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Thanks for your question.
Unfortunately, as you boyfriend overstayed his previous visitors visa, it is highly likely he wouldbe refused entry.
If you both wish to marry in the UK, I would suggest that your boyfriend make an application for a Fiancee Visa. If granted, he would be allowed into the UK for a period of 6 months during which you would have to marry. Folliwing the marriage, your boyfriend will need to make an application for Further Leave to Remain as the Spouse of a person present and settled in the UK.
If you wish to discuss, please feel free to ask further questions.
how long would it take my fiance to apply for a fiance visa to return to the uk so we can get married,he is american and overstated his visa by 6 months on his last visit to the uk.how much would this fiance visa cost and what is the name of the visa?i am a uk citizen. thankyou what would be the quickest way for him to return to the uk,we miss each other so much,i cannot go and visit him decause i was denied entry into the usa on my last visit,because of overstaying my visa, by two months. thankyou.
i am a uk citizen my fiance is a usa citizen,he wants to come to the uk so we can get married.we have been together for over two years now. who has to file the fiance petition for him to come to the uk? is it myself or my usa fiance? and usually how much does this fiance visa cost and how long does it take to file it? thankyou. will my fiance have to go for an interview in london with the uk embassy to be able to come over to the uk for us to get married?
i am a uk citizen my fiance is a usa citizen,he wants to come to the uk so we can get married.we have been together for over two years now. who has to file the fiance petition for him to come to the uk? is it myself or my usa fiance? and usually how much does this fiance visa cost and how long does it take to file it? thankyou. will my fiance have to go for an interview in the usa with the uk embassy to be able to come over to the uk for us to get married? please will someone answer my question as i really need to know asap,and i asked this question a few days ago and have not had a reply. thankyou.
If you wish for your boyfriend to join you in the UK to marry, he will need to submit an application for a Fiancee Visa from the US.
He will need to submit his application on Form VAF4A.
If granted, hw would be entitled to travel to the UK for a period of 6 months, during which you will have to marry. Thereafter, he will have to make an application for leave to remain in the UK as the Spouse of a person present and settled. He will thena be granted a 2 year visa. At the end of the 2 years, he will be eligible to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remaon (Permanent Residence)
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