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Yes as you're British now, your wife will have Spouse visa for three years, then you will have to apply for her ILR and then British Citizenship. You need to show you have sufficient funds though. I think if you click on this thread that is where you will find most help. Good luck.spike_UK wrote:Hi guys, After a long time I'm back to the forum and happy to share some informations with you all.
Now that I'm British, I want to go to University and also planing to get married from non EU country. The question is,,, Can you still get my spouse visa while I'm in Uni/study?
Many thanks for any advise.
Oh yes, I live in 2004 still it seems thanks Casa.Casa wrote:Your wife will be on a five year spouse visa (not three), 2.5 years followed by a further 2,5 years. After which, once she has been granted ILR if she meets all the standard requirements and your marriage is subsisting, she will be able to apply for British Citizenship.
In order for the spouse settlement visa application to succeed you will have to show that you are earning at least £18,600 per annum, or have £62,500 in savings (held for 6 months). How will you comply with this?
Have you clicked on Vinny's links? As you've been advised, you aren't exempt as a student from complying with the mandatory condition of £18,600 pa earnings or substantial savings.