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Intentional misdeclaration of marital status

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1 Intentional misdeclaration of marital status on Thu May 11, 2017 1:50 pm

Steh


Arresto Menor
Hi everyone,

a lady friend was married in 1995 in Manila (using some fixers) she but later found out that her husband was married in Zambales in 1982. Technically, that marriage is not valid, but she never filed any court action to declare it null and void.

The guy is now back to his original family.

However, as a government employee, she continue to use her husband's surname by submitting their marriage contract and claiming an M1 status for tax exemption.

Can the 1st and legal wife use these facts against my friend to be terminated from her government position??

thanks for your feedback

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lukekyle


Reclusion Perpetua
yes anyone can tell the employer and get her fired. It will be up to the employer how they wish to proceed

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Steh


Arresto Menor
thank you Lukekyle

i agree for private companies, its the management's discretion and waht written in their code of ethics..

but this is the Government.. how do they deal with this??

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lukekyle


Reclusion Perpetua
i have no idea, you have to ask the HR what the company policy is. different govt agencies will have different company policies

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