Thanks for yoru question.
This sounds like an awful situation to be in.
If you are on a limited leave to remain Visa, you will only be entitled to make an application for Indefinite Leave to remain with the support of thour husband. If he is going to prison, this may cause some problems.
I would suggest you contact the following:
If you wish to discuss, please feel free to ask further questions.
In certain circumstances, you can obtain ILR without the support of your Spouse. The first thing you need to do in order to fulfill the criteria is involve external organisations such as the Police or the organisation I have mentioned above.
Yes it would.
You would need to prove that you have been the victim of domestic violence or returning you to your home country would be detrimental to you.
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