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Malaysian Chinese Girl marrying Persian Guy

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asked on Nov 27, 2018 at 14:39
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edited on Dec 18, 2018 at 14:47
 
I'm a Chinese Malaysian girl. My fiance is an Iranian who has been working in Malaysia with working Visa currently.

1. If I don't wish to convert to Muslim for marriage, I can do the civil registration of marriage in other country (been thinking Singapore / Turkey). 
- What is the complication if I don't re-register the marriage in Malaysia within 6 months? Will the system in Malaysia detected that I've married oversea?
- If I didn't re-register marriage in Malaysia and have baby, can I just register the baby as single mother? 

2. If by no choice, I have to convert to Muslim and get marry in Malaysia / re-register marriage in Malaysia.
- My spouse needs to change from working visa to other visa for citizenship? I heard it's complicated that he might need to stop working, etc. What's the requirement as he has got a good job now.
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answered on Nov 30, 2018 at 12:02
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edited Dec 18, 2018 at 16:17
 
1.  How old are you? 35? He?
2.  Why don't you work in Iran instead?

I don't re-register the marriage in Malaysia within 6 months? 
There can be no registration if you do not convert in Malaysia.

Will the system in Malaysia detect that I've married oversea? 
Iranians can have more than 4 wives. But their new wife must have single status. You have to apply for this Single Status from our Kementerian Dalam Negeri (KDN) Putrajaya. Once there is a record, anything is traceable.

My spouse needs to change from working visa to other visa for citizenship?
Forget about citizenship for Iranians. Some Iranians who were already here for the past 8 years and have their children studying here and even born here cannot even get a PR status.

I heard it's complicated that he might need to stop working, etc. 
Wrong... it is actually simple. He needs to resign from current job, go back to Iran, come back after the cooling period, then apply for Visit Visa and come in to marry you. After a successful registration of marriage, apply to Malaysia Immigration for Long Term Social Visit Pass (LTSVP aka spouse visa). After getting a LYSVP, then only, with the permission of the Director General of Immigration, he can apply for a job. The LTSVP allows a professional immigrant to work (new laws & policies).

Take note the whole process of your conversion, Registration of Marriage, Long Term Social Visit Pass (LTSVP) will take 1-2 years.

Register the birth of your child with your single mother status.
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answered on Nov 30, 2018 at 22:37
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edited Dec 18, 2018 at 16:20
 
Any updates or replies from @Annie84?

Why are questions asked so standard?
**  Register marriage in another country?
**  Fiance is in Malaysia under Foreign Working Permit
**  To convert or not to convert
**  Working visa to Citizenship?
**  Register the baby as single mother?  

Obvious signs of an Iranian Love Scam..!!
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answered on Dec 3, 2018 at 19:45
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edited Dec 18, 2018 at 16:22
 
@Annie84

Please do not mistaken that people are against Interfaith marriages or doubt your sincerity of your commitment to the relationship.

Read here for part of my explanations. The part on Interfaith Marriages.
https://www.lawyerment.com/answers/questions/6321/how-to-get-married-to-a-filipino-girl-getting-a-pr-for-her?g=2

Google & read the differences of Malaysian Sunni Religion and Iranian Shias Religion.
(Note that the Shias Teachings have been outlawed in Malaysia in 1995).

Google & Understand:
1.  Iranian Laws of Retribution
2.  Iranian Laws of Marriages, the rights of a wife in general
3.  Iranian Marriages of Conveniences

If there is intention for you to migrate there, a lot of local issues are eliminated.
If your child is born without a Marriage Certificate, her illegitimate child status may give the child problems in the future and more problems to yourself. And she has no claims on her biological father.

Try to understand in the legal aspects before you deal with the emotional aspects.
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