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Cohabiting in Brunei

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by 576, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. 576

    576 Established commenter

    I have never been to Brunei.
    But as I understand it - Brunei is under Sharia Law
    and under Sharia Law cohabiting is illegal.
    To get a definitive answer, I suggest you contact the Brunei embassy in London.
  2. Thank you all for your replies.

    We've had a discussion and think that Thailand is going to be the safest option in terms of visas and laws as we're not married.

    Thanks again!

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