I married in Peru december 2010. My husband is Peruvian. Due to visa issues he did not come to the UK until 1st november 2011. Since that time he has been back to Peru on several occasions as the relationship has been stormy We are about to start afresh and he is due to come back to Uk in week. He has just told me that he is going to the Peruvian municipality, to show his passport and uk provisional driving liecence, and in doing this he will be giving up the right to vote in Peru My questions is !. What does this mean if anything 2 Do you think a legal person has given him this information? 3 What if any legal implications could this have for me 4 I have been financially keeping him Since May 2010 His UK visa is due for expiration January 2014 as it only runs for 2 years then he must apply for ILR (indefinite leave to remain) Thank you
PS I am 57 and he is 37 I am English! born in UK
I think what he is saying is that he is giving up his Peruvian
residency, I think.
But he is only on two year visa in UK. With out my sponsor ship
he could not stay in UK.
Yes I am ok to wait for a response it is an unusual question, and I want to know if this kind of issue was the kind of thing that a lawyer would give advice to do this and for what reason
So take your time
yes continue searching
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