> axiom haunt wrote:
> If you want to get married in the UK the correct visa is a fianc
> In recent years, there have been restrictions brought in o
> citizens or permanent residents getting married in the UK (on tourist
> status) and trying to sponsor for a spouse visa. That route i
> usually no
> longer possible.
> If you get married in Canada, then she can sponsor for a spouse visa.
> After 3 years living in the UK (assuming you get married), you will b
> to become a naturalised British citizen. Canada allows dua
> Out of interest, how did she "upgrade" from BOC to full Britis
> Was it on the basis of 5 years residence in the UK, or was it unde
> 2003 concession for certain BOCs with no other nationality?
Thanx for the info!!! It was under the concession of certain BOCs wit
NO other nationality. I think after the 3rd yr she will get all he
"full rights" as a British Citizen, i think thats the case!!!
Some more querries:
1.) Why get married in canada and then she sponsors me? Is it faster i
the process, if so wots the time frame we looking at?
2.) Cant i get just get married to her in UK and then apply on he
strength from within the UK? Or is it not feasible, if it is wot tim
frames are we looking at, if any? Coz still not clear on the touris
visa thing, or have they cut it down completely and closed that ally?
3.) We have known each other over 5yrs, but apparently dont share an
financialets, or bank accounts or mail addresses, will this pose
Wot sort of valid proof will be looked for apart from the above o
4.) After sponsorship, wot time frame are we looking at for complet
correct paper work to go through and for me to move?
Thanx all. Any more info will be appreciated, and if i have any i wil
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