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If she is in the UK and you wish to marry here then she will need to apply for a certificate of approval to get married here. You will not have to pay a fee for this but you will need to submit Form COA to the UKBA. They aim to complete 65% of all applications within 4 weeks of receipt. You can download the form from the UKBA website. Once you have the Certificate you can get married here
Once you are married she will need to apply for residence card as a spouse of an EEA national, this will give her a right of residence here for a set period of time.. They are gratned for 5 year periods and you can see the information that you will need to make the application here:-
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