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So let me see if I understand this -

 

You are in the Philippines - you marry. You don't want to live in the Philippines

 

(1) You get your wife a Visa, but once you are at the Port of Entry, she is turned away OR

(2) You try to come to the US without a Visa and your wife is turned away.

 

If 1 - what happened between the time you got on the Plane and you landed in the US? It would seem to me that she would be held in custody until everything is worked out one way or the other

 

If 2 - What makes you think you could arrive in the US without a Visa and be allowed in?

 

I am lucky - I want to live in the Philippines and my wife doesn't want to live in the US

er who are you askin
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A very hypothetical question...(leaving aside constitutional rights granting the Family or wife a right to live with you)   I'd rather would try to sneak back in ( since i want to live in the Philip

Thats true, but i would have to be prepared to suffer the consequences if i got caught.   Looking at it another way, my wife doesn't want to come to live in the UK, she is quite happing teaching the

Its all that damn water.

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In 2000, I had a 1 week Business Trip to Madrid, Spain. the following week I was to go to the UK to attend my Brother Stephen's Wedding.

 

Sha-Sha was just my G/F at that time and she screwed up the Visa Interview in Hong Kong, so was denied entry to the UK.

 

I did not attempt any 'back-door' way of getting her a Visa for UK as it only for 1 week, she simply stayed on in Madrid, and met up with me at Heathrow Airport a week later.

 

Getting her a Shengen Visa in Hong Kong for admittance to 96% of the EEC, was a 'doddle' in comparison, with no interview required at all. I did contemplate considering getting her to apply for a UK Visa, whilst in Madrid.

 

That would not exactly be 'back-door' really, as she would have to admit she had 1 x Visa Application for the UK, denied in Hong Kong.

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also i believe compulsary retirement is to be scrapped so now a company cannot force you to retire unless your unfit to carry out the job duties

 

Start with the Bankers. Then Politicians.

 

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Wombat No More

Start with the Bankers. Then Politicians.

 

EAGLE

They retired from the human race when they took on those jobs...
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Start with the Bankers. Then Politicians.

 

EAGLE

 

problem is defining unfit, people who are in a job are not allowed to be assesed by an external specialists

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