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He is born in the UK, a British citizen.
16-10-1979, could you please tell me what other information you need at one time, so that I can write to u all together, this site seems charges me a lot so i need to get constructive answers soon. my d.o.b is 09-04-1989, my current visa runs out end of this month, means 30 th aug., what other information you need to know? Is fiance visa possible for me?
Thanks you! Please! We are quite anxious recently.
So does it means, to conclude, if I keep this child, the child would be British citizen anyway; no matter I keep this child or not, I can apply the fiance visa later on or even the spouse visa if I and my bf get married in China; and we don't have to show the joint bank account, same address and bills if we don't have those so far, instead, we can show the printed pictures and rings and other relevant things? Have I understood it correctly? But, about the ring, trips, would the evidence be oral statement during further interview of the visa application process or the photocopies of some receipt? If we couldn't find the receipts anymore, what can I do? About the messages and emails, they are quite private, do we have to print them out to show them? Also, another question, I saw it says settlement can be applied after five years? Does that mean five years for the partner visa or for all visas? Because I have already stayed in the UK for 3 years so far, If I get the fiance or spouse visa, will i get the residence permit in another 2 years then? And, during the period, how many days I can be outside of UK, i'm not sure if it's no more than 90 days or something.
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