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The UK has a procedure for people who have entered without an intention to marry and subsequently form an intention to marry while they are in the UK. That procedure requires notifying the Home Office, and, as noted in MJeffryes's answer, the Home Office may extend the notice period to 70 days. Then again, they might not. You can read about the Home Office ...


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Unfortunately, you cannot get married while visiting the UK unless you hold a Marriage Visitor Visa, which is inappropriate for your partner, since she intends to live in the UK after marriage. The guidance from UKVI states: All visitors who intend to enter the UK to marry or enter into a civil partnership or give notice of an intention to marry or form a ...


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There should be no difference between getting married in different US states, for immigration or other purposes. And you should not be getting married again in any state, because you are already married. I'm guessing that what you heard might be that it might be easier to present a marriage certificate from the US as evidence of the marriage in the US, than ...


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Any jurisdiction that recognizes your marriage will not marry you again. If you can find a jurisdiction that does not recognize your marriage but that permits you to marry might marry you without your needing to get divorced first, but it seems unlikely that such an jurisdiction exists. As far as one of you entering the UK or the US as the spouse of the ...


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Family of German citizens are subject to German domestic law as regards immigration to Germany. Family of Italian citizens are subject to the EU free movement directive when it comes to immigration to Germany. Unlike Italy, which has elected to treat its own citizens' families at least as favorably as those of citizens of other EU countries, Germany makes ...


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