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have sought to claim asylum on the grounds of being gay and no doubt at risk of persecution in you home country. A sudden change of sexuality gay to heterosexual within a few months and finding a girl to marry, may well be considered very suspicious and even a false asylum claim. If that is so, your application could be terminated or revoked leading to possible deportation.
So, I would seriously suggest some very careful consideration on how you feel and what you are doing. I have attached a link to the government Home office document on asylum and revocation of status. You may want to read that very carefully before making any further decision.
You could still have problems. Which country are you from and where is the girl from?
Where do you intense to live?
Neither of you are U.K. citizens,
The girl is from an EU country but as you are not, you will require a visa to marry. Your problem is that you are claiming asylum. Your request to marry would be sent to the Home Office. Once they see this, they could consider either your asylum application as being a sham and false, They could consider your application to marry the same, in the hope to obtain spouse right to stay in U.K. Either option in your case could be rejected by the Home Office. It is possible the marriage option could be granted, but it could be a gamble.
You would certainly have to cancel your asylum application if you apply to marry.
I am sure you are, but the Home Office would need convincing that it is genuine and not a marriage of convenience.
I am very sorry but I can only advise on the legal aspects of what you have asked. It would be wrong to give an opinion on the matter.
However, if you wait for the final interview as gay, you would be going into that interview likely knowing it is a false interview as the grounds may no longer be genuine.
Ypu would still need to apply to get married even after asylum is granted, and again it could be revoked if it is viewed as being a false bogus application.
The less risky option would be to look at the marriage then cancel the asylum application
Is that in relation to the marriage?
If you want to start the marriage application, then yes. But remember they will report application to Home Office.
That’s fine. That shows what you would need to take with you.
I really could not say. It would depend on the person carrying out the review on how they view the application.
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