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If she has not yet obtained ILR then the UKBA would curtail her visa once they are aware that the marriage has broken down. In actual fact the issuing of a divorce petition is not required by the UKBA for this, all that is needed is written confirmation of the breakdown by one of the parties to the marriage. Therefore, if she wishes to stay in the UK before actually getting divorced then both parties should keep quiet for the time being.
If the husband informs the UKBA of the breakdown in the marriage then it is rather unlikely that the UKBA will seek to deport her immediately. If he does gte in contact with them then she can argue she should be afforded time to make arrangement for the children and to carry out the divorce. She should be okay in this regard.
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