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If as a non German, EU national, I am married to a non EU spouse trough a proxy marriage. Would such a marriage be able to be regarded as valid in Germany if I were to move and live in Germany with my wife, by use of the right of free movement in EU.  I'm aware that there can be other factors which influence if a marriage would be regarded valid, however I'm interested in knowing if the sole fact that it is a proxy marriage would make it regarded differently than other marriages or require a larger burden of proof of a real marriage. And if there is a history of Germany recognizing such marriages.
asked Feb 10 in Legal advice by Concerned

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Hello,

Thank you for reaching out to the Wefugees community.

I need some more informations:

What nationality do you and your wife have and where was this marriage made?

Please contact me again. I'm a consultant with mbeon and I‘ll be glad to help you over a longer period of time. Mbeon is an online advice for migrants via the mbeon app, which you can install on your smartphone for free. Download it from App Store or Google Play Store. You can find me in the mbeon app and get confidential individual advice in a secure virtual space without other people reading our conversation. Further information: www.mbeon.de.
Best regards,
your mbeon advisor

B. Schünemann

Mannheim
answered Feb 11 by manrhei-mbeon
Thanks.
My wife is Iranian and I’m a Danish Citizen. We were married in El Salvador.
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Hello,

Please, can you contact me in the app mbeon? I have asked this question to a lawyer.

Best regards

B. Schünemann

Mannheim
answered 6 days ago by manrhei-mbeon
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