Ana Jenson, a 27-year-old English teacher, is married to a Japanese man, who she met through her job.
Now they plan to travel together to Europe to marry in 2017.
But the couple has to travel on their own, and the visa they applied for will not be valid if they are in the same city as their intended destination.
“My husband and I are both British nationals.
We applied for a marriage certificate for ourselves, but the certificate is not valid if we are in a city with a visa that requires us to go through customs,” Ana Jordon, from the town of Kestral, told the Guardian.
“We are trying to get a visa for ourselves that is valid for us to travel and marry in Europe.”
The couple had applied for marriage certificates from several different countries, including the UK, Ireland and France, and all were rejected, according to the Guardian article Marriage visa: How to get one if you want to marry overseas article The couple decided to marry, but had no idea that their application would be rejected, as their application had not been made public.
“The visa application has not been published,” said Ana Jarden.
If the couple did not receive a visa within two weeks, they would be deported. “
It was difficult to get the visa because of the time difference, and we were going to have to travel through customs and apply for a new visa.”
If the couple did not receive a visa within two weeks, they would be deported.
The couple applied for an EU-wide visa for their wedding, but have had no luck getting a visa since.
“There are so many other couples in London and around the country who are having the same issue.
It’s frustrating because we want to get married, but we are having no luck,” Ana said.
“I think it is something that needs to be addressed.
We have tried to apply for the UK and Irish visas, but no-one knows if they will be issued.”
The UK government has issued a blanket travel ban on UK citizens from certain countries, and has banned the sale of all alcohol and tobacco products in the country.
The UK is not alone in banning alcohol and the sale and importation of tobacco.
Earlier this month, it was announced that a British woman from Scotland had been detained in Spain after she was caught with more than £1,000 in cash in her bag.
In May, it emerged that the US state of Vermont has suspended the visas of some of its citizens from the Philippines, and that a Briton from New Zealand had been arrested for having illegal immigration documents.
There is also no indication that the UK will be exempt from the ban.