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CheersTerry

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  • Re: I met a Tunisian man online and I need advice from the ladies and men who live there, please!

    That's my worry too. In situations like this it is always best to be 100% separate and independent - especially for accommodation.

    Reserve a room in a decent hotel close to where he lives so you always have a safe personal space nearby.

    Cheers,
    Terry
  • Re: I met a Tunisian man online and I need advice from the ladies and men who live there, please!

    The chances of this being a "real" relationship are of course miniscule, but happy accidents do (rarely) happen.

    So long as you maintain your common sense (which, thank God, you're doing... unlike so many others) then you have nothing to lose. Whether he can arrange a Tourist Visa to come visit you (very doubtful) or whether you go visit him (very easy) simply stay on the path you are now and don't turn into one of the sad idiots who so often get taken for a ride by a sweet talking, exotic, handsome foreign lad.

    I'll wager you haven't done much international travel so a visit to Tunisia (and a few interesting places coming and going) could be a great adventure. Continue to protect yourself as you've been doing thus far and who knows what will happen. Never waiver from your common sense and street smarts though.

    Happy travels and good luck.

    Cheers,
    Terry
  • Re: schengen visa rejection

    @ahmedmurtaja, that's fabulous news. Congratulations.

    @Alethia is a treasure.

    Cheers,
    Terry
  • Re: Tunisia to Algeria by car

    "... so if i take my son there to see his grandparents and family what your saying is that my husband can keep him there im bit confused and worried..."

    Yes, that's exactly what they're saying!

    Cheers,
    Terry
  • Re: Marriage for Saudi national

    "... Even I don't know whole side of story..."

    Then with all due respect, why are you pursuing this?

    I really don't understand why the guy who's actually living in Saudi Arabia can't simply investigate his legal situation directly...

    Cheers,
    Terry