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After ten short months of marriage.. my wife an I are separating.
I am lost as to the legal implications of this. What to do next. If I can stay in France, if I even want to???
I have my spouse visa, and my vignette an have started my first French class today.
I am concerned as to what will happen to my status, as I have taken on some very important engagements setting up life in France. That I have every intention of seeing through.
Bev can you please help me like you have helped so many people before me..,
I am scared . Worried an very hurt.
An don't know the way out . But I do know I wish to stay on in France ...
 

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For the moment, all you can do is to carry on with fulfilling your contrat d'acceuil et d'integration. At the end of your first year here, when you go to apply for a carte de séjour, you're going to need to provide evidence that your "communauté de vie" hasn't ended (basically, that you're still living together and sharing a home and common life).

OTOH, divorce in France can take a LONG time and there are all sorts of stalling tactics. I don't suppose they would make you leave France in mid-divorce. But you'd probably best discuss this side of things with an attorney.
Cheers,
Bev
 
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