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    I am a European Union Citizen. I have been here since July, 2016 & I don't need a visa to stay here. Malta, is an ex-colony of the U.K - My mother has a British Passport & the story is not that I am marrying this woman only for the Passport.

    With Brexit coming up & whatever happens, I'd like to get a British Passport. And perhaps a Britian Citizenship in the future assuming the U.K doesn't go face-down after the crisis I believe with happen.

    If I had to get married to a woman, will that give me the opportunity to remain in the U.K?

    For those who would like to mention getting a Student Visa, I wouldn't like to go down that road for multiple reasons including certain restrictions & if I would like to remain in the U.K, I wouldn't be able to.

    Thank you!
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    (Original post by MikaRoza)
    I am a European Union Citizen. I have been here since July, 2016 & I don't need a visa to stay here. Malta, is an ex-colony of the U.K - My mother has a British Passport & the story is not that I am marrying this woman only for the Passport.

    With Brexit coming up & whatever happens, I'd like to get a British Passport. And perhaps a Britian Citizenship in the future assuming the U.K doesn't go face-down after the crisis I believe with happen.

    If I had to get married to a woman, will that give me the opportunity to remain in the U.K?

    For those who would like to mention getting a Student Visa, I wouldn't like to go down that road for multiple reasons including certain restrictions & if I would like to remain in the U.K, I wouldn't be able to.

    Thank you!
    Getting married won't give you citizenship automatically, you need to be resident three years afterwards and pass the life in the uk test I think.
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    (Original post by MikaRoza)
    If I had to get married to a woman, will that give me the opportunity to remain in the U.K?
    If that's the reason you get married, they'll find out and prevent you from going ahead, as well as prosecuting you.
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    If that's the reason you get married, they'll find out and prevent you from going ahead, as well as prosecuting you.
    No, it's not the reason we're getting married as I stated - She brought it up to me for the reason & we do have a great relationship going on & she mentioned it's a good idea if I continue school as well & I agreed rather than doing it in my motherland.

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    Getting married won't give you citizenship automatically, you need to be resident three years afterwards and pass the life in the uk test I think.
    As I said, "And perhaps a Britain Citizenship in the future" as I'm aware it's a long process & I'm not very interested due to the future conditions.
 
 
 
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