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This is possible to bring 2nd wife as your dependant.
Polygamous marriages which take place in another country, and are valid there, may be recognised as being valid in the UK.If you both are saudi national then yes.
Her visa will depend upon your personal circumstances. If you will fulfil criteria to be a sponsor then Embassy will grant her visa.
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Additional marriage photograph
6 months bank statement
6 months payslips or sufficient balance to live and manage 2 wives
Accommodation documents to prove they have enough place live in the presence of first wife
You would not have access to public funds
Current applicant and sponsor pasports
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She needs to apply as your dependant. She will be granted till your visa expiry.
You need to read this case and carry on further.
The Immigration Directorate Instructions7 provide information about when polygamous marriages may, and may not, be recognised: Whether a marriage is to be regarded as monogamous or polygamous must initially be determined by where the marriage is celebrated.If the law of the country where the marriage takes place prohibits polygamy, (as English law does) then all marriages celebrated under that law must be monogamous, regardless of whether a party to such a marriage is permitted to practice polygamy in his country of domicile. Such a person can nevertheless contract a valid marriage here, as long as he is not already married, either here or abroad. Any further marriage contracted in this country would be void as it would be bigamous.If the country in which the marriage is celebrated permits polygamy, any marriage contracted there by a person whose country of domicile permits him to enter into a polygamous union will be polygamous...The 1988 Immigration Act does not affect the validity or otherwise of polygamous marriages. They are to be addressed as set out above. The 1988 Act mainly acts to limit the consequential immigration rights of actually polygamous wives.8In a written answer in April 2008, Lord Hunt of Kings Heath, then a junior Justice Minister, set out the conditions and reasons for recognition of a polygamous marriage: For a polygamous marriage to be considered valid in the UK, the parties must be domiciled in a country where polygamous marriage is permitted, and must have entered into the marriage in that country. Provided the parties follow the necessary requirements under the law of the country in question, the marriage would be recognised in England and Wales. The law is drafted thus because the Government have no desire forcibly to sever relationships that have been lawfully contracted in other jurisdictions. This should not, however, be construed as government approval of polygamous marriage. The Government do not support polygamous marriage and support the law that prohibits parties from contracting polygamous marriages in this jurisdiction.
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