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MARRIAGE ISSUE => MARRYING A JAPANESE => Topic started by: beautyaispace on October 11, 2017, 09:30:54 AM



Title: Marrying in Japan with limited time
Post by: beautyaispace on October 11, 2017, 09:30:54 AM
Minna San, Ohayou gozaimasu! Tanong ko lang po sana. May 2 anak po ako sa japanese, 14yrs po ako nag antay sa knya. Ngayon po namatay npo okusan niya at gusto nya na akong pakasalan. Kaso po limited lang ang araw na puede sya mag stay dito sa pinas. Ang gusto po niya is mag tourist ako sa japan at doon na po kami magpapakasal. Any advice mas madali po ba kung doon magpapakasal? Anu anu po ba ang requirement? Ok po ba tourist visa muna?

Pag nag apply po ba ako ng tourist visa puede po ba isama sa pag apply 2 anak ko? Kahit not sure po ako na makakasama sila kc may schooling po sila. Uuwi po ama nila this November gusto ko din po malaman at samantalahin pag uwi nya na need appearance nya sa japan embassy dito sa pinas. MARAMING SALAMAT PO!


Title: Re: Marrying in Japan
Post by: angelina on October 11, 2017, 09:45:55 AM
Miss mas madali siguro dito sa Japan mo na lang gawin basta dalhin mo na agad dito sa Japan ang birth cerificate mo tsaka cenomar naka authenticated na pati visa mo madali na maextend.

pagka may nais kayong malaman  tawag kayo sa Kanagawa Tagenggo Shien Center 045-316-2770

Requirements for Single Filipino
1.Duly accomplished application form – may be downloaded from the Embassy website.
2.Valid Passport: Original and one (1) photocopy of the data page.Note: If Expired Passport / Lost Passport / Mutilated Passport / Tampered Passport / Passport with Discrepancy, the applicant must apply for a new passport before applying for LCCM.
3.NSO Birth Certificate: Original and one (1) photocopy.
4.Residence Card: Original and one (1) photocopy.
5.Three (3) passport size photos.
6.NSO Certificate of No Record (CENOMAR). Validity is six (6) months from the date of issue and the purpose should be “for marriage”. Original and one (1) photocopy


Title: Re: Marrying in Japan
Post by: beautyaispace on October 13, 2017, 09:51:34 AM
Arigatou gozaimasu! Anu po yung LLCM?


Title: Re: Marrying in Japan
Post by: princessnikky on December 18, 2017, 12:34:50 PM
ohayo sis
  LCCm means. legal capacity contract to marriege. kc nasa. japan ka kaya need mo yun nakukuha yun sis sa embassy  pagawa ka muna nun then after 10days  ata ma receive mona un , yun summit mo sa cityhall