Constitution and Principles of UK Foreign Spouse Association
DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLE OF UNIVERSAL EQUALITY UNDER BRITISH MARRIAGE LAW
British marriage law, providing for the legal union of a couple as spouses, must set measures equally to apply to all foreign nationals universally.
British immigration law, where one half of the spouses are not a British Citizen, should not set measures to discriminate against foreign nationals on the basis of their geographic origin.
A British citizen must not be stripped of his rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled, or deprived of his standing in any other way on the basis of the geographic origin of a spouse or lawfully wedded partner.
Foreign Spouse Association (Constitution)
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
To campaign to lower the fees levied by the UK immigration authorities and set measures which apply equally to all foreign nationals under British marriage law.
To promote a support network accessible to members and their families to defend their rights and liberties arising out of marriage to a foreign national.
To raise and distribute funds to subsidise foreign nationals, who came as marriage partners, to then naturalise as British Citizens once they have ILR (Indefinite Leave to Remain) status and so finish their journey to become British subjects.