I mean its an ldr relationship and i want is marriage to her not just online texting or chatting, i dont got passport yet and getting American visa is tough, so why can't she come here and we get married if she's really serious for me, till date she has not even shared her cell number with me.
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Three years ago, a man from Egypt found me on FB and we started a whirlwind romance. After becoming MORE acquainted on Skype and Yahoo, FB, I later flew off to the magical land of Cairo, where I stayed with him and his lovely family for 30 days. That went so well, I flew back over 5 months later, where we tied the knot in the Ministry of Justice. Getting married in Egypt was quite easy.
However, I have read that it takes a bit of time to get married in India, a bit more red tape. I have a friend of mine over in Hyderabad, whom I am planning to visit in the near future.
With a passport, a girl such as myself can go anywhere. I understand your situation, for no, it isn't easy for you to just come over here.
Before 'Marriage' is mentioned, you both need to get to know one another Much better. She is most likely nervous in Going over to a foreign country, and for one who knows, I can surely tell you, I don't blame her at all. She would be traveling alone, and is probably afraid of many things, and maybe one of them being: Is he going to be there for me when I land? Am I making the right decision? What if something happens along the way? You have all these questions when you are someone like Her, even Me, when you yourself, my friend, are just on the Other end, waiting on the sidelines.
Give her space, give her time. I still have a husband out in Egypt, and although with the Middle East having so many problems, More so Now than ever, I have not returned in a long time. This has posed a problem for us. We break up all the time, make up as well, and I can tell you, it's been very hard.
It's not easy to be in a LDR. It takes a lot of time and effort on both partner's parts. He and I have had our fair share, and if you both ever marry, whether she goes back home to live or would stay, there will always be something...
Don't rush anything, be patient. Don't pressure her... And the trips are not cheap. If it is meant to be, it will be.
Good luck. xx1
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