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Monday, 17 November 2014


AN ENGAGED couple were left devastated when immigration officers swooped on their wedding ceremony and told them they couldn't tie the knot.

Blackburn-born David Rouillon and his fiancée Erika Britt Malone, who is American, had planned to get married at Blackburn Register Office, but the celebration was cancelled by staff from the Home Office.

The Lancashire Telegraph understands Miss Malone arrived in the UK without entry clearance as a fiancée, instead relying on entry as a visitor.

If she makes the correct application in the future and it is accepted, she could still marry in the UK at a later date.

A Home Office spokesman said Miss Malone's passport was now with her file and would be sent to the airport once confirmation of her return flight on December 10 was produced today (MON).

He said: "We are building an immigration system that is fair to British citizens and legitimate migrants and tough on those who flout the law.

“Where officials have reason to doubt the legitimacy of a wedding ceremony, or the immigration status of either party involved, they will seek to take appropriate action.”

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