Ok I am not sure if you are fully aware of the difference on the different type of visa’s if I was issued with only a SpouseCP/ ...(surname) than I would have completed the 2 Years but Because I was Married for more than 4 years and met all the other requirements except the Life in the UK test i still get issued with a 27 month visa but in this time at any time after the life in britian test been completed i can apply for ILR
My visa is Settlement spouse/CP (Kol req) issued before 9 July 2012
You can read all about his on the following sites
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitecontent/documents/policyandlaw/IDIs/idischapter8/section1/section1.pdf?view=Binary (pages 6 and 7)
I am a bit concerned as at a previous occasion I ask about the KOL endorsement and also as i already basicly new just got it confirmed now you give me a dif answer
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