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my husband is Turkish and was made a British Citizen earlier this year through his marriage to me. After his first visit back to Turkey in 4 years he has come home to tell me he doesn't want a life with me anymore and that he has been now promised by his family in a Muslim marriage to his cousin. He wants me to divorce him so he can then bring this new wife to the Uk as his spouse they also share the same surname. I have said I wont divorce him he must me as I did not break up the marriage.
Where do I stand surely he should divorce me , if I him will it make it easier for him?
can you then tell me if he would have the right to bring a new wife into the UK from Turkey and not have his immigration status re looked at. AS at this time feel he has used our marriage in order to gain British citizen would his application be looked upon especially as he as divorced me as suspicious
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