Does this mean that the UKBA will not give her passport back to her? She come to UK as a visitor but met her fiancée while here in November, he asked her to marry him knowing she was on a visitors visa. She then applied for an extension on compassionate grounds as I just had an accident which needed plastic surgery on my leg, living me needing support as I have a baby who at the time was 11months old.
They went to see a vicar at the local Anglican church were they had to apply for permission to marry, they were then given 6month window in which they could marry. At the moment they have an appointment with another vicar to give them a marriage licence on production of her passport and his utility bills as he is a British national. The only thing she has besides her passport is her I.D. card. Can she get married using this as a form of ID.? or does she have to go back if she does will she be allowed to come back to get married again.
He is a UK national.
He is a Uk National.
Look forward to hearing from you soon.
She has got an two ID cards with her, will this be enough do you think. Does the minister want to see her passport because they want to see her visa or is it for identification purpose only.
will she be able to use her old passport..
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