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You initially posted in Travel wanting to know the options available to you. You were referred to Expats (here) because among the options available to you are the EEA/EU and UK family formation/family reunion routes. The EEA/EU route is available because your boyfriend is an EEA national and hence enjoys freedom of movement. For this option to work you ...


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Your intentions for entering the UK should (by law) always match your visa type. So you will need to apply for visitor's visa.


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This is a very complicated case. I think you should get a qualified experienced immigration attorney to help you sort this out. My own advice would be that you are proactive and also contact the Home Office and explain the situation, but I would not do this without first consulting an attorney. I'm not sure of the validity of the marriage in the Bahamas as ...


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As commented by @Dennis The generic rules when dealing with immigration are (i) answer any questions you are asked directly and truthfully, and (ii) don't answer questions you aren't being asked (if they want to know they will ask). I did not bother to set up an UK visa account, but took the application form for people living in North Korea and will ...


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You do not have a ban: paragraph 320 7a does not attract a ban, as acknowledged expert on the subject @GayotFow commented when you first asked on sister-site Travel Stack Exchange. That said, a UK visa refusal under 320(7A) (deception) is serious and the refusal is one which you are obligated to disclose, when asked in subsequent visa applications to any ...


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