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We live in the UK; my husband is not legal in England


Andzia8859 1 | -
10 Sep 2011  #1
I live in uk,i have husband,who is not ligal in england.We get marry on monday(5th september 2011) he dont have work permision,nothing,we was waiting for decision about his legacy case.He was going every friday to police station,to singh,this friday homme office catch him,they arrest him,now they move him to some place,I dont know what i can do,im afraid that they can move him back to his country.please can someone help me?
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,671
10 Sep 2011  #2
maybe an immigration lawyer??
aldo - | 3
10 Sep 2011  #3
if you are already married with him you should have a marriage certificate and send to home office and i m sure they will freed him and if he got a lawyer better to contact him and you need to show them you are able to take him in charge i hope he will be free soon and you will back together , good luck .
Somerset 2 | 19
11 Sep 2011  #4
which country is he from?
modafinil - | 418
11 Sep 2011  #5
Israel or Iran, it makes no difference.Just if it is a sham or genuine as to whether you both stay in England.
Midas 1 | 571
11 Sep 2011  #6
Hopefully he gets deported.
Angel-eyes
11 Sep 2011  #8
well said midas. Lets hope he gets deported.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,671
11 Sep 2011  #9
you nasty judgemental internet fekers...you do not even know the guy.....or anything about him..does he really matter to your
saddo lives?
Chicago Pollock 7 | 504
11 Sep 2011  #10
I live in uk,i have husband,who is not legal in England.

that's a bummer.
poland_
11 Sep 2011  #11
I live in uk,i have husband,who is not ligal in england.We get marry on monday(5th september 2011) he dont have work permision,nothing,we was waiting for decision about his legacy case

Anna, the best place for you in the UK is citizensadvice.org.uk in your local area. If your marriage is real they will help you, if its a sham you are both in a lot of trouble.

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Somerset 2 | 19
11 Sep 2011  #12
is it a one of theose Indian/pakistani guys who get eastern european girls to marry them for an eu Passport?
time means 5 | 1,310
11 Sep 2011  #13
you do not even know the guy.....or anything about him

We know that he is here illegally and has no right to stay.

If the marriage is strong why doesn't the girl go with him to his own country. That is the obvious answer.
peacock
11 Sep 2011  #14
is he from afghanistan muslim ?
southern 75 | 7,097
11 Sep 2011  #15
Probably a relative of Bin Laden.
rt3d 10 | 46
11 Sep 2011  #16
call the uk boarder agency. they will provide you more info
on where he,s located
OWELL
11 Sep 2011  #17
Probably a relative of Bin Laden.

his son and sister live in usa happily:)
alfred
11 Sep 2011  #18
His son Omar, lived in Cheshire a few years ago. Your not Jane Felix-Browne are you?
isthatu2 4 | 2,708
11 Sep 2011  #19
How does someone who is not legal in this country manage to get married in this country? Crazy stuff...........call me old fashioned,but,if I didnt have a pot to p!ss in or even the means or legal right to buy a pot I think the last thing on my mind would be getting married...must have been a kicking reception party...........brutal truth, you are well shot of him love.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,671
11 Sep 2011  #20
, you are well shot of him love.

you might have a point there.
isthatu2 4 | 2,708
11 Sep 2011  #21
Dont get me wrong, on a human level I feel sorry for this lad. Ive stood on a hill in bedfodshire and looked down on YarlsWood ,well,lets face it,concentration camp.

The Border agency bastards slung a 15 year old Kurdish lass in there on her own a couple of years back,she'd lived here for over 10 years,did really well in high school....nah, fek her they thought,easy target,make up the numbers,heartless cnuts, them and bailifs,proof of the banality of evil.
paulinska 9 | 86
12 Sep 2011  #22
Andzia, sorry to hear about the detention of your husband. First things first, get yourself an Immigration lawyer and as Warszawski noted, CAB is the best place to get advice on which legal help is available to you.

As far as i know, failed asylum seekers not in detention are required to sign on, if this is the case with your husband, then UKBA have probably decided to have him deported and if you haven't heard from him by now, then there's a chance that he's already back in his home country as we speak.

Knowing UK immigration law, you and your husband couldn't have married legally because of his immigration status. That probably prompted UKBA to have your husband detained cos it's now a criminal offence to get married without a legal immigration status. If it's a marriage that involved paying money of any sort to any authorities i.e priests or local marriage office then i would be very worried cos you could end up in Prison - hopefully this is not the case.

What i can say is, if your husband has broken immigration law i.e 'Sham Marriage', then there's no chance that he'll stay in the UK. However, i also know that European family law has jurisdication in such cases, it all depends on how good your lawyer is and unforfunately that means money, loads of money! I genuinely hope this works out for you.
Cardno85 31 | 976
13 Sep 2011  #23
I do feel sorry for the chap and the poster. However, you seemed to know that he was illegal before marriage. Was it not a bit irresponsible to come to the UK where, at the moment, we are cracking down on illegal immigrants. The fact is that what he has done was illegal and, well, there's little that can be done. As was mentioned before, talk to citizen's advice and see if they can get you a decent immigration lawyer. That is if he didn't realise what he was doing was illegal (going on a long shot). If a lawyer can prove he knew what he was doing then there is no option but deportation.
OWELL
13 Sep 2011  #24
That is if he didn't realise what he was doing was illegal (going on a long shot). If a lawyer can prove he knew what he was doing then there is no option but deportation

Beaing a american can i freakin stay over 90 days in eu AND NOT 3 MONTHS ? oh! can i murder someone legally? I FREEKIN NEED TO KNOW THAT THAT IS ILEGAL...IDIOTS
Cardno85 31 | 976
13 Sep 2011  #25
I think I might have been able to decipher your post this time. I think you may be agreeing with me in a round about way.
g60edition 6 | 175
13 Sep 2011  #26
you nasty judgemental internet fekers...you do not even know the guy.....or anything about him

You are right there I dont know him.But he is in the country illegaly and and has no permission to work so he got arrested.Hopefully he will be deported soon.
KingAthelstan 9 | 142
13 Sep 2011  #27
it was only 7 years ago that you guys were not legal, hypocrites
Sidliste_Chodov 1 | 441
13 Sep 2011  #28
I'm no Russell Grant, but I can confidently predict that you're not exactly going to have a long and popular stay on PF. I must be psychic... :p
Midas 1 | 571
13 Sep 2011  #29
7 years ago I was as legal as ever.
KingAthelstan 9 | 142
13 Sep 2011  #30
7.5 years ago then,before the Polish Invasion of 2004


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