I am British,
I travel back to the UK every couple of weeks to see my children from a previous marriage, in fact i am back tomorrow.
to give some background we have been in a relationship for a number of years and decided to get married, its not a problem for her to get a visa as she has worked in the UK before and visited many times. We both work for Tesco PLC and currently seconded to Krakow in Poland
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX we could do that, i often read that people get married so that one partner or the other can gainentry to the UK and get a british passport, obviously this is not the case and she is very patriotic so would not want to change her passport but did think we could register the marriage and at least get a residents visa as that is what she has with Poland, and this can be renewed without going to the embassy.
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