Yes the Spouse visa would probably work now.
But the application was for exceptional circumstances - caring for his epilepsy.
It seems to have been rejected because "You have failed to provide a letter from a registered medical practitioner who holds an NHS consultant post, therefore we are not satisfied that you need to remain in the UK to provide care for your boyfriend. Without sufficient evidence etc. etc.... "
The point is that the boyfriend had no reason to believe that his GP was not a sufficient witness so just sent a letter from him. He could easily have obtained confirmation from his consultant, had he known.
So is there no way that this decision can be reconsidered? The consultant is happy to write.
It seems unfairly harsh not to be able to say "hang on, I can provide proof from my consultant.....why didn't you say my GP was not good enough?"
The alternative of having to leave the country etc. may well work but it will be most disruptive.
For your money and good ratings from a satisfied customer (except for the system itself and the attachment problems) I ask: is there anyway that this decision can be challenged, or can it only now proceed with new applications from outside of the UK?
This whole consultation with you would have worked a lot better had it been easier to attach the document. I've seen it attached my end so no idea why you did not get it.
Thanks......a brief reply please, and we are done.