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Urgent - Divorced ( Applying for Settlement VISA) (3 Posts)
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22 October, 2017 11:19PM
Urgent - Divorced ( Applying for Settlement VISA)
kuts - 22 October, 2017 11:19PM
Hello All,

First Marriage - In India (2009)
Divorce case launched In India during 2012 at this time I was in UK holding a permanent Resident Visa.

2016 December
Officially Divorced in India and have the original Court Order - During the Divorce I was a Naturalized British Citizen.

Second Marriage
2017 April - Married again for the second time and have the Marriage Certificate from India.

Please clarify that I am in the process of applying for a settlement visa for my wife and I have the original court order and the new marriage certificate and I would like to know Is there anything that I have to do to certify the court order either in India or UK to process the settlement visa for my wife.

Thanks...
Re: Urgent - Divorced ( Applying for Settlement VISA)
davidterry - 23 October, 2017 09:30AM
It seems to me you are asking for immigration advice rather than divorce advice.
Re: Urgent - Divorced ( Applying for Settlement VISA)
kuts - 23 October, 2017 11:21AM
Apologize ...

But can you let me know if the documents is acceptable in UK or do I have to get attested or notaried here In UK.
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