Planning to marry Syrian man

I have boyfriend now Syrian he's in Kuwait hes working there but he wants to marry me and get a permanent visa here and stay with me but he wants if he come here he Don't wanna leave me any more he want to come here and marry me and stay here without coming back in Kuwait how is the proccesing of that what should we do now ???

Citizens of Syria residing in Syria or from other country must apply for a visa to Philippines in person at the nearest consulate of Philippines in Syria or of course in Kuwait since he is there now. Please note, application procedures and fees may vary by location. If there is no consulate of Philippines in Kuwait there may be a consulate of Philippines in a neighboring country that covers the jurisdiction of Syria.

First in foremost  check the current validity of his passport

For international travel, all travelers will need a passport, valid for at least 90 days following your departure date. However, I strongly recommend traveling with six months validity on your passport at all times.

It is also recommended that your valid passport have at least few un-used pages remaining, for any necessary entry and exit stamps that may be issued. It is also a good idea to review the number of pages and validity remaining your passport well in advance of overseas travel. This will allow for time needed if a replacement passport may be required.

Hope its helps you.

The Philippine Consulate website in Kuwait is.

Visitor visas are required for Syrian citizens and interviews are 830 to 1230 am.. They can not come for a vacation like other countries without a visa.

Keep in mind the number of fraud passports are huge as Syrians try to illegally immigrate to other countries. There are 11 millions misplaced Syrian refugees from the war in Syrian and Iraq.  Some countries have closed down Syrian Embassies (Canada) as they protest the mass murder in the country. Getting proof that he's not already married could be a problem and countries may not accept documents from what's left of Syria.

Be careful, be very very careful. Terrorists are trying to escape the region.

It is VERY difficult to remain impartial about this topic as there are so many pitfalls.

1. When you say 'boyfriend' have you ever met him or is it an online only relationship?

2. If he is working in Kuwait, will he need to work in the Philippines to sustain him/you? How do you think that will be possible?

3. He will require either (i) a job offer in the Philippines OR (ii) sufficient money to prove he can live here without working.

Without satisfying [No.3] forget it - It won't happen - and believe me - you WONT enjoy living in Kuwait as the alternative. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news....

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