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Do i need to remarry her as we got married in India, i posted a message to LawyersClubIndia.com a few months ago and was told our marriage is still legal in India, so i don't think i need to remarry her.
Can you tell the new salary & financial requirements are?
I do meet the financial requirements. These are the steps based on my understanding of what you have written:
Remarry the girl in India. If i am already married to her in India then this is not needed, and we can use the original indian marriage certificate.
Step 2 we apply for a spouse visa, and provide sworn statements to reconcile the marriage.
Step 3 submit the application for spouse visa in India as before.
This is a lot to do, can i and her just not write statements to the Indian Embassy or some place?
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