I am not an attorney nor am I in any way providing anyone with the most current legal stances in place.The information here is for educational purposes only and any person should consult with an Immigration Attorney before making any important decisions or actions. (Even though your plans may be to make the Philippines your new home.) Even if you plan to take a few years before getting married, which is my advice by the way, one thing you will need to bring with you are your divorce papers. the final, deciding document which declares you are legally divorced if you have been previously married in your home-country.After all, she very well may know this is an affair and be okay with it, but I really, really do not believe that’s the case because he’s been unusually mum about them at work.(There’s also not really any situation in which I could “casually” ask Alex about his wife in front of Anna either.)As her supervisor, do you have any advice?I have dealt with such hurdles in the past and, when you love someone I believe you’ll do whatever it takes to marry the woman you love.But if you don’t think you’re up to it, find a Filipina who has never been married before and that will simplify everything.I am having trouble deciding where to draw the line between personal business and professional business here, and I’m hoping you can weigh in with some advice on how much responsibility I have to get involved in this situation.
This act, only authorized just 7 years ago finally set free Filipina women to re-marry. If you meet a woman who is ‘Separated’, and there are a LOT of Filipinas in this situation whose husbands have literally abandoned them to ‘shack up’ with a mistress on another island.. she cannot divorce him because there is no divorce process here.Though I already suspected they were more than friends, this was recently confirmed when I was with Anna in a meeting.