Thanks for your question.
To enable me to answer your question could you please respond to the following:-
I will be able to answer in the morning.
He is in the uk and his visa is valid until December, but he says if he is finished with Uni immigration want him to go home. I just cant make him see sense and stop panicking with all that he has gone through.
Is he on a Tier 4 Student Visa?
Do you intend to marry?
He is on a Tier 4 student visa , the plan was to get him settled with his career first before settling down together.
The plan was also to apply for his Tier 1 before the end of the present visa
Yes, but he is so confused at the moment with his mothers death and the lack of help from the University that he wants to give up.
The fact that they have said that he can hand in the dissertation in January which is after the end of the present visa is the biggest problem at the moment.
The visa was not given for the full 6 months.
What does he want to do?
Does he want to complete his dissertation?
Does he want to return to India to deal with his family situation?
Would he ideally prefer to hand in his dissertation whilst he is in India?
He doesnt want to go back to India as they were trying to force him into an arranged marriage.
I think I could persuade him to hand in the dissertation in January if we can solve the problem of the visa.
He just wont discuss things at the moment he just keeps saying the only way is to go to Canada or be sent back to India which is stressing him out.
He has £800 in his account which was there for his visa for the uk
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