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My finance and I are looking for a goog annulment attorney with a good reputation of getting speedy annulment. It’s my understanding the right attorney can help speed it through as long as you are willing to pay. Can anyone suggest one with these abilities?

 Yes thanks so much. We really long to be together where I can provide her the life she deserves. Thank to all

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13 hours ago, Dman2019 said:

My finance and I are looking for a goog annulment attorney with a good reputation of getting speedy annulment. It’s my understanding the right attorney can help speed it through as long as you are willing to pay. Can anyone suggest one with these abilities?

 Yes thanks so much. We really long to be together where I can provide her the life she deserves. Thank to all

An annulment attorney for the USA or for their country, also what country are they from?

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36 minutes ago, Dman2019 said:

Sorry, looking for recommendations for Manila Philippines?

Can she get a ticket to Guam? Which would include a US Tourist Visa.

 

 Only need to be there 7 days and she can file for divorce  in Guam and it will get here free to marry for USCIS purpose

 

 

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Well maybe I don’t understand clearly. She is a Philipino and was married to a philipino man in the Philippines  So what your saying is she can go to Guam and file for a divorce there? And going to Guam will get her a US tourist Visa? The answer is yes we can easily get a ticket to Guam financial wise. She also has a Philippine passport. 

We are just trying to find the best and fastest way to work through this process. We love each other and want to be together. I’m here in America and my job only allows me to leave work a week at a time twice a year. So im sure you understand how much we miss each other. Now we Skype every day, but I want her here in America where we can be together in a much better environment. It’s extremely hard for her and it hurts me to see her struggle like this. Well enough for all of the. So does this fit what you are mentioning? So if she buys a ticket to Guam it provides a US tourist visa? So can she travel to the US with it? So to be clear if she goes to Guam and is there 7 days she can file for divorce?

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She would first need a US visa prior to going to Guam.


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On 7/24/2019 at 1:02 AM, Dman2019 said:

My finance and I are looking for a goog annulment attorney with a good reputation of getting speedy annulment. It’s my understanding the right attorney can help speed it through as long as you are willing to pay. Can anyone suggest one with these abilities?

 Yes thanks so much. We really long to be together where I can provide her the life she deserves. Thank to all

Update your profile and timeline so we know what country you are talking about. 

 

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9 hours ago, Dman2019 said:

Sorry, looking for recommendations for Manila Philippines?

Yes add that

 

3 hours ago, Dman2019 said:

Well maybe I don’t understand clearly. She is a Philipino and was married to a philipino man in the Philippines  So what your saying is she can go to Guam and file for a divorce there? And going to Guam will get her a US tourist Visa? The answer is yes we can easily get a ticket to Guam financial wise. She also has a Philippine passport. 

We are just trying to find the best and fastest way to work through this process. We love each other and want to be together. I’m here in America and my job only allows me to leave work a week at a time twice a year. So im sure you understand how much we miss each other. Now we Skype every day, but I want her here in America where we can be together in a much better environment. It’s extremely hard for her and it hurts me to see her struggle like this. Well enough for all of the. So does this fit what you are mentioning? So if she buys a ticket to Guam it provides a US tourist visa? So can she travel to the US with it? So to be clear if she goes to Guam and is there 7 days she can file for divorce?

Ignore the reference to Guam .. can't go there without a visa.   Chances of getting a tourist visa are almost as good as finding hens teeth.

 

As for annulment attorney, I might suggest talking with the people at the local registry as to who is a good attorney for annulment.

 

 


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4 hours ago, Dman2019 said:

Well maybe I don’t understand clearly. She is a Philipino and was married to a philipino man in the Philippines  So what your saying is she can go to Guam and file for a divorce there? And going to Guam will get her a US tourist Visa? The answer is yes we can easily get a ticket to Guam financial wise. She also has a Philippine passport. 

We are just trying to find the best and fastest way to work through this process. We love each other and want to be together. I’m here in America and my job only allows me to leave work a week at a time twice a year. So im sure you understand how much we miss each other. Now we Skype every day, but I want her here in America where we can be together in a much better environment. It’s extremely hard for her and it hurts me to see her struggle like this. Well enough for all of the. So does this fit what you are mentioning? So if she buys a ticket to Guam it provides a US tourist visa? So can she travel to the US with it? So to be clear if she goes to Guam and is there 7 days she can file for divorce?

She has to apply and get approved for a tourist visa to the USA, and then fly to Gaum.  Only needs to be there for 7 days and she can file for divorce.    This is an uphill battle to get approved for a US tourist visa.


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5 hours ago, Dman2019 said:

Well maybe I don’t understand clearly. She is a Philipino and was married to a philipino man in the Philippines  So what your saying is she can go to Guam and file for a divorce there? And going to Guam will get her a US tourist Visa? The answer is yes we can easily get a ticket to Guam financial wise. She also has a Philippine passport. 

We are just trying to find the best and fastest way to work through this process. We love each other and want to be together. I’m here in America and my job only allows me to leave work a week at a time twice a year. So im sure you understand how much we miss each other. Now we Skype every day, but I want her here in America where we can be together in a much better environment. It’s extremely hard for her and it hurts me to see her struggle like this. Well enough for all of the. So does this fit what you are mentioning? So if she buys a ticket to Guam it provides a US tourist visa? So can she travel to the US with it? So to be clear if she goes to Guam and is there 7 days she can file for divorce?

There are a few members here that have experience with annulment from PHL. But be warned, even with an attorney it takes a long time (I remember close to 2 years). We always tell people that immigration and fast does not go together. It is a realization that people must comes to terms with.

If your fiance can't get a US visitor visa (it is extremely hard for young Filipinas with American BFs to get visas) there are other places should could try where a divorce is recognized. Hong Kong being one and maybe even Mexico.

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Like that will happen ...   except on Fantasy Island.

 

 


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12 minutes ago, Unlockable said:

There are a few members here that have experience with annulment from PHL. But be warned, even with an attorney it takes a long time (I remember close to 2 years). We always tell people that immigration and fast does not go together. It is a realization that people must comes to terms with.

If your fiance can't get a US visitor visa (it is extremely hard for young Filipinas with American BFs to get visas) there are other places should could try where a divorce is recognized. Hong Kong being one and maybe even Mexico.

Most countries require you to live there for a period of time before you can file.  Gaum is the only area I know where you can get 7 day requirement for divorce and not have to live there. 

 

Guam is a good solutions also for expats living in Philippines whom want to seek a divorce

 

 


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Posted (edited)

An annulment in the Philippines will not be cheap and it will not be fast.

Edited by boris64

Not a newbie but lost my old info years ago) I have been through this process before --all the way through naturalization-- This site has always been a great help to me. 

 

 

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Several discussions about their annulment process:

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTVP1GOxNtIEOBswOlvKQEA/search?query=annulment


Not a newbie but lost my old info years ago) I have been through this process before --all the way through naturalization-- This site has always been a great help to me. 

 

 

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Seems like the OP did not know what he was getting into, maybe a good time to take  a step back and reconsider.


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2 hours ago, Boiler said:

Seems like the OP did not know what he was getting into, maybe a good time to take  a step back and reconsider.

Amen

 

I had already ruled anyone out in the Philippines that needed and Annulment, or College Education or was from a poor or broken family when I set my standards


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