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Are you already married to him?
yes, islamic marriage, 16 april 2010,in morroco
Do you now wish to know how to arrange a visa so that he can come here, marry you and the settle permanently as your husband?
yes, so we can marry in the uk
He will have to apply for a fiance visa to the nearest UK embassy. This will permit him to travel to the UK to marry within 6 months of the date of the grant of the visa.
The eligibility criteria for a fiance visa is as follows and I have put suggested documents to enclose with the application in brackets:-
He will, I'm afraid, have to pass and english language test showing he has a basic command of spoken and listening English. He can find out approved test providers in his area by contacting the UK embassy nearest to him.
You will need to apply for fiance/spouses visa using form VAF4 which is available for download from the UKBA website
You should consider instructing a immigration solicitor to prepare an application for you, it should cost around £800-1000+VAT.You can find local solicitors via:-
Once married you will have to apply for a spouses visa. This will be granted for two years and at the end of this he can then apply for indefinite leave to remain in the uk,
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