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I was on the phone
We were just concerned. I made a silly mistake
I already applied for a settelemt visa andsent a marriage cert before 2nd application for fiancee visa
They refused my 1st application
As my first wife divorce was later than my 2nd marriager
I am doing fiancee visa
Explained in app I did not know the ruling and will marry my partner in the UK
Just wanted to make sure she does nt need a single letter as it costs money for
Lost money on 1st app
was it right thing to do
We married in Pakistan on 18th June, 2009.
But we lived in Dubai on seperate work visas. You need to be married to live together
So we married in Pakistan. She is brazilian I am british. I took her to Pakistan as UAE ask for a single letter which would take too long. Goingback to Brazil etc
So we went to Pakistan in June 2009
After 2 years we have a son born in Dubai with British passport now. I moved back
to UK last year. As she is brazilian she can only visit as a tourist.
She is in Brazil
My first divorce was in MArch 2010
And We married in 2009
But we lived in Dubai as it is legal there. To marry before divorce. Only enterd in UK on Feb 2011
And I did not know My settleemt uk visa for my wife would be refused
Based on marriage cert dated before divorce Is that Correct?
And now new application is for Fiancee visa as I did not want to marry again in PAkistan or Brazil as it would take a long time and my wife has had a baby girl last month in Brazil
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