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    Im going to thailand next week to get married and just want to double check what docs I will need. I have my pre prepaired affirmation, obviously my passport and my divorce certificate. Will I need any other documents for any part of the process there?

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    I think that about covers it, bingobano, if you are only getting married.

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    What I would also add is to consider your wife's future settlement visa application. There are plenty of little tasks you could do on this trip and your wife can continue after you have returned home and this will save a lot of messing about when you return to apply for settlement.

    I.e. Translations etc and name changed on official documents and passport if your wife is taking your surname to name a few.
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    Bingobano. Take your original birth certificate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddwjg View Post
    Bingobano. Take your original birth certificate.

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    I didn't All they wanted was my passport.
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    Never took my birth certificate either. Passport, by default, covers it.

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    my divorce certificate
    Is that a UK-issued Decree Absolute? If it is, do make sure it is a Court-sealed copy of the decree, and not a mere photocopy.
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    Hi
    I got divorced in New Zealand about 20 years ago. I have no documentary proof I was divorved and no documentary proof I was married either. I have lived in the UK for last 16 years and as far as I know there is no record of it here either. If I was to marry again (don't panic guys, you know who) would I need to get proof from New Zealand of the divorce as it has been so long.
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    Your best bet is to fire off an email to the New Zealand Embassy and see where you are, Jimmbo. Don't leave it to chance or the last minute.

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    Thanks old son up late tonight.
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    Bank holiday, James. Anyway, I'd rather you were tucked up, resting, for your impending exertions.

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    Good luck in what you do jimmbo60


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    Of course, not a school night. Unfortunately I am working all night, tonight, and will finish around 8:30am so not tucked up. The extra pingers will help for the impending exertions

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_link View Post
    New Zealand Embassy
    As one of the former conquered nations, do they have an embassy? I thought we allowed them to have a High Commission or something like that
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    True, but you can have a New Zealand passport

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    Wouldn't it be easier just to nuke NZ and eradicate all evidence, James. Just an idea.

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    Rugby world cup still smarts then, and also the only unbeaten team at the other world cup.

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    Rugby, schmugby. Anyway, when do you want me to launch Missile No. 1.

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    Not until i have landed in LOS and met up with my darling ( its official I can say that now) please.

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    Don't worry, James, I'll steer it away from TG916.

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    If we are monitored, as I told we are, we could get in trouble talking about nukes, planes and missiles

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