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We have lived overseas now in KSA
valid from 24/04/2013 to 28/01/13
sorry 28/04/13 28/01/16
I have IELTS certificate total score 5.0 as = ESOL entry level 3 intermediate, husband and I own a house in UK
Immigration Directorate Instructions Section ContentsChapter 8 – Family Members Section 1- Spouses April 2013
ANNEX A provides guidance relating to doubtful cases.2.6. Granting leave to enterAll passengers who have an entry clearance endorsed "Spouse/ CP" should be granted leave to enter for a period not exceeding 27 months on Code 1 and advised that, provided the marriage is still subsisting, they should apply to the UK Border Agency for indefinite leave to remain not earlier than 28 days before their leave is due to expire. Only spouses who have completed a period of four years as the husband/wife of a person who has (at the time of decision on the entry clearance application) a right of abode in the United Kingdom or indefinite leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom and who is on the same occasion seeking admission to the United Kingdom for the purposes of settlement, having lived together abroad with their spouse throughout that four year period, should be issued with an entry clearance endorsed "Settlement Spouse/ CP" These endorsements are rare.Spouses in possession of an entry clearance endorsed "Settlement Spouse/ CP" should be granted indefinite leave to enter.
in Saudi Arabia
Does any ways to appeal such unjustly decision as I think and feel it was made in my personal case ?
Yes,my application was submitted AFTER 9 JULY 2012 so I have to live granted limited life for 6 years if grant it again and there is nothing change. And for my personal case is UNJUSTLY. It does not matter that it is immigration law it is matter in my personal case try to change that and why I have asked you about any possibilities to make that.
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