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  • eolhc - both can do exactly the same job! All the lawyer does is have a notaire prepare the letter of invitation and they do not go to the court on your behalf, only on the last invitation and then they will send only a clerk. It's her choice real…
    in Divorce Comment by Lesley August 2
  • eolhc - I have to say that I agree with Alethia - busy??? No such thing here to be honest, especially when it comes to the male of the species. However this is what has to happen - he can have a notaire send what we call a 'divorce invitation' to …
    in Divorce Comment by Lesley August 1
  • Libby - if he goes to the local municipality they will give him the names of translators and he can then take his documents to the beladiya who will certify for him. Kef is a big city (my Mother in law family from there) and there are quite a few t…
  • Prasad, thank you for promoting tourism to Tunisia but I don't understand your question very well. Do you want information on the Sousse festival or about terrorism in general? If you wish to send me an email then I will be happy to answer any que…
  • Over the last couple of years we have had dozens of "terrorists" arrested here so it's very interesting that this one made the news. However, reading the comments of those Britons who were forced to leave shows that we are serious about fighting te…
  • Alethia - politically motivated in that we won democracy, against all odds. By attacking tourists in Tunisia Daesh (Islamic State) are trying to destabilise our economy. Tourists contribute over 15% of our income annually so it is very important t…
  • We still think it is safe here but everyone should take the advice of their own governments in regard to travel warnings. It is so sad that this has happened here, but it is definitely politically motivated. We are the only 'Islamic' country that …
  • Wren - really I am very happy with your decision!! Please feel free to ask me anything and I will respond quickly.
  • Wren - what I can tell you is this: all of us as Tunisians are sad but also very angry that this happened to our treasured guests. We are angry with our government that they did not do as they told us they would to protect our tourists and visitor…
  • Jinesh - if your colleague has been granted a 3 month single entry visa that means he can stay for 90 days. I don't know what you mean with maximum stay of 20 days?? If he needs to extend a visa he must go to a police station with all his documents
  • Ah - thanks Alethia
  • Warrior - Alethia is correct, there is no such thing as a religious marriage in Tunisia. It is a civil marriage (a contract which is signed by both parties). No such thing as in Islamic Fashion!! It is purely and simply a contract between the two…
  • Sareer24 - it is cheap and very quick to get your dox translated with any translator in Tunisia. I think that you don't understand the service from the Brit embassy - they will give you names that are authorised by the embassy to translate document…
  • Xiao - oops, sorry, I just realised that as a South Korean you can enter Tunisia visa free!! So you can safely arrive and your passport will be stamped with your visa. Hope that you have a good conference.
  • xiao - I have to agree with Alethia. The responsibility for your visa lies with the conference organisers, however, if you contact the embassy and explain that you are delivering a paper at an international conference being held in Tunisia I am pre…
  • Libby - why does she need an appointment at the embassy?? The birth certificate can be obtained easily within 21 days of date of marriage but if it is a few days either side that is not a problem. There are many translators in all our cities, but …
  • Hi Kerryd..........yes there can be an issue with military service. All males in Tunisia over the age of 18 must fulfill 2 years of military service. This won't stop him getting a visa to the UK (which is hard enough in itself) but he may be stopp…
  • Sareer - I'm not sure I understand completely the question. Which embassy are you making an appointment with? Are you going to the UK embassy in Tunis or the Tunisian embassy? If you get your CONI in the UK then you only need to have it translate…
  • Renee1010 - are you a scammer as well??? There is no way for this to be legit. No jumping but the conclusions are obvious!!!
    in Nigerian scam Comment by Lesley May 8
  • Happy to help and great to know that all will be good.......inchallah mabrouk!
  • Really what??? Sweet - as in honey laced with arsenic????
  • Sareer - no you do not have to change your name back!! As long as you have all the necessary divorce documents there should be no problem. Make sure you get your certificate of no impediment - a doc issued by your home country that states you are …
  • Your fiance should be able to claim rights to the child by declaration. What problems are you having? He can go to the court for this
  • That is not a problem...........as long as you supply your original birth certificate, your original first marriage certificate and original divorce papers. these should all be translated and certified. The municipality are confused as here we kee…
  • Agree with Alethia, good idea to cover totally. Yes Oman is very, very hot in the summer.........temperatures will often exceed 50c. In this heat it is impossible to be outside.
  • marina - you can feel safe in Oman as a solo female, but you may get unwanted attention!! Please use common sense and wear very modest clothing - don't smoke in the street those sorts of things. Also Ramadan is in end of June this year so if you w…
  • Gwafy - I have your email and shall answer it, however, it must be your friend who starts this process although I am not hopeful. Is your friend a Tunisian citizen? If she is an expat here then there is little hope for you. Even if she is a tunis…
  • khawla - I have replied to your msg but you need to apply at the Lithuania Embassy. the closest is France
  • Peggy, I know we haven't given you the answers that you want but we have given you correct information.