UK Family Law
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Usually the country's authorities require you to produce a Certificate of No Impediment (to marriage) to show that you are single and are legally able to marry someone:-
You need to check with the Ugandan auhthorities to see if they will accept a Certificate issued in the UK. If they do then you need to contact your local registry office to request a certificate. They will be able to tell you what you need to do. It won't take long and it isn't complicated.
The High Commission in Kampala will be able to refer you to Uganda's relevant authority to confirm if they accept a certificate issued in the UK:-
If they don't accept a UK Certificate they will be able to advise you on what you need to do to have one issue in Uganda, but from you question it sounds as if they do accept UK certificates.
When speaking with the Ugandan authority you also need to ask if they require your UK Certificate to be legalized, which means that it is verified by a notary so that they can rely on it in Uganda:-
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iam not satisfied because i thought you are to draft that letter then send it to email present it to authorities
Any lawyer you go to locally where you are would tell you the same thing I have, they woudl refer you to the same places I have.
No lawyer could draft a letter to confirm you are single because they would not be able to unless they had specific knowledge of your personal circumstances as a result of having known you for a long time.
You coudl tell them that you are single, and then they could write a letter stating that you have told them that you are single but this would not be at all convincing. The certificate referred to above, which you will note is also the stated position of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the UK government.
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my question is about the rights of a term cohabiting