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09 Jun 12 #335912 by katkt
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hello,
i''ve never posted on here. hi all. i''m just trying to fill in the form- the notes aren''t helping me with part 3.

i''menglish, my hisband''s from SA. he has leave to remain and intends to live in the uk forever.

any advice as to what to fill in appreciated. i''ve ticked the first box (article 3.1).

i''ve then ticked 3 boxes in one sentence so that it says: the Petitioner and the respondent is doniciled in england or wales.

is this right?

thanks

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09 Jun 12 #335919 by dukey
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Were you born here? If so and you still live here tick the first box the EU council bit then further down tick habitually resident, so that''s two box''s.

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21 Jun 12 #338100 by katkt
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sorry it''s taken ages to reply but wanted to says a belated thanks! this form is so confusing.
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21 Feb 13 #380667 by Sarah00
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Check out how2divorce handbook.it has all legal information you need to know about divorce without paying ridiculous legal fees.

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