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Has anyone gone through the UK marriage visa process?

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My American daughter has recently become engaged to a gentleman from the UK. They are hoping to be married in the UK in the next year. However, the UK visa process seems overwhelming already as they cannot reserve a wedding ceremony place without a marriage visa.They cannot apply for a marriage visa as.my daughter works outside of the country and needs her USA passport for work but she will also have to give that up for 6-10 weeks to obtain the visa.

My questions are:
Has anyone gone through trying to get a UK marriage visa in the past couple years?
Would she be allowed to get a second USA passport so that she can continue to work but also have the one to send into the UK visa bureau?
Any ideas on a basic fee for a UK immigration attorney over there?

Any tips or information would be greatly appreciated!

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