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Submitted by viraj (Australia), Jan 24, 2017 at 04:59

Dear Ms.Kane,

In case my earlier mail to you has got lost( there was some net connectivity issue at my end),I wish to advise you to buy,URGENTLY, Ms.Rosemarie Sookhdeo's --Stepping Into The Shadows.
This book deals with similar situations.She is based in London--somewhere at East End.This book will ARM you with all details.

Never marry in a mosque since that is not considered a valid marriage anywhere in the western nations.Should the marriage end,sadly enough,the woman is not entitled to any alimony and might lose custody of the children as well.

Please understand,this is not to discourage you.I wish you all the happiness in the world but we can get into trouble and suffer while pursuing the same happiness.It's better to marry someone closer home(to one from ones community and cultural background, in one's own country) so as to be able to seek help,in case anything goes wrong.I did not mention in my earlier reply-a while ago--about keeping your passport/visa safe.A copy of the same should be with someone you trust at home.If you finally marry him,the VALID marriage license also should be xeroxed and sent back home.In case,you suddenly find the passport missing,that's a big red alert.Get in touch with your embassy there.So ,get the embassy's phone number and keep that with you--- without letting your beau know of all these safety measures.There have been instances,when a sweet and decent man suddenly appears to change,passport is taken away from the woman --thus making her helpless.

If everything turns out fine,we all should be happy shouldn't we?

One more piece of information.If you get in touch with me and appear to reply from a different location,don't get confused.I use VPN Proxy--a safety measure.

With Best Regards,

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