And the England winger could even be booted out of the country after Celebrity Big Brother glamour girl Jess Impiazzi revealed to The Sun the couple had split.
Solomona, who was banned for four weeks on Thursday for homophobic abuse, has been under investigation since January.
Impiazzi’s revelation was seized upon by the Home Office because the Auckland-born Sale Sharks star's UK permit hinges on their relationship.
Anyone living in the UK on a so-called “spousal visa” must show they plan to live with their partner or spouse permanently.
And a huge crackdown on sham weddings means officials now investigate if they learn of any break-up or change in circumstances.
Last night Impiazzi, 28, insisted the pair were still “working to sort it out” and said she was confident of them doing so.
Yet she has been asked by UK Visa and Immigration chiefs to confirm the status of their relationship. They will then decide whether the explanation is acceptable.
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The Sun understands the immigration probe is ongoing.
And if officials rule Solomona, 24, has breached the terms of his visa he could be told to leave Britain.
Sources last night said the star could still submit a new visa application — which would depend on the Home Office deciding if he brings an exceptional talent to the country.
Solomona and Impiazzi first dated in 2015, split the following summer, yet reconciled and got hitched at the world famous Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas in November.
She told The Sun before going into the Big Brother house: “When he got down on one knee there was never a doubt about saying yes.
“I thought we would have a normal wedding, but before I could blink we were walking down the aisle in the same place Britney Spears got married.”
England boss Eddie Jones picked Solomona for last summer’s tour to Argentina and he scored a try as a substitute on his debut.
But he was then sent home from a Red Rose training camp with team-mate Manu Tuilagi after a drinking session.
He was also named in England’s elite squad for the recent Six Nations tournament but did not make any of the match-day squads.
Solomona has been dogged by controversy ever since he dramatically quit Super League side Castleford Tigers in 2016, trying to force a code switch to Sale.
He had scored a record 40 tries that year for Cas before retiring from Rugby League with two years left on his contract. That sparked legal action from the Tigers and Sale eventually agreed an out-of-court payment of around £200,000.
During his time in rugby league Solomona — who moved here from Melbourne Storm in 2014 — won one cap for Samoa. He qualifies through his parentage.
After a three-year residency period he became eligible for England but always insisted he would not play Rugby League for them — despite later doing so in union.
Yet when he left Castleford for Sale, it also meant he needed a new visa because he had changed sports — which has eventually sparked the current investigation.
Last week, he was charged with the homophobic abuse of Worcester Warriors fly half Jamie Shillcock during an Aviva Premiership game.
An RFU panel found him guilty and their four-week ban means he will not play again this season.
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