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I assume you have applied for and received a Certificate of Approval for marriage from the UK for your fiancee. I also assume that she has been on her current visa for more than 6 months. Please state if this is not the case and I will advise appropriately
Once you are married she will have to apply for a spouses visa.
You will have to show:-
You will see above that I have put in brackets suggested forms of supporting evidence that should be submitted with your application.
You will need to apply for settlement (ie. spouses visa) by using form FLR (M) Settlement, available for download from UKBA's website along with guidance notes:-
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:-
Once she has been here on her spouses visa married to you for two years she will then be eligible to apply for indefinite leave to remain. Twelve months after this has been granted she can apply for naturalisation as a UK citizen (if she wishes), undergo the citizenship ceremony and apply for a UK passport.
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