Bride May Be Removed from the U.K.

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Post by Laan Yaa Mo » April 14, 2015, 6:19 pm

can123 wrote:There is something we do not know about and the officials do not look silly.
Of course they look silly which is one of the points of the article. It is written to look like a simple case that the British bungled owing to a bureaucracy that does not use common sense.

However, I tend to agree that there is more to this than meets the eye. The husband, for whatever reason, made it in and can take care of his ailing mother. The wife did not, and now must prove that their relationship is genuine. What does that entail? Is it the same criteria that a newlywed couple from outside the U.K. must provide...photos from the wedding, testimonials from friends that their relationship is real...details about the honeymoon, guest lists from the reception et al?

The point about the name change is a good one. Why was that needed? Were they Nazis? Something is rotten in the state of Denmark and it will be interesting to learn the conclusion to this tale.


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Post by can123 » April 14, 2015, 6:54 pm

Laan Yaa Mo wrote:Of course they look silly which is one of the points of the article. It is written to look like a simple case that the British bungled owing to a bureaucracy that does not use common sense.
I had a job in part of that bureaucracy and I can assure you that things are rarely as simple as they seem. The officials are perfectly correct in insisting that these people satisfy the conditions. For one reason or another they have failed to meet them up to now. The country cannot take the easy way out. Laws must be obeyed and if this couple cannot give the appropriate evidence immediately then there is something very fishy about their claims. I love the UK and only want people to enter it if they respect our laws.

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Post by Laan Yaa Mo » April 14, 2015, 7:15 pm

I believe you.

Unhappily, both Canadian and British immigration departments have let people in that do not always respect our laws.
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Post by jai yen yen » April 15, 2015, 5:51 am

can123 wrote:
Laan Yaa Mo wrote:Of course they look silly which is one of the points of the article. It is written to look like a simple case that the British bungled owing to a bureaucracy that does not use common sense.
I had a job in part of that bureaucracy and I can assure you that things are rarely as simple as they seem. The officials are perfectly correct in insisting that these people satisfy the conditions. For one reason or another they have failed to meet them up to now. The country cannot take the easy way out. Laws must be obeyed and if this couple cannot give the appropriate evidence immediately then there is something very fishy about their claims. I love the UK and only want people to enter it if they respect our laws.
For some reason I am not surprised that you had a job in that part of bureaucracy.

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Post by can123 » April 15, 2015, 1:58 pm

jai yen yen wrote:For some reason I am not surprised that you had a job in that part of bureaucracy.
Are you capable of writing anything which is not unpleasant in tone ? Do you think you have the necessary intellect to perform contemplative work ?

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Post by msa » April 22, 2015, 10:48 pm

Laan Yaa Mo wrote: Something is rotten in the state of Denmark and it will be interesting to learn the conclusion to this tale.
Yes, but please leave Denmark and danes out of it. We to have our problems. [-X \:D/


Just went through the immigration circus with my wife. I had to give redundant copies of marriage certificates and other papers already certified by danish authorities. Where told that if I didn't visa would be rejected due to missing mandatory information. :-" :-# :confused:

So me think they missed out some mandatory papers or information. :^o

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Post by trubrit » April 23, 2015, 10:40 am

The topic title does raise the question , When does a bride become a wife? Not even after 45 years apparently . :-"
Ageing is a privilige denied to many .

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Post by Laan Yaa Mo » April 23, 2015, 6:09 pm

msa wrote:Yes, but please leave Denmark and danes out of it. We to have our problems. [-X \:D/
Yes, that is true as the people of Norway never fail to point out as often as possible.
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Post by GT93 » May 12, 2015, 1:29 am

Leaving Danes out of it, New Zealand groom to be was removed from the UK:

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/relationships ... d=11446612

Oh well, the couple will just have to first live in NZ.

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Post by Zidane » May 12, 2015, 9:04 am

Reading the article,it seems a pretty shocking ruling that this young man is not being allowed to live in the UK with his bride to be.....they have been together for 6 years and he has worked and paid taxes in the UK.
If you are white and have genuine reasons for being in the UK you seem to be at a disadvantage compared to the Pakistanis,Bangladeshis and Afghans who just come over to claim benefits and get free accomodation ! =;

The only thing I can see that this NZ man might have done wrong is that he bears an uncanny resemblance to the cricketer,Kevin Pietersen,which could have worked against him !
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Post by GT93 » May 12, 2015, 2:58 pm

The only time I visited England I was hassled a bit by an Immigration official. I was 36 years old, travelling on my own, and going through Immigration amongst what looked like quite a few flights full of passengers not from the first world.

To my surprise I got about a dozen questions about what I was doing and whether I was returning home. I had a return ticket. Streuth I was obviously a tourist. A 36 year old from a western country doesn't go to the UK to pull pints illegally in a pub for the minimum wage or whatever young downunder people then did. I just assumed they hassled everyone but perhaps they picked on people with my profile. I just kept my cool and got the stamp. I enjoyed my visit.

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