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Your answer was good, but i didnt understand few things.
So it means if we go to register office and give notice of marriage, when they will check paper work like the passport for example, they will not check the visa ?And there will be no visa there. Just wanted to make sure in this point. Aswell people have told me that when they will ask some questions if we say something wrong they may call immigration, this seriously make me a bit preocupide...
Like you have told me before ''under the human rights act you have a right to marry regardless of your situation.'' why than should they call the immigration..?
1- Mean when i show my passport, to prove my name and nationality, they wouldn't check the back part of my passport where the visa's are to check if im legal in the UK?
Sorry aswell i need to ask another thing.
1- First option is to marriage in the Uk, by the register office, which, like you said it may be risky.
So 2- Can my partner go to her country, and marriage me behaf someone? Since i can't travel outside the Uk.
People have told me that anyone can marriage someone in their own country even if the partner is not there with them. For this to be able she would need to take a procuration/proxy, from my part, ID, and birth certificate. Is this true? Or will it required more things?
If the marriage is done there, then she can change her passport from 'Single' to 'Married'. When she arrieves back in the Uk, she will have the contract of marriage and her passport showing that she is married. This will make everything easier, because after i can go to her Consolate, and change my passport from 'Single' to 'Married' aswell, I will have the certificate of marriage showing that Im married with her then maybe apply for some permit. Will this option be good aswell?
Sorry i just want to make the right decion here, because one litle mistake and everything is lost.
Ok i understand.
But regarding what you've told me before, I inform myself and I found out that aswell we can marriage in my Embassy.
1- In my embassy they ask same things that register office asks, which are: prove of adress, Id, birth certificate etc.. The thing is that in my Embassy would be more safer because they wouldn't call the Immigration, if we seem nervous or answer something incorrect. Which on the other hand, registry office would informing the ukba straight away. So my question is which option looks better in your oppinion, the Register Office or my Embassy?
2- If my Embassy would aswell be a good option,or acceptable, I remember that you've told me before that once we get marriage we could apply for eea resident permit; Would I still be able in this case of marreing in my embassy to apply for it?
I apologise for the delay in reverting back to you, I had some conection problems.
I've got to ask you just one more question, sorry.
1-Than if I marriage in my Embassy, will Uk recognise the marriage? And could i still apply for eea resident permit or visa?
2- If i have eea resident permit, am I am able to travel outside Uk, as a holiday, for example to my country, and still be able to return back without any problems?
Thanks for your answer.
If I marriage in my embassy, the marriage will be recognize in my country, and in Uk probally, but i think not for her country (Portugal). Could i take the marriage contract for my partner embassy, so the marriage can be recognize in her country? Is that possible, or I have to do it, in another way?
Because, I've heard that after 3 years of marriage I could aswell apply for her nationality and passport, if I can prove we've been together that time. (But only if the marriage will be recognize and legal for her country, that's why i want to make everything correct at this point).
So, as soon we have the marriage contract, can i apply straight away for eea permit resident? Or should I apply for visa? Or are both of these things the same? Sorry i got confuse.
2-Also do we need any other paper work to apply for eea permit, or just the marriage contract?
3-As well, if I apply for eea permit resident or visa, how long would it probally take me to get it. (And, is there any possibility that home office denies the papers to me? If so, would i have to go back to Egypt because they dennied it, or would I be able to stay here in UK, because of my partner?)
1- Ok, I think i got the point, so which one is it better or easier to apply, eea permit residence or Visa? (There must be one option better than the other, I guess? )
2- We do have lots of pictures together, would it be ok if some of my family send letter from egypt asking about me and her together and her familly, would that help as well? ( 3- When you say emails, what do you mean by that?
4- Do you think it would be a good idea, if we contract a soliciter, to help us with the process and paperwork? (If yes, do you work outside the internet for people?)
Sorry you forgot to answer one question
4- Do you think it would be a good idea, if we contract a soliciter, to help us with the process and paperwork?
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