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Please advise, its regarding my marriage with my

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Dear Sir, Please advise, its regarding my marriage with my eu partner. I am currently on tier 4 visa and my visa is expiring on 22nd may, we have given our notice to the local registry office already. As you must be aware that home office now do the investigation during the notice period which takes from 28days to 70 days. Our period has extended to 70 days and the last decision will made by them is 16th may. I have 6 days to find my marriage date. Please advise shall i take the risk of this 6 days what if i dont find the marriage date in these 6 days but home office approved our marriage until 16th may. Would i be able to still get married if i get the marriage date after my visa expires that is 22nd may
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: UK Immigration Law
Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 6 months ago.
Let me see if I can help and please rate positive.The most sensible approach would be to provisionally book your wedding now, to tae place between 16 and 22 May. In the alternate you would need to also seek an extension to your visa - and for this reason it is often better to provisionally book within the window which you have to get married. Happy to discuss but please rate positive.
Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 6 months ago.
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