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This still does not answer my question in the first place. My future employer is unwilling to accept my work permit. My start date has been pushed to 3 weeks later hoping that the Home Office will send some sort of confirmation or a certificate of application on the basis of me having lived in UK with my husband more than 12 months (2.5 yrs) and having been married more than 5 years.
Is there anything I can go back to my future employer with and ask them to consider in order to let me start as we are still waiting for a reply.
Considering that I have supplied proof of 12 months and more together in order of statements,tenancy agreements and proof of the marriage having lasted more than 3 years. I have provided them mny payslips and my new contract as well.
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