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You have missed the point of the users question completely.John Immanuel wrote: ↑Thu Oct 03, 2019 12:10 pmYou can apply for UK spouse visa if you are married to a British citizen or a person who has settlement status in the UK (i.e. a person who holds Indefinite Leave to Remain [ILR] or right of abode).
The visa, which is initially issued for a two and a half year period, allows you to work without restriction in the UK. You may also exit and re-enter the country multiple times. At the end of the two and half years, you will need to extend your stay in the UK for a further two and a half years.
After being on the spousal visa for a total of five years, you must submit evidence to the Home Office that you have been living together for that time, after which you may be eligible to apply for ILR.
In order to apply for this visa, you and your spouse must:
Be lawfully married to one another
Intend to live together permanently as man and wife
Ensure that the British citizen meets the financial requirement set out by the UK Visas and Immigration office
You may also apply for a UK visa as a dependant in any of the following circumstances:
You are married or in a long-term relationship with someone who holds an ancestry visa
You are married or in a long-term relationship with someone who holds a student visa
You are married or in a long-term relationship with someone who holds a work permit
You are married or in a long-term relationship with someone who holds a Tier 1 visa
Considering her educational background, I think she would be in a position to get a good job once she finds out what is needed.RemoTheBoss wrote: ↑Wed Oct 02, 2019 1:49 pmI am not sure where I can get advice regarding what route she has to go through to get a job here in London. Does she need to do any additional training, what kind of career she can get into. etc (These are the type of advice I am looking for). Is there any agency i can approach regarding this? Any advice is greatly appreciated guys.