Generally people develop their expressions and behaviour based on existing social settings and through this specific social setting a person creates his own identity. In case of an immigrant identity shifting essential and he/she creates a new sense or awareness about the new culture or environment. Historians have documented that discussions and debates about women’s identity problems have started in the UK in 1872. (Struggle for identity: Issues underlying the enactment of the 1926 adoption of children act, 2001, p.1). Identity adaptation became a part of social and political life of the modern time. Identity adaptations often create real or perceived conflicts between the existing identities and the new acquired identities. “Studies have noticed that persons who migrate experience multiple stresses that affects their mental or physical well being, rituals and customs, loss of cultural identity, and existing social supporting system.” (Sayad, 2004, p.300).
Cultural difference plays a vital role among women whose partner is emigrated. Multiple identity gives the idea to the reader that a person who shows different attitudes and traits towards his/her surroundings in a different manner or acquisition of new identity. At present, people with multiple identities have faced the problem of identity crisis. Generally, people tend to exhibit a particular identity which is better suited for their existing environment. “Women in the UK have faced different types of problems in their married life”. (Patel, n.d). After marriage, a female would be forced to get adjusted to the new cultural identity of her husband, who is a different nationality. Problems are being faced in various fields such as common behaviour, communication, rituals and manners, education, clothing and employment. “After marriage, women often are forced to follow the religious practices of her husband”. (Forced marriage (civil protection) bill, 2010). Sometimes the wife may fails to