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Albert
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Dear members,

Does this sounds familiar;

If a Indonesian woman gets married with a foreigner (let say abroad) and she does not report it within 3 years. She will no longer have the Indonesian nationality?

I do not know if it is the same when;
She gets married with a foreigner in Indonesia?
If he (Indonesian) gets married with a foreign woman and not report in 3 years.

Maybe somebody of the mixed couples organisations is able to answers it?

Maybe our dear friend Desi?



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Veer01
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Why not report it??? Emoticon: Shut up!



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http://www.expat.or.id/info/mixmarriages.html
http://www.mixed-couples.nl/
http://www.buitenlandsepartner.nl/forum/

Beste Albert,
Dit zijn enkle website waar je veel informatie vind.
Ik antwoord gewoon in het Nederlandsomdat ik weet dat je Nederlander bent.
Groetjes,
Jan



Albert
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Jan,

Hoe weet je dat, spionnetjes?

Waarom niet rapporteren, tja weet ik niet.
Maar voor het geval dat. Het lijkt mij een vreemde regel.

Merci,

Albert


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If she doesn't report it (to whom?) I think that will not have any consequenses. Reporting would have, i am quite sure. But in what ways. I don't know of any regulation pertaining this. Marriage doesn't automatically gives you another nationality, at least not in the Netherlands within 5 years, isn't it? So, I don't see the problem.
The problem in Indonesia is more for the foreigners that marry then the Indonesians (see the new regulations pertaining nationality laws, which are one of the strictest in the world)



Veer01
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As far as I know you have to report every marriage,with foreigner or not just to avoid problems in the future. Emoticon:



Albert
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On 28-10-2004 23:57 promotie_bali wrote:
http://www.expat.or.id/info/mixmarriages.html
http://www.mixed-couples.nl/
http://www.buitenlandsepartner.nl/forum/

Beste Albert,
Dit zijn enkle website waar je veel informatie vind.
Ik antwoord gewoon in het Nederlandsomdat ik weet dat je Nederlander bent.
Groetjes,
Jan


Dear Jan,

Your sites are about if the both of them willing to live in Holland. But we want to live in Indonesia.

Regards,

Albert




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On 28-10-2004 17:04 Albert wrote:
Dear members,

Does this sounds familiar;

If a Indonesian woman gets married with a foreigner (let say abroad) and she does not report it within 3 years. She will no longer have the Indonesian nationality?

I do not know if it is the same when;
She gets married with a foreigner in Indonesia?
If he (Indonesian) gets married with a foreign woman and not report in 3 years.

Maybe somebody of the mixed couples organisations is able to answers it?

Maybe our dear friend Desi?


Hey Lieve Albert,

I can hear it when you are calling out my name... Emoticon: Shiny

Hope everyone is doing well here....

The answer to your question is: NO.
Either way, I don't think she will lose her Indonesian citizenship.

Salam hangat,
Desi Clark



Effort and Courage are not enough without purpose and direction.

Desi Clark
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You can't lose your citizenship through marriage. The only way you can lose your citizenship if you give it up....

Desi Clark


Effort and Courage are not enough without purpose and direction.

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On 31-10-2004 20:30 Desi Clark wrote:

Hey Lieve Albert,

I can hear it when you are calling out my name... Emoticon: Shiny

Salam hangat,
Desi Clark


Desi,

Then you already know me writing down that I just send you an e-mail. Emoticon: Yes!

Albert


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On 28-10-2004 17:04 Albert wrote:

If a Indonesian woman gets married with a foreigner (let say abroad) and she does not report it within 3 years. She will no longer have the Indonesian nationality?

Desi' answer already cleared it up.
Just wanna share my experience. Our marriage almost 7 years. We got married in Belgium (my husband is Ducth). I never report to any offices in Indonesia (I suppose what you meant is Catatan Sipil). And I'm still Indonesian.
In my opinion, reporting the marriage to embassy is already enough.
But, as Veer said, if you want to live in Indonesia in the future, I think it's better to report to Catatan Sipil (or other office/offices). Not that she'll lose her nationality but you just have to get more 'trouble' with the goverment officers. (read as= they just know how to earn some more money).
and better do it with in 2 years.



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Emoticon: Yes!


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I'm also confused. I was reading the jakarta post and there was same thing mentioned. That the wife has to declare that she wants to keep her indonesian citizenship otherwise they"ll loose it.
Too bad I lost the article, but it was an article about SBY who wants to make it easier for foreign husbands to live with there Indonesian wife in Indonesia (it's about time,I've thrown away a lot of money with the stupid rules). Around 23th of november the article was in the paper. When I have a faster i/net connection I'll search again Emoticon: Smile Emoticon: Smile
But of course it's stupid! Very stupid and don't make a sense. Anyway what i readed was that the wife had to do it within one year, wich makes it impossible for my wife (almost married one year!) so let's see what's happening whaha

Happy 2005 all you guys & girls! Sorry I"m not so active for more here...hope 2005 would be a better forum year... Emoticon: Smile Emoticon: Smile

Cium,

Martijn


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