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Yes we both live in the uk. i know a civil ceremony here would be recognised in France too. that is why we want one. But I would like to know if it would be legal for us to get married here as well. in that case what would be the marital status to mention on the marriage certificate in the uk?
application for a residence card pending.
our mariage by proxy is legal in uk . we have been married for two years. my question was very clear and straighforward. having been married by proxy which is not valid in france would it be legal for us to have a civil ceremony here (that would be accepted in france). i could have any immigration status. i do not see the relevance. and you take 5 hours to come up with your question. if you dont know, just leave it. i am not satisfied.
Having applied for residence card as a married couple, would that not be strange to tell a register that we are unmarried. What are the risks of doing so? how could we approach a register with that situation?