Thanks for your question.
If you are married to a UK National and have been married for more than 4 years and will both be moving to the UK, you would be entitled to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR).
Your other option is to apply as either an investor or entrepreneur, however, from the information you have provided above, I think your best option would be to apply for ILR. If granted, this would mean there is no restrictions on your working in the UK or travelling to and from the UK.
With regard to the investor and entrepreneur visa, after a certain period of time, you will become eligible to apply for ILR. With this in mind, it would be better to apply for ILR instead.
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