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AFTER TENERIFE MARRAGE TO THAI FEMALE VISA 3 MONTHS OVER DUE.FIVE

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AFTER TENERIFE MARRAGE TO THAI FEMALE VISA 3 MONTHS OVER DUE.FIVE YEARS IN UK. ASUK NAT HOME OFFICE REFUSED LEAVE TO REMAIN REASON THAI FEMALE HAS NOT COMPLETED 2 MARRAGE CATAGORY.CAN I ASSUME IM NOT MARRIED.SHE HAS NO BIRTH CERTIFICATE.CHANGED HER NAME FROM ORIGINAL BUT HAS THAI PASSPORT IN NEW NAME. WE ARE NOW ESTRANGED. DO I NEED DIVORCE OR ARE WE NOT MARRIED,AS STATED BY HOME OFFICE
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: UK Immigration Law
Expert:  Clare replied 7 years ago.

hi

were you legally married in tenerife?

claire

Customer: replied 7 years ago.

I THOUGHT SO,BUT HER VISA WAS OUT OF DATE, OUR CANARIAN LAWYER ASKED FOR £2000 TO BRIBE OFFICALS TO BACK DATE APPLICATION(MR DAVID MORA TEL922751524.AFTER RETURNING TO UK ON I YEAR E.E.A. VISA. MADE FIRST APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO REMAIN."REFUSED" 2005. SECOND APPLICATIN IN 2009 "REFUSED" UNDER PARA 289 WITH REF TO 287(I)(A) STATEING YOU HAVE NOT COMPLETED 2 YEAR PROBATIONARY IN THE MARRIAGE CATEGORY.TWO LETTER REQUESTING CONFIRMATION I AM OR AM NOT MARRIED HAVE REFUSED TO GIVE INFORMATION TO THIRD PARTY UNDER FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

Expert:  Clare replied 7 years ago.

hi

it would appear that immigration are questioning the validity of yoru relationship rather than your marriage

despite the immigration irregularity you are legally married and will require a divorce if you wish to end the marriage

claire

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