pennine2007

Belfast, UK

#67 Oct 19, 2009
Zack wrote:
<quoted text>
Kol kahra wescot ya arian
han hotelak shata fi lisanak ya wahsh ya abu shakha
Oh dear Zack, I appear to have provoked you ... how nice!!, you are now on the same level as Ismail Yassin...you will not get a similar response from me because I was raised correctly and this would be beneath me!!!! lol
pennine2007

Belfast, UK

#68 Oct 19, 2009
Ismail Yassin wrote:
yu ez a khawal and metnak ya ird
wishak teez ya fiteer
enta bet nadaf el shaware'' fi ingleterra ya shahat??
Shokron and masalama (thank you and goodbye in English!!)...
anne

San Jose, CA

#70 Oct 29, 2009
Hi april, i have the same situation.I am filipina married to egyptian has a 2 yrs old son holding u.s and egyptian passports..but we are married in manila currently residents in dubai...my husband took both of my son's passport and i am getting crazy that he might take my son away from me...i really need help!!!how can i prevent them from going out from dubai without my consent??

Since: Oct 09

San Jose, CA

#71 Oct 29, 2009
I am filipina married to egyptian has a 2 yrs old son holding u.s and egyptian passports..but we are married in manila currently residents in dubai...my husband took both of my son's passport and i am getting crazy that he might take my son away from me...i really need help!!!how can i prevent them from going out from dubai without my consent??
Rina

Opotiki, New Zealand

#73 Oct 30, 2009
adam1310 wrote:
I am filipina married to egyptian has a 2 yrs old son holding u.s and egyptian passports..but we are married in manila currently residents in dubai...my husband took both of my son's passport and i am getting crazy that he might take my son away from me...i really need help!!!how can i prevent them from going out from dubai without my consent??
Hi there,
Unfortunately under there law in Egypt, a man is allowed to stop his wife from leaving with there children from the country even if the children are on foreign passports. As far as i know you can't, only he can. This is in Egypt, though. As Dubai is a Arab country i am guessing it is possible they might have similar laws/rules. The best thing to do would be to go to your Embassy, because once he gets your kids in Egypt you won't get them back i am sorry to say. I don't want to scare you, but if you are having problems with your husband and you think he could do this. I would get out of Dubai as soon as possible and back in to your country of birth, where you know the law will protect you.

I had the same problem, but lucky i was in my country and here in NZ we have a CAPPS system which prevents the child in question from getting a passport and they are red flagged at the airport.

So the best thing to do would be to get some knowledge how you are going to protect your children and yourself, whether it be from Dubai or your country.

I hope all goes well, please leave a message if you have any other questions.

Take care
moossii

Vancouver, Canada

#74 Oct 30, 2009
Rina wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi there,
Unfortunately under there law in Egypt, a man is allowed to stop his wife from leaving with there children from the country even if the children are on foreign passports. As far as i know you can't, only he can. This is in Egypt, though. As Dubai is a Arab country i am guessing it is possible they might have similar laws/rules. The best thing to do would be to go to your Embassy, because once he gets your kids in Egypt you won't get them back i am sorry to say. I don't want to scare you, but if you are having problems with your husband and you think he could do this. I would get out of Dubai as soon as possible and back in to your country of birth, where you know the law will protect you.
I had the same problem, but lucky i was in my country and here in NZ we have a CAPPS system which prevents the child in question from getting a passport and they are red flagged at the airport.
So the best thing to do would be to get some knowledge how you are going to protect your children and yourself, whether it be from Dubai or your country.
I hope all goes well, please leave a message if you have any other questions.
Take care
Marrying or getting involved with any of that lot isa LOSE LOSE SITUATION
Forget it
Be smart!
Joanne

UK

#75 Nov 4, 2009
I married in egypt (Alexandria)almost 3 years ago. We married officially and got a letter of a approval via the british embassy. I have lived in egypt for periods during this time, and in november last year i was sick and had to return to england. I worked hard and saved and began the process to bring my husband over. However he was refused at first, so i went out to visit over a vacation. I now feel that the reasons for our marriage is money and future on my husbands part. I do not want to bring him here. There are lots of reasons, and lots of things that dont add up about him He has had many "chances" and i have spent almost 10,000 in the past, i have sent him alot of money before also and bought new clothes etc, but when i have visisted him, he never has the things that i bought etc. I know it has to end. I have told him it is over, and want to approach the subject of divorce with him. Before i do this i would like to understand my rights and what i have to do. I do not wish to go back to egypt for this.
Can someone advise me on where to start?
Rina

Dunedin, New Zealand

#77 Nov 5, 2009
Joanne wrote:
I married in egypt (Alexandria)almost 3 years ago. We married officially and got a letter of a approval via the british embassy. I have lived in egypt for periods during this time, and in november last year i was sick and had to return to england. I worked hard and saved and began the process to bring my husband over. However he was refused at first, so i went out to visit over a vacation. I now feel that the reasons for our marriage is money and future on my husbands part. I do not want to bring him here. There are lots of reasons, and lots of things that dont add up about him He has had many "chances" and i have spent almost 10,000 in the past, i have sent him alot of money before also and bought new clothes etc, but when i have visisted him, he never has the things that i bought etc. I know it has to end. I have told him it is over, and want to approach the subject of divorce with him. Before i do this i would like to understand my rights and what i have to do. I do not wish to go back to egypt for this.
Can someone advise me on where to start?
Hi there Joanne,

First off i am sorry to hear that your marriage has come to a end. I am going through the same motions at the moment here in NZ. The good thing is, that you are in your home country. First off you can apply for a divorce through Egypt,, which could take up to a year. If you would like more info, contact this law firm "The Egyptian Law Firm" <info@egypt-law.com>. They were very helpful when i requested info on how to divorce my hubby from my home country. Second, if you are both in a agreement, then it would be cheaper and faster if he divorces you in Egypt. He can do this without you having to be there. Thirdly, is to wait for whatever period it is in your country and then file for divorce.

Unfortunately, if he refuses to divorce you will have to appoint a 'power of attorney' to a lawyer in Egypt and let them handle the proceedings, this could take up to a year. Whereas if he divorces you it usually takes no longer than a month, depending on whether you own any asset's in Egypt together.

Good luck on your endeavor with this and i hope this situation works out in your best interests.

Take Care
Joanne

UK

#78 Nov 12, 2009
Rina wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi there Joanne,
First off i am sorry to hear that your marriage has come to a end. I am going through the same motions at the moment here in NZ. The good thing is, that you are in your home country. First off you can apply for a divorce through Egypt,, which could take up to a year. If you would like more info, contact this law firm "The Egyptian Law Firm" <info@egypt-law.com>. They were very helpful when i requested info on how to divorce my hubby from my home country. Second, if you are both in a agreement, then it would be cheaper and faster if he divorces you in Egypt. He can do this without you having to be there. Thirdly, is to wait for whatever period it is in your country and then file for divorce.
Unfortunately, if he refuses to divorce you will have to appoint a 'power of attorney' to a lawyer in Egypt and let them handle the proceedings, this could take up to a year. Whereas if he divorces you it usually takes no longer than a month, depending on whether you own any asset's in Egypt together.
Good luck on your endeavor with this and i hope this situation works out in your best interests.
Take Care
Dear Rina
Many thanks for your advice. I will pursue this right away. I am sorry also to hear that your marriage didnt work out as planned. I hope that my husband will agree for the divorce!!
best wishes
Joanne
moossii

Vancouver, Canada

#79 Nov 13, 2009
Joanne wrote:
I married in egypt (Alexandria)almost 3 years ago. We married officially and got a letter of a approval via the british embassy. I have lived in egypt for periods during this time, and in november last year i was sick and had to return to england. I worked hard and saved and began the process to bring my husband over. However he was refused at first, so i went out to visit over a vacation. I now feel that the reasons for our marriage is money and future on my husbands part. I do not want to bring him here. There are lots of reasons, and lots of things that dont add up about him He has had many "chances" and i have spent almost 10,000 in the past, i have sent him alot of money before also and bought new clothes etc, but when i have visisted him, he never has the things that i bought etc. I know it has to end. I have told him it is over, and want to approach the subject of divorce with him. Before i do this i would like to understand my rights and what i have to do. I do not wish to go back to egypt for this.
Can someone advise me on where to start?
Joanne
if you have an e-mail that I can contact you at I will put you in touch with a British lady reporter in Alex who will act on your behalf and give you some good advice

What a mess
Fresh Egyptian

Portland, OR

#80 Nov 13, 2009
gold diggers!!!!!!!!!! lol
moossii

Vancouver, Canada

#81 Nov 13, 2009
Fresh Egyptian wrote:
gold diggers!!!!!!!!!! lol
brrpp
Janel

Dungannon, UK

#82 Nov 27, 2009
Hi, I got married to my Egyptian husband in Cairo thru ministry. Do I need to come to Egypt to get divorce as I have found out I cannot get divorced in the UK. Please help
cairo woman

Auckland, New Zealand

#83 Nov 27, 2009
Re divorce..if you got married Orfi in lawyers office it is not legal anyway in Egypt unless its registered at the court...and counts for nothing outside of egypt. A lot of womem who come to Egypt get married Orfi way as they want to have egyptian lover while they have husband at home and orfi only for egypt...men use this way to get european girls to sleep with them when in egypt..the only a foreign woman can to be married legally to an Egyptian man and the marriage be accepted in every country, is in the Ministry of Justice Cairo and only after permission is given from the Embassy of the country the woman is from..and the embassy checks up on the man to see if he has other wives tucked away somewhere :-)
Spathis

Vancouver, Canada

#84 Nov 27, 2009
divorce the lot
they are a bunmch of smelly unwashed beggars and big haramia
Janel

Bridport, UK

#85 Nov 28, 2009
We did get married in the Ministry of Justice after we had permission from the British Embassy so I need to know if I have to go back to Egypt to get divorced and how long it will take?
Spathis

Vancouver, Canada

#86 Nov 28, 2009
Janel wrote:
We did get married in the Ministry of Justice after we had permission from the British Embassy so I need to know if I have to go back to Egypt to get divorced and how long it will take?
Save yourself a lot of trouble
See a UK lawyer and he will do the necessary-cheaper safer and efficient
Fresh Egyptian

Portland, OR

#87 Nov 28, 2009
Spathis wrote:
<quoted text>
Save yourself a lot of trouble
See a UK lawyer and he will do the necessary-cheaper safer and efficient
save ur self alot of trouble go to hell
Janel

Bridport, UK

#88 Nov 28, 2009
why are you such a nasty person, people are on this site trying to find solutions to real problems. You just show yourself up for being an imature idiot
Janel

Bridport, UK

#89 Nov 28, 2009
Spathis wrote:
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Save yourself a lot of trouble
See a UK lawyer and he will do the necessary-cheaper safer and efficient
Thank you for your reply, I spoke to a friend who works at the registry office in UK and she tells me I have to apply to Egypt to get a divorce so can a Uk Lawyer do this? He is my soulmate really but because we are apart it just seems impossible to carry on. My life has been on hold for the past 4 years

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