply for a 2nd court hearin…
  • @mariahamza - your friend will need exactly the same dox as any other nationality. Please see the thread - Documents needed for marriage in Tunisia. Here you will find all the information you need. If you have further questions then I'll be happ…
  • @johnlandis - you don't need a monthly income but you must bring into the country an amount equivalent to tnd10,000 annually. You also need to prove that you can support yourself as there are no facilities for 'welfare' for foreigners.
  • Hi Mozak. Yes you will still need a visa but it will be easier for you now to get it. As the spouse of a Tunisian national you should be sponsored by your wife and or her family. Her father can do this and advise that you will stay in the family …
  • @tiffany - actually I try very hard to help all sorts of people of every gender from every nation around the world. I live in Tunisia, it is my home, it is where I live and I like very much to encourage all to visit. However, I will not hold back …
  • Praying for peace on this tiny blob in a huge universe. Happy holidays to all
  • @mariahhamza - you need to be mighty careful. In Islam the father is considered the rightful parent and guardian of the children of the marriage whether the wife is Muslim or not. He can get a passport for this yet to be born child and take it bac…
  • @xtinesam - you are wrong in that Australia is the cheapest option!! Our medical costs are very, very expensive and unless a citizen holds private health insurance the waiting list is extremely long............as a visitor you will be asked to pay …
  • @xtinesam - ok so given that you have family in Australia (if that is true) you will never get a visa! Australia considers this the biggest threat to visa overstay! Sorry but those are the facts.
  • @xtinesam - I'm laughing sorry! Have you read the requirements for asylum in Australia? Have you read the requirements for medical treatment? Why would you want to come to Australia- it's probably the furthest country from where you live!!
  • @cookie1995 - there is no Jason Smith!! As @Alethia and @CheersT have said this is a scam usually coming from Nigeria or Ghana although it does happen from Pakistan and Senegal. There is no Dr Johnson............Stop believing this rubbish.
  • @mozak - Mabrouk (barcha)!!! Inchallah your marriage will be happy and wonderful!
  • @mariahamza - of course they can be married in Algeria and it is not hard. She just needs to get all her documents together (like you did) and have them translated (as you did). The requirements for marriage in Algeria are almost identical to thos…
  • @Tunsi - please look at the thread 'Papers needed for marriage in Tunisia' - it will give you all the information you need. There are so many threads that tell you what you need, but I have copied it for you below: So many ask - so rather than kee…
  • @guerradios - you will have to have your permit translated..........as Alethia says ask your wife.
  • inspirit - you can try to see someone in the ministry of etrangers or justice but I doubt very much that anyone will even be interested to talk to you. As Mozak has told you - once rejected it will be impossible
  • Tunisia is very wary of Pakistani citizens who want a visa. Our country has a very high unemployment rate plus we are very concerned with the problem of terrorism. As Alethia has advised he can reapply but it is very unlikely he will be granted a …
  • @michaline2016 - if your marriage is not registered in Australia I don't think that there is a way you can divorce in Aus (I'm an Aussie who is on holiday in Australia but live in Tunisia). In order for you to marry in Tunis you will need divorce d…
  • @michaline2016 - did you register your marriage with births/deaths/marriages. If so it is easy for you to file for divorce in Australia. As @Alethia has explained this is not a problem and your husband must have the divorce noted on this birth cer…
  • All your husband needs to do is to have the marriage noted on his birth certificate. In this case he only needs to take the contract to the embassy and they will issue him with a new birth certificate. This is all that needs to happen
  • @ulwldlk2knw - it is difficult to get a Tunisian a visitor visa because most countries know that the Tunisian will overstay or become illegal! Yes, lots of foreign women marry in Tunisia. You still need all the same paperwork as anyone else regard…
  • @anndivorce - Alethia is absolutely correct. However, you do not automatically get a certificate of divorce and in this he is correct. He must go to the Dept. of Finance and pay the fees and they will provide him with the document. This is the la…
  • Alabane - right now it's difficult for a Libyan to have a visa to Tunisia but I want to ask why you would want to leave Canada for Tunisia?? Mostly the Tunisians want to leave and go to Canada or anywhere else.
  • Islam - I have sent you an email as you asked for. Exactly the same at what Alethia has told you.
  • @Alethia - you are expert in immi, I am a local but I think we know what we are talking about. She thinks Tunisia is a beautiful country looool!!! She doesn't live here, never been here but I'm sure she is right yes? I wish her good luck........…
  • Ohhhhhhh now I get it..........he's one of the 'friends'. Do you understand that they come in groups and if one of them can't then the others will try. You've already been conned twice! Believe me here he should be earning money only they are very,…