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I had spouse visa previosely , my previous marriage got annulled in sept 2012. my current marriage took place feb 2013. meanwhile i was on spouse visa (from previouse marriage). so, would the gap between anulment and new marriage affect the new spouse visa
I believe previous visa is not curtailed for two reasons.
1) I am using the same address for last 4 years and i havent received any letter from them after the anulment.
2) My employer wanted to get me work permit, for that reason he had to obtain the license first. In order to expedite the licensing process, he told my status to homeoffice that my marriage broke down and i needed to renew my visa. yet i didnt receive any curtailment letter from home office.
Please also clarify that we meet financial requirement or not.
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