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She and their children have been living with him in India before he came to UK approx five years ago. She and their children have been living in UK from may 2012 with him.
If wife and children cannot be granted indefinite leave (why and which rukes?), what is their options?
Whatever be your answer kindly back it up by citing relevant Immigration Rules / law.
The link you have given for 'Can your dependants apply for settlement?' does not cite any immigration rules! Can you please cross relate it to the immigration rule number?
Can his wife apply after completing 2 years or 5 years as she had come here as his dependent in May 2012 and that she has to change her status from the dependent of the workpermit holder to the dependent of ILR holder?
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