Hello I hope you have time to answer my question; I would like to ask your opinion on this matter. Suppose On April 8, 1988 a couple had a civil wedding with the RTC judge as solemnizing officer. In the marriage contract, the surname of the female was misspelled with 2 letters interchanging. The ages of the parties were not their actual age, the contract says the female is 21 and the male is 25 when their actual ages are 21 and 20. The place of celebration of marriage was the residence of both parties. This marriage contract was not registered with the NSO thus there are no records in the NSO, the only copy is with the municipality.
Due to events, the couple separated, on September 6, 1995 the male married another woman. It was also a civil wedding with the MTCC judge as the solemnizing officer. The entries in the marriage contract were all correct and true, it was registered with the NSO. The female got a job in the US and because of this she petitioned the male to go to the US as well. They were both naturalized as American citizens in 2003. On August 10, 2014 both parties got married in the Philippines
Is the 2014 marriage of the parties who became naturalized US citizens valid?
Does it cure the void marriage man to the second woman?
Can a case for bigamy prosper against the male?
Is the renvoi doctrine applicable?
Thank you very much for your time.