Thank you for your a.m. reply how about getting a settlement visa from uk if my wife traveld there and how soon
which is better applying for settlement from UK or from out side UK, meaning being both of us (my wife and me) out side UK or being my wife inside UK appkying from me and being myself out side UK>
Any other options may I have for residancy if the indefinite leave did not work for me?
it seems any path will take months, for the information I have five children whom age ranges from 3 years to 21 years old. The idea is to let them go to school in the UK keeping my wife with them and me fide a legal way to travel between my buisness in KSA and them im UK. I am affraid that they move there and I can not get the entry visa of any kind vistor or indifinite or what ever. so my options are limited as I understand from you. Is that right?
I am based now in Dubai - UAE do you recommend any legal assistant here.
This visa would allow you unlimited entry to the UK but this route is being abolished on 9 July 2012 so I would strongly advise you to apply by next week (7 July 2012 is the last Saturday to apply at the Embassy).
You can obtain assistance through a UK representative - I do not know anybody in the UAE.
A UK lawyer could assist you with the paperwork and so forth by online correspondence
There is an appointment for the applied documents and go through VFS office, I am not sure if appointments are open before July 7, have to check online after completing the proper form online too
You may contact Mr Haroon Khan on 07861 33 44 26.
do you recommend any UK lawyer to assist in tis
The UAE allows an online application to be submitted and paid for online by 8 July 2012 and an appointment can be made to submit the documents within 30 days of the online appointment.
The key is to pay online before 9 July as this is the date that your application is considered to have been made according to the UKBA.
Haroon khan is in Uk right so the number will be +44 7861 33 44 26
You will need to submit your application form by then also and the lawyer you choose will also prepare this for you.
yes that is correct
Ok thank you very much you have been very helpful.
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