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I met my husband abroad in 2003 and he come to the UK on a

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I met my husband abroad in 2003 and he come to the UK on a fiancee visa in 2005 He got his British Passport through marriage and six months after getting it he was off to see another woman . After I found her email which proved that he was unfaithful we quarelled and he left. I found out that 2 tears prior to meeting me, he had arrived at Heathrow with documents of a deceased person name C O and was deported. I asked him about this and he disclosed that he was deported twice and that he did not love me but had used me to beat the system.I am very hurt and I would like our marriage annulled on the grounds of deception. Is this possible? Would they have taken his photo when he came as C O. Can he status here be revoked?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: UK Immigration Law
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Customer: replied 7 years ago.

 

 

Because my husband did not disclose vital information to the home office, may I be able to obtain a quick divorce on the grounds of deception?

 

 

 

( I have tried to make the question clearer}

Customer: replied 7 years ago.

 

 

Because my husband did not disclose vital information to the home office, may I be able to obtain a quick divorce on the grounds of deception?

 

 

 

( I have tried to make the question clearer} I live in London.

Expert:  Fran-mod replied 7 years ago.
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Expert:  Clare replied 7 years ago.
hi
it would be difficult to get the marriage annulled but easy to get a divorce based on his unreasonable behaviour
so far as the immigration issue is concerned you can only report the matter to the border agency and they will investigate the matter
claire

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