It's not good news I'm afraid.
You cannot apply for a visa for him based on your marriage until you are both 21 years of age. This criteria is applied very strictly and there is no flexibility in it whatsoever, it's for public policy reasons and is supposed to prevent forced marriages.
Once you are both 21 years of age you can either apply for a fiance visa to marry here or a spouses visa after you have married out of the country.
The eligibility criteria is largely similar for both applications.The advantage is that if your fiance visa is refused then you are not married. If you marry and you spouses visa application is refused initially and then on appeal then you are stuck being married but in different countries.
Here is the criteria you would need to fulfill for a fiance visa, as I say the criteria is largely the same for a spouses visa. If you meet this you will almost certainly not be refused a spouses visa:-
He will also have to pass and english language test showing he has a basic command of spoken and listening English.
As I say though, until you are both 21 years of age you will have to put up with visitor's visas or with him obtaining a work visa under the points based system or a student visa. Info on these here:-
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In that case you are of age to be eligible to apply.
The UKBA will not entertain an application for a spouses visa or fiance visa whilst he is on a visitor's visa because he was granted that specifically on the basis that he was only here for a fixed period of time. They are very strict with this.
When he returns to Pakistan you can then apply for either a fiance visa or spouses visa by submitting Form VAF4 to the British Embassy there. The form is available for download from the UKBA website and ti would be best for a solicitor to prepare it first to give you the best possible chance of success without appeal.
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ok. but what about my parents?
i dont want them to find out
is that possible
It's possible, providing that you do not need to name them as being persons on whom you would rely in order to prove the eligibility criteria (eg. if you were going to say that you do not require public funds for your accommodation because you were going to live at a property of theirs - if you did this the uKBA would ask them to provide a statement.
Hi i have another question to ask.
what if we get married in a mosque do a muslim wedding which is called nikkah and then when he goes bk he applies for a spouse visa?!
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