Thank you again for your response.
The registrar did not ask for my Fiancée's visa when we were interviewed but went through the formal process of interviewing us before we were permitted to give notice. She had been very helpful in organising things for us and she was happy with our interviews and accompanying documents etc. Although I am sure we can evidence our genuine relationship, if immigration officials turn up on the 16th for the wedding ceremony I am very worried that because the error of understanding has occurred around my Fiancée's Student visitors visa they will stop the procedure and try to deport my Fiancée immediately. My Fiancée has a ticket to return to Nepal on the 20th. If worst came to the worst and immigration officials were present would they let her return as normal and just explain to us that we are not permitted to get married or might they take further action? I would not want this to prevent my Fiancée from entering the UK in the future or worse still for them to take any criminal proceedings against either myself or my Fiancée. I agree with you that I should try and see if the marriage goes ahead and of course this is what both of us really want. Is it the registrar that would notify immigration officials of any concerns if she was not happy with the interviews or is this an automatic process for check thats flagged up in situations like ours. I feel as the registra was happy with our interview she would not in this case alert Immigration.
So I guess what I am asking is:
1. Is there any possibility my Fiancée could be deported .
2. Could there be implications for further visits to the UK
3. Could we be faced with any criminal proceedings
4. Is the registrar who initially interviewed us the person who would notify Immigration
Apologies that I have not asked this in a new question but when I tried to do this I was limited with the amount of text I could enter.
I would so greatly appreciate once again your advice as I am really very worried at this stage now as to which way to proceed and need to be prepared to let Family and Friends know if we have to pull out for now.
Thank you for all your advice and time on this.
With best wishes and warmest regards,