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Hi I am on Tier-1 general visa with my spouse and son My VISA was granted on 04/02/2009. I first came to UK on 02/03/2009 .Recently my VISA has been extended until 03/05/2014 My son & Spouse were granted on 01/07/2009 they also have extension until 03/05/2014 as I applied for 2 years extension at the same time I am due for Indefinite leave application on 03/05/2014 do my Dependant also qualify at the same time although they complete 5 years stay on 31/06/2014 many Thanks wr Optional Information:
1.When is the earliest I can apply for ILR
2.How many days of leaves in 5 years can I have (out of UK)
3.Will the same condition apply for my dependants (Spouse and son)
a bit of technical .As I have mentioned above for my wife and son they complete 5 years on 31/06/2014 BUT the 2 yrs extention they were given expires on 03/05/2014 about 28 days before they complete 5 years
What should I do.Will I be able to apply for ILR or I have to apply for further
extention.Again my son has to join Univeristy on 1st of sept 2014 and as you know to qualify as a home student he needs to have ILR visa.If I apply for general extention will I be able to apply for ILR after 28 days!!!
will be very very expensive?? This is were your expertise will help
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