I am a British Citizen - i was married and divorced in UK, currently i am living and working in Kuwait remarried - to my second wife since 17 years who is a Syrian national - i have four children whom all have British Citizenship and passports . . my question is how can i apply for British Citizenship for my wife ? i have heard from colleagues of something called indefinite leave to stay? as we are both working here and our children are studying here it is very difficult for us to follow the 5 year rule for getting my wife the citizenship by sending here over to the UK
Province/Country relating to question : UK
Hi, Thanks for your question. Do you actually intend to move back to the UK with your wife at any point in the future?Kind regards,Tom
Yes absolutely - we are waiting for our two eldest to complete their last two years for IGCSE in order come back and settle
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