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my husband has moved from the marital home but he has still

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my husband has moved from the marital home but he has still been telling me we will get back togther until i found out he has been sleeping with someone else, we have two children he has a visa to stay in the uk idefinatly but i think he has been cheating since i meet him he has an egyptian passport and got his indefinate visa 2011, can i get him deported?
Hi

Thanks for your patience.

If has held indefinite leave to remain since 2011 then I’m afraid that the chances of him being deported now are very remote.

The UKBA will only take action to revoke a person’s indefinite leave to remain if they have clear evidence that the marriage was not genuine and credible. When it does happen, which is not very often, it is usually because the marriage is a complete sham and that the only purpose was to get the person ILR.

Given that your marriage does appear to have been genuine and credible, albeit that you may have had some concerns about the relative health of the marriage, I cannot see how the UKBA would not take action to revoke his ILR.

A person’s suspicions of infidelity are not usually acceptable as a sole basis to revoke.

Additionally, his position is strengthened hugely if you have had children together.

I really think it best that you refocus your energies on either resolving your marriage or divorcing and reaching a financial settlement which is most favourable to you.

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