(Closed) Married or Not Married ? 2 Ceremonies (civil) in 2 Countries (different dates).

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  • Post # 3
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    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: August 2012

    OK, there’s a lot of extraneous information in here! So the divorce in 1999 went through officially?  I know it’s kind of hard to marry in Mexico – not impossible, but enough for most couples to just to a symbolic marriage but have the legal paperwork done in the US.  So do you remember going through all the hoops to make this Mexico wedding 100% legal? How did they marry you twice after being married legally in the US?

    I would think that he could not get remarried if he were legally married to you by some chance, but I don’t know how much the courts investigate that.

    Post # 4
    118 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: November 2013

    Wow. I assume the US divoce/legality is not the issue, just Mexico? Was it a legal wedding, paperwork and all? You might have to contact Mexio authority to determine this.



    Has an email address so you can determine whether or not the wedding was legalized in Mexico after the wedding. You may want to conact a lawyer as well, try the Consulate, or cities that border Mexico, would be my guess.


    http://mexico.usembassy.gov/eng/edirectory.html (Directory of Consulates)


    Good luck!

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