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1 Entry of Judgement on Tue Dec 03, 2013 12:47 pm


Arresto Menor
Hello... please advise as I do not have clear answer fro my lawyer.

Here are the facts:

1. Married in Quezon City Hall in 2003
2. Divorced in Nevada, USA in 2012
4. Divorced Abroad registered in Manila City Hall on NOv. 2012, since my Ex-husband lives in Manila.
5. Petition of Recognition of Divorced Abroad done and ordered in Pasay City Hall in September 27, 2013.... since I live in Pasay now.
6. Entry of Judgement Registered in Pasay Local Registry Office on December 3, 2013.

Do I have to have the Registered Entry of Judgement in Pasay registered also in Quezon City Hall Civil registry first before registering it to NSO/Census?

Is it okey to apply for a Marriage license in Manila where my fiance is residing now even y Marriage Certificate is not yet annotated in NSO?

Your advise is greatly needed. Christmas and New Year is coming.... my fiance and I wants to fix Marriage requirements as early as 2nd week of December since it's the only way that his family will allow us to live together under the same roof. It's funny, we are both in our early 30's, but we want everything to go smooth when it comes to his family... so we are following what they want... it is very hard for both of us to go home everyday separately in different houses.Sad 

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2 Re: Entry of Judgement on Thu Dec 05, 2013 2:06 pm


what you are waiting for now is that the NSO copy should reflect the annotation of divorce.

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