Love is not a matter of counting the years, but making the years count.

Mary, an Indian national (presently aged 67 years) was married at 29 to Mehar Singh, it lasted for 6 years. They were blessed with a girl child. Unfortunately, they separated around this time. Ever since, she has been a single parent, living with her daughter in India. It was tough, but it gave Mary immense pleasure in raising her child.

In no time, her daughter, Natasha, grew up and fell in love with George Smith, a British National in the UK. It was Mary’s first time in the UK. It was when she met her daughter’s father-in-law, Mr Smith, aged 73 years old. Now, Mr Smith was divorced as well and has been living on his own. Mr Smith and Mary got along well and starting sharing more time with each other, every time she visited her daughter in the UK.

However, one day when she was in India, she received a call from her daughter. She was pregnant but there were serious health issues. She needed her mother and so, Mary flew to the UK immediately. The medical complications were stressing Natasha and finally when she delivered her baby girl, she was born 2 months premature. Mary needed to be there with her daughter since the Smiths had no family living nearby.

Meanwhile, Mary got closer with Mr Smith and started going to shop at the mall for lunch and became good friends. Mr Smith seemed like a caring, helpful, sensitive man. As grandparents, we enjoyed taking care of Natasha and George’s little tot. Even when they took their granddaughter to the park, people assumed they were a couple. Not that it ever bothered them, but shared a laugh over it. Mary and Smith shared meaningful conversations and soon they felt something special between them. Mr Smith took a leap and asked if Mary had given a thought on them being a couple. It was Valentine’s day, and Mary took a moment. As someone said, ‘Love is not who you can see yourself with. It is who you can’t see yourself without’. Mary’s memories went back in time, to her first marriage, her childbirth, her divorce, her struggle, the sense of being alone for such a long time, and more. But, perhaps this was time to give her life a second chance to enjoy the company of a life partner. Thus, began their relationship. Their families too encouraged them to be together and to start a new life even at an old age because they believed there is no age bar for love.

Mary felt her family is complete now. She entered the UK on a Fiancé Visa and approached us. We were happy to help a beautiful couple with such a moving story get a new lease in life. We also helped her secure a successful Spouse Visa within the UK.

Today, Mary and Smith are leading a happy married life in the UK. We are proud to have been a part of Mary’s journey and make us take more pleasure in what we do. Even with so many years of difficulty and pain, we contributed a small part to Mary’s happily ever after.

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