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I am a student in UK and got a 4 Tier Visa till January 2015. When I did my application I declared to have an unmarried partner with which I have been for 6 years and last 2 years lived together in my apartment in Albania. He tried to apply for a visa as my unmarried partner but got refused for 2 reasons. 5 years ago he got a penalty in Greece for crossing the border after visa was expired for 3 days.He cant go in Greece till next September.He tried to pass the border this summer in order to know till when was the penallty due and the uk border is apset why this was not mentioned in visa application.
Thank you for the help.But I still don't know how to prove the relationship. First year we move up together we were students. Second year he got a job and registered with this home address but In my country the post service is not good and we don't use it. Everything is given or taken by hand, no post service. All the bills are in my dad names. Do you think will be enough only is affidavit to prove it? If he get refused again, is he going to be banned for 10 years? If we decide to get married now in order for him to get the visa will help or will be inappropriate? It will be easy to obtain the visa or complicate it more because it will be obvious is only for visa purposes? Thanks again.
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