I'm afraid that the criteria for an unmarried partners visa is that you must have been in a relationship and cohabited for two years prior to the date of any application for a visa of this type.
If you are not to work in the UK then you would also not be able to apply for any of the working visas either.
If you are to marry in the future in the UK then you could apply for a fiance visa so that you could travel to the UK and marry within 6 months of the date of the visa.
The criteria for a fiance is as follows and it is much the same for a spouses visa (which you would need to apply for following marriage:-
- You plan to marry within 6 months of her arriving here (egg. statements from you and others, possibly a booking of a church/venue)
- You plan to live permanently together here (statements, correspondence)
- You have met each other before (eg. statements from you both and others, correspondence)
- You can support each other without the need for public funds (bank statements, evidence of income, evidence of jobs available that your husband could do)
- You have suitable accommodation which is owned or lived in only by you or your household and where you and your dependents can live without any help from public funds (tenancy agreement, land registry docs if you your own home)
- That neither of you are younger than 21 years of age. (birth certificates, passports)
You will also have to pass and english language test showing he has a basic command of spoken and listening English. You can find out approved test providers in your area by contacting the UK embassy nearest to You.
You would need to apply for fiance visa using form VAF4 which is available for download from the UKBA website.
Until such time as you are ready to apply for a fiance visa you will have to put up with visitor's visas, these are granted for 6 months at a time. There must obviously be a gap between one visitor's visa and the next though.
I would consider instructing a UK solicitor to prepare the fiance visa application for you when the time comes, you can find solicitors via:-
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