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Death of a taiwanese husband

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1 Death of a taiwanese husband on Wed Aug 10, 2011 9:52 pm

jham


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sir/maam:my problema po kasi ako s status ko hindi ko po kasi nadeclare na patay na asawa ko noong bumalik po ako ng pilipinas,taiwanese po yung husband ko ngayon po di ko po alam ang gagawin ko para madeclare na widow na po ako.10 years na pong patay ang asawa ko.simula po ng umalis ako ng taiwan di na po ako nakipag communicate sa mga biyanan ko kasi naging di maganda amg trato nila sa kin nung namatay na ang asawa ko.Balak na po ng fiance ko na magpakasal kami kaso di ko nalinis ang status ko,ano po ba ang dapat kung gawin?

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2 Re: Death of a taiwanese husband on Thu Aug 11, 2011 12:10 am

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find a way to get your husband's death certificate


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3 Re: Death of a taiwanese husband on Tue Aug 23, 2011 12:00 am

jham


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ok...thank u po.attorny pwede ba ako magpakasal na kahit di ko pa nadeclare na widow na ko?

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4 Re: Death of a taiwanese husband on Fri Aug 26, 2011 7:17 pm

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the LCR will ask you to produce proof of death


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