@jason THANK YOU Jason I have done this
would you advise having the UAE divorce translated in the UK by a certified translator also for belt and braces >?
@jason thank you jason- yes i have both sets of forms from dubai courts the intial hearing and the final divorce papers all stamped and originals and also legal translations from arabic to english done in abu dhabi.
second question if you dont mind
i have our original marriage certificate from sri lanka and also the translation... it is stamped by the ministry of external affairs also in sri lanka, and attested by the embassy of sri lanke in abu dhabi and the ministry of foreign affairs in abu dhabi.... on the translation, they have missed part of my name. we have never had an issue with this registering in UAE and also Philippines .... but would it be worthwhile my having a new translation done in the UK by a certified translation service? its a small thing but is concerning me
quick question... previously married then subsequently divorced in UAE - marriage never registered in UK
full divorce through UAE FAMILY COURTS AND HAVE all documents
remarried in 2014 in Sri Lanka and all documents were accepted
now processing settlement visa for wife and just wanted to ask if there is any chance theUAE divorce could not be recognised?