Yes the marriage was and is a genuine and credible one. still married. after 6 year uninterrupted residence, couldn't find a suitable job in the UK and accepted one abroad. Last 5 years my husband and I commuting backward and forward. After 10 years the immigration officer at the airport still asking me how I get ILR, how long I've been outside the country. These questions make me nervous because I feel that they trying to find something against me. Our conditions will be really really difficult if my ILR is revoked as the period I am outside the country is longer than I am inside, and asked entry clearence every time to enter to the UK.
Please advice me on what my rights are,
The work abroad will finish in two years, then I'll be back in the UK. can't meet the residential criteria for naturalisation at the moment. Actually I was eligible for the citizenship when I had been out of the country for the first time, but didn't want to get it. I just want to come and go whenever I need to without being asked why I am doing so, nothing else.
2 on 3 months
The time that I can be in the country will be amount to 68 days in total in a year.
Yes that is right, but it won't be one 68 days visit. I have 40 days leave from july 20th till end of August and 2 times 9 days long leave that can be used any time in the year.
One more thing please.
Have you considered that my husband is a british citizen by born and he is residing in the country all along and visiting me roughly about every month?
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