Immigration topics relating to unmarried/civil partnerships, same sex marriages, or cross border partnerships in general. If you have already studied the immigration rules page on the uklgig website
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Hi - I'm back on this forum again now seeking some advice. I had civil partnerhship in London and then later my partner and I dissolved it about 3 years ago. Also I got my british nationality through civil partnership in 2013. Now I'm about to get straight marriage in a month time from back home. It is partially due to family pressure and also I want to get marry as well as I always wanted to have family/children. So I will have to sponsor my new wife after marriage to come and live with me in the Netherlands. (I'm living in Netherlands for last 5 months. I've british nationality). But I'm getting very worried now as they may reject her visa because I had civil partnership before in UK. what are your thoughts please? Any ideas please? Thanks
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