You have my sympathies.
To clarify, are you asking how your fiance can come to this country and if you want him to come temporarily as a visitor or with a view to a longer term stay?
Well, the quickest way to get him over would be by way of a visitor's visa. He would have to apply directly to the British embassy in ghana for a 6 month visa. He would have to show that:-
Provided he can show the above he can come here for a 6 month period.
It would take a lot longer (2 month minimum) to apply for a fiance visa. He would have to apply to the British Embassy showing that:-
He would not able to to work so if you are in financial difficultly the it would be difficult to obtain a fiance visa in this way I'm afraid, and going for a 6 month visitor's visa would be th better option.
Were he to apply for a fiance visa he would need to to apply for settlement (ie. fiance visa) by using VAF4 Settlement, available for download from UKBA's website. It would be best for either a solicitor in the UK to prepare it in consultation with both you and your wife before submitting it.
Your wife can find Uk immigration solicitors through the following Law Society Website search engine:-
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It all depends on the Court in question. I attach a link to the student page of the UKBA website so that you can reference it against the course you think is suitable to see if he is eligible:-
I would warn though, that it will probably take a longer time for him to obtain a student visa than a visitor one. If you want him here quickly then you should opt for a visitor's visa.
He can always return home at the end of it and then make another application for a student visa. He should not overstay his visitor's visa as this will severly impede any subsequent application he would wish to make.
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