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To be honest I think that this question is a little outside the scope of this forum as it requires specialist, detailed instructions and advice however a summary of thoughts is below;
1. Marriage validity - you will need to speak to a family solicitor re this matter as you would have to have the marriage recognised, or worst case scenario have a civil ceremony here.
2. Sponsorship by either you or a family member; DO NOT state you are working if you are not, if there is a genuine position available with either your father or aunt then have this evidenced as a genuine job and sponsorship offer.
3. Compassionate grounds - probably only to be used as a last ditch attempt; go down the route of valid sponsorship first.
4. Student Visa - as with 2.; do not try and work the system if your husband will not genuinely be here to study; it will only come back and bite you.
I suggest a specialist solicitor; chances are if you are currently not working that you will get some help toward the costs in any event; I can put you in touch with someone if you require this.
Hello there, I must agree with the my colleague above that your question encompasses a series of other questions to be explored further and clarified with you and I think it would be wrong to provide your piecemeal advice in relation to all these when I consider that you ought to be advised to seek detailed and specialist help to resolve this rather all important matter.
I believe this website forum is intended to invite specific questions to be answered but you appear also to be seeking answers on a complicated and lengthy application procedure which also entails advising you on a number of not so straightforward background facts.
However, in case someone else holds a different view then please feel free to try again.
Another JA expert has suggested a Fiance Visa; however I still feel that this matter would be better served by a consultation with a solicitor.