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This is hilarios: http://www.adultwiki.org/wiki/Dating_a_ ... ld_Country
There are things like: Do not make these mistakes, Tips and Warning & Tips how to find out what your foreign girlfriend really thinks about you...and so on.
Really useful guide for the beginners at least.
Most of it is just common sense, but this one struck me as odd:
This is a good sign. A desire to come to your country often means she is after residence there, a better job, etc. In other words, not in the relationship for you.
Can be difficult to tell at first because families in third world countries are large and extended.
I like the idea, but just the very fact that you are from a richer country makes you "rich" in her eyes a lot of times. Your looks, passport, and even your crappy job will all make you too appealing to come off as "poor."
Make the most of going abroad while you still can.
As said already, some advice is common sense and has nothing to do with 'the girl from the third world country'
Well, if you buy your girlfriend a house, even in EU or USA, then it is HER house and not your house.
Why should this be different in Thailand?
If you are in a foreign country, first of all try to collect some information about the legal situation, what is possible for a foreigner and what not.
As Thailand is mentioned, which is my second home - I say it again:
A foreigner can only buy a condominium in his own name, and if it is fully paid with foreign currency and registered in foreigner's name in the land title BEFORE marriage with a Thai, it will belong to him for always, even after divorce. - The reason is the Thai property law, which is very strong, it overrides in this case Thai family law regulating divorce, usually with sharing 50/50 of all assets. As a principle, the foreigner cannot own land in Thailand.
It should be noticed that Thai law does not recognize co-habitation and there is no need to marry as a foreign man if you are 50 y/o, get a retirement visa and remain single with a Thai girlfriend, whose address is registered somewhere else, likely in her home province where she was born. Your home will be safe, even if she is living with you over years.
If you are scammed by a Thai girl regarding property - sorry, your fault, I read about some unbelievable scams of 60 to 80 million baht from a few idiot-foreigners who were constructing a home like a palace on rural land - and after kicked out...
Baht 80 million = approx. 2.2 million USD! Totally crazy, so-called 'yellow fever'