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You are able to marry your partner in the UK as it is your right to marry under the Human Rights Act. You do not require any additional documentation or permission to marry in the UK. If your partner does hold valid leave to remain and can provide ID to that effect then it would be an even better scenario.
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My partner does not have valid leave to remain she has only been here on a student visa, visafree for 6 months and recently on a marriage visa. She worries because she applied for a marriage visa in Taiwan last November for 6 months because that's what they told her in Taiwan we needed but she came here 6 weeks before the visa ended and we didnt get time to get married. So we have applied again but someone at UKBA told me it wouldn;t be rececessary to apply for a marriage visa again as I could get married as a European under European law. I paid 750 pound for a barrister and they said I would need a further 826 for home office fees, for a marriage visa but was told this was unecessary. I need something in writing or find something on the internet to say she is allowed to come here under Humanr rights or under European law with a visafree and not a marriage visa. The visafree states you can visit the UK for 6 months but cannot get married but was told under European law she can. I need this info in writing/a link on the internet as evidence otherwise she wont risk coming here and I dont want to continue with this marriage visa application and pay unecessary fees Thanks
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