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Hi, Im on a spouse visa, been in country since Feb 09, and my wife wants a divorce. im working at the moment with the NHS on a good job. how can i change my visa from spouse to Tier 2? is that possible to get my stay in the country, we have 1 year old and im not willing to let go of her.
Wife is britishDaughter is british 1 year oldim pakistani passport holder
Thanks for your question.
You can switch to another category of Visa from your Spouse Visa. You will need to make an application as soon as you can. Once you have divorced, you will bebreaching the conditions of your Spouse Visa as the marriage would have irretrievably broken down.
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