With consideration to the following requirement for FLR(M) and ILR:
"E-LTRP.1.10. The applicant and their partner must intend to live together permanently in the UK and, in any application for further leave to remain as a partner (except where the applicant is in the UK as a fiancé(e) or proposed civil partner) and in any application for indefinite leave to remain as a partner, the applicant must provide evidence that, since entry clearance as a partner was granted under paragraph D-ECP1.1. or since the last grant of limited leave to remain as a partner, the applicant and their partner have lived together in the UK or there is good reason, consistent with a continuing intention to live together permanently in the UK, for any period in which they have not done so."
thank you, geoeng
I get this point but since there is no days limit to be within the UK for spouse visa ILR, it is then up to the applicant to prove that there were good reasons and there is an intention to live together permanently.
My worry was that after my spouse entering the UK for the first time, I left the work and we decided to travel around in my country of origin for about 6 months before finally coming back to UK. But since then we've almost not travelled out
So, I take it that it would not be an issue and we can apply right after the completion of 30 months of entering in the UK ...
Thanks very much!