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  • Mozak - the euro is the most acceptable currency here or second the USD. Don't exchange a lot at once as you may be left with dinar that you cannot exchange once you leave the country. As Alethia says, the government fixes the er but be careful at…
  • Read away.............
  • Kimmo - it should be ok but you may want to check with the embassy to ensure. the laws here change at the drop of a hat and what is legally acceptable today may not be tomorrow
  • Alethia is correct - there are many police here who are married to foreigners and yes they must resign when they get that precious visa!!! But you should also be aware that the foreign 'wife' will also be investigated so her record should be spotle…
  • I am not sure if this document would be accepted. Why can't the Indian embassy supply you with a single status document? Or perhaps it is possible for you to have the document witnessed and certified and notarised by the embassy there.
  • Ermmmm - just so you know the young men in Jendouba are known for this - scamming older foreign women! Don't argue with me I live here and I know this society You will be dependent on him as you cannot have a job here. Any job rightfully goes to …
  • I would think it would be more successful if you were married and apply for a spouse visa.
  • Mozak - we do not have religious ceremony in the mosque. It is a contract which both of you sign and can be done at the municipality or by a notaire in the home. Your birth certificate should be the original - I don't know the difference but perha…
  • Maria - just so you know......Tunisia is not that safe either at the moment! You can come here visa free for 3 months but would advise you to be careful where you stay and in what region. Also please take seriously your government's warning adviso…
  • Oh Jihad here you are yet again!!! She has to apply for you and she should gather all the information from Lithuania and then she can tell you what you need to do.
  • Yolo - how did all the many unmarried Tunisians get a visitor visa???
  • Adrienne - in fact you should divorce as soon as you can because your Tunisian fiance cannot marry you until you have been divorced for 3 months and 1 day exactly! Sorry to disagree Alethia but it doesn't matter whether or not the intended spouse i…
  • Hatta - you need to contact the Tunisian embassy to find out if you can have permission to marry here. I think now it will be possible and you can come as a tourist
  • Walid - I have no idea about Icelandic regulations in regard to foreign marriages. I am sure she knows and if she doesn't then she is in the best country to find out surely?? I would not have thought that the decision to give you residence of Icel…
  • Corallaw - I have answered this question so so many times. There are so many threads but here it is again: You wil need: Original birth certificate no older than 21 days before date of marriage Certificate of no Impediment - document stating that …
  • Adrienne - he must wait 3 months before he can re-marry and you must be divorced for at least 4 months. There is no such thing as city hall here - each region has its own local municipality. You need original documents but they can be copied and c…
  • The dox she will need if you marry in Tunisia are: Birth certificate no older than 21 days before date of marriage If married previously, documents of divorce Certificate stating that she is single and able to marry Passport You must both have bloo…
  • Salem Mozak - here are the dox you will need: 1. Certificate stating that you are single and free to marry 2. Birth certificate not older than 21 days before date of marriage 3. Passport 4. Proof of religion - you can have this from the Imam of…
  • This is not a forum to discuss personal lives but rather a travel forum. I have been married to Tunsie for many years, lived her for many years.............I see the world through Oriental/Occidental eyes and mentality. Hakeka!!
  • G......you can sure talk the talk but you and me both know that what is real is not what you have written. Don't put sugar on this, young men here DO NO MARRY OLD WOMEN!!! This is the first thing foreigners should understand. This is not our cult…
  • look - I see the comments from the other thread for you. You should know that it is not normal for a young man here to marry a woman twice his age. All men here want children, especially sons. 'love' here is a different concept than in the west. …
  • And you know guerradios that she don't want to live in Tunisia because our lifestyle is not like Europe or US and she can't live with him outside of marriage and you know that the Tunisian can go to jail for that!!
  • Ooooof - make sure you comply also with what Tunisia wants!!!!
  • Bouhmid - email is lesley.khedhiri@hotmail.com
  • You need to have your blood tests done here.......they don't accept them from another country. What I told you is that if you have certified copies then you can keep the originals. I have all my original dox with certified copies so that I can pro…
  • Bachi - I see you are studying Islam. Then you will know that loyalty is first to Allah, then the Mother so his standing up for you won't last long!!
  • guerradios - you should make sure that you get all your original documents back. The authorities will take the stamped copies. I gave you the info on inbox
  • Maria - you do understand the situation right now in N.Africa and the M.E.?? Tunisia is on high alert. Your boyfriend knows exactly what he has to do.........why are you concerned, he should be doing all the work
  • We are more than a mine!! Right now your Algeria boyfriend may well need to have residency in Tunisia to marry here. The border between Algeria and Tunisia is carefully monitored these days so he may not even get over the border.
  • lookinforluv - I am glad you are taking my advice. Dating is a western thing. I do suggest that you try to find out as much as you can about Islam. Dating here consists here of meeting for cofee with the girl usually chaperoned by a family member…