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  1. Recognition of divorce

    So I want to marry my German girlfriend sometime in the not too distant future. But it seems the authorities here don't recognise my divorce!?   Heres the background. I was married in New Zealand around 17yrs ago, and divorced in Australia around 10yrs ago. Apparently I need some kind of recognition from New Zealand that I am divorced. This doesn't really make a lot of sense to me.   Has anyone had to go through this, and have any pointers of what it actually entails?
  2. I need some help please to brainstorm a list of pros and cons for moving back to New Zealand from Germany with 3 school age children.  Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!   
  3. Hi everyone, I´m looking for other English speaking families to meet up with. My baby is 4 months old now. Maybe you also know of an English speaking playgroup - otherwise maybe we could initiate one.
  4. Hello there,  We moved to a town close to Oldenburg from South Africa quite recently and are looking for other families who are also English speaking.  We have a 3 year old son and a 9 months old baby boy.  Looking forward to hearing from you! 
  5. Hello everyone,    My son is almost 3 months old and I have a couple of questions   1. In the next couple of months, I would like to take him to an English speaking play group. Does anyone know any English speaking play groups south of Munich, ideally in Miesbach, Holzkirchen, Bad Tölz or Wolfratshausen? I searched a lot online and everything that is still operating appears to be central Munich.   2. Does anyone know any bi-lingual nurseries around the areas above? (for when he is older than 1 year)    My wife is German, so our son grows up in a bi-lingual household, but it is important for me that he also learns to play with other kids in English. Our neighbours are German so there will is a balance of both English and German play time.   Sarah