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..now this is an intersting one - Kaya, any thoughts on these draconian rules?...
http://www.ind.homeoffice.gov.uk/ind/en ... ister.html
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Does this mean that two people currently in the UK, both on say work permit, can not marry in the UK without written permission from the secretary of state?
I hope this country does not go the same way as Denmark!
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It does mean that in the sense that a non-EEA citizen will be affected by the new regulations, and if they from not come to the UK on a fiancée visa then they will need permission from the Home Office.
All this is to do with stopping sham marriages.