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Hi, yes you are still exempt if you can provide evidence that you have completed a degree level course in English.
For this, you will need to show your degree and other educational certificates.
With regard to the numbers of day outside the UK, in which period are you referring? The two year period?
They gave me a visa for two years and by the end of next June I will finish them..during the first year i didnt go outside at all but in the second year until now I went out for 6 weeks..
Hi, you are not allowed to spend more than 270 days outside the UK. As you have only spent 6 weeks, you should not have any problems.
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can I ask another question for the same issue? is my husband allows to go outside uk or he has to stay with me all the period..(I am living with my hasband and two children and all have British passport)..
Hi, your husband is allowed to travel outside of the UK.
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I discovered yesterday that they change the rule of settelment in UK on 2012 so the one has to spend 5 years to have permanent residency..I have entered UK on 2011 and my visa is for two years, i am still can have it (permanent residency) after 2 years or its 5 years??
regarding my husband he can go and live outside UK?? while we r in UK..
Hi, you will still be eligible for ILR after 2 years. The new rules are for all applications made after 9th July 2012.
He can travel outside of the UK, but living outside of the UK for long periods will, other than for the purposes of work, will raise questions about whether your relationship is still subsiting
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