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Royaume-Uni : Les couples mixtes de moins de 21 ans mariés à l'étranger interdits de visa à partir du 1er décembre

 
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MessagePosté le: Jeu 6 Nov - 15:01 (2008)    Sujet du message: Royaume-Uni : Les couples mixtes de moins de 21 ans mariés à l'étranger interdits de visa à partir du 1er décembre Répondre en citant

Royaume-Uni : Mariage à l'étranger : interdiction de visa de conjoint pour les moins de 21 ans. Mesure opérationnelle à partir du 1er décembre. Tests de langue à partir du pays d'origine.

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Voir également à ce sujet l'analyse très détaillée de multinational du 28 juillet :
Les anglais de moins de 21 ans interdits de faire venir leurs conjoints étrangers –Mesure effective à la fin 2008.
http://multinational.leforum.eu/t187-Royaume-Uni-Les-anglais-de-moins-de-21-ans-interdits-de-faire-venir-leurs-conjoints-etrangers-annonce-du-Home-Office-au-nom-de-la-lutte-contre-les-mariages-forces.htm

La mesure est donc avancée d'un mois du fait de la crise économique. Cet été, les autorités britaniques justifiaient la mesure uniquement pour lutter contre les mariages forcés. Elles déclarent aujourd'hui : "et également contre la fraude au mariage". Fraudes et mariages forcés, voilà comment sont définient les relations des quelques 5 000 jeunes couples qui chaque année seront interdit de vivre au Royaume-Uni.



Marriage visas age raised to 21
BBC news
Tuesday, 4 November 2008
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/7708305.stm

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Ministers want to combat forced marriages.

Foreigners applying for marriage visas for the UK will have to be at least 21 years old from the end of this month.

Ministers say raising the age from 18 is needed to stop forced marriages and deter people from abusing the system.

The measure applies to both partners. Spouses will have to agree to learn English - with future plans for English tests before spouses get their visas.

Minister Phil Woolas said "it is important we protect vulnerable young people" and "avoid exploitation".

Other changes intended to tackle forced marriage means people will have to register their intention to get married before they leave the UK.

Shadow home secretary Dominic Grieve said - when ministers first suggested the plan in July - that they were following the Conservative lead on the issue.

From 27 November both parties in a marriage will have to be 21 before a marriage visa can be issued.

Migration points

The government says the move is part of its efforts to "crackdown on forced marriage and on those who attempt to abuse the marriage visa route".

In a report published last year, the Home Office says "there are sometimes situations in which a young person is forced by family pressure into an unwanted union," with one party needing a visa to enter the UK.

Raising the minimum age to 21, would "allow the young people involved to have completed their education as well as allowing them to gain in maturity and possess adequate life skills," it added.

The Home Office is also releasing further guidance for business on its new points-based migration system, after complaints from the CBI that firms were confused about how it will work.

The restrictions covering skilled workers and temporary workers come into force on 27 November.

Mr Woolas said: "The points system means only the migrants with the skills Britain needs can come - and no more. It is also flexible, allowing us to raise or lower the bar according to the needs of business and taking population trends into account.

"Had the system been in place last year there would have been 12 per cent fewer people coming in to work through the equivalent work permit route."

'Retired people'

In a further change, Mr Woolas said he would close the route to UK residence for retired people of independent means, which allows over 60s with an income of £25,000 a year and a connection to the UK to remain indefinitely, provided they do not take work.

Only about 20 people a year took advantage of this route to citizenship, a home office spokeswoman said. They will still be able to apply for a temporary five year visa, she added.

Mr Woolas said: "We recognise that those entering under the retired persons of independent means route are required to be self-sufficient.

"But ... these people may not have enough disposable income to match the demands they place on public services."

Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Chris Huhne said: "The increase in age limits for marriage visas is a welcome defence against abuses such as forced marriage.

"But we must also give more help to legitimate spouses to learn English so they can play a full part in society.

"Tighter controls on counting people in are undermined by not counting them out. Exit checks must be reintroduced immediately if we are to manage migration effectively."



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MessagePosté le: Sam 10 Avr - 18:39 (2010)    Sujet du message: Royaume-Uni : Les couples mixtes de moins de 21 ans mariés à l'étranger interdits de visa à partir du 1er décembre Répondre en citant

Premières dérogations au Royaume Uni concernant le relèvement de l'âge minimum pour le visa de conjoint à 21 ans.

Les militaires sont de nouveau autorisés à faire venir leurs conjoints-partenaires à partir de 18 ans ...

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Changes to the Immigration Rules - minimum age for armed forces marriage visas
UK Border Agency
06 April 2010
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitecontent/newsarticles/2010/april/82-ch…

Today the Immigration Rules relating to marriage visas have changed for serving members of the armed forces.

We are lowering the marriage visa age to 18 for serving members of the armed forces and their partners. This recognises the partners' role in supporting those on the front line, and reflects the unique circumstances in which the armed forces operate.

With effect from 6 April 2010, we have lowered the minimum age at which a person may be granted permission to come to or stay in the UK (also known as 'leave to enter or remain') as the spouse, civil partner, fiancé(e), proposed civil partner, unmarried partner or same-sex partner of a serving member of HM Forces. The minimum age, which was 21 years, is now 18 years.

The age at which a serving member of HM Forces can sponsor a marriage visa application is also reduced from 21 to 18.

This change applies only to serving members of the armed forces and their partners. The marriage visa age remains unchanged at 21 for all other British or settled sponsors and their partners.



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