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Hi, the short answer is that NO this will not have any affect on his immigration status. He now has indefinite leave to remain in the UK and is entitled to remain. If this had happen during the period of his Spouse Visa, his visa would have been cancelled. As it stands, he has nothing to worry about.
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So it can't be revoked now !! I thought she might use her pettiion as proof that marriage was not all too well.... please confirm again and that will be ok.
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