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Did they not allow him an extension to his dissertation?
What nationality are you?
Where is he?Tom
They did eventually but they were so long in giving him a supervisor that he hurried his work over one weekend because they had not decided then that they would give him it and it had to be handed in at the beginning of that week, he had only just been given a supervisor. It was about this time he was hearing that his mum had died and he was very close to her and he was feeling very lost as he couldnt afford to go home for her funeral. Then the Uni were having meetings with him and I think he lost control a little and couldnt take any more.
I am in the British and he is at the moment in the UK but says he will have to leave possibly tomorrow.
He is very scared as he doesn't want to go back to India
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The first issue is whether they have informed the ukba that he has not been attending and should have his visa curtailed. He needs to find out. If they have then the high probability is that he will have to return home to make an application. If his leave to remain has been curtailed then the UKBA will not permit him to make an application here.
If he cannot produce the fees for to extend his visa then a extension is obviously not a possibility.
If you intend to marry then this is likely the most fruitful way forward. If he returns without marrying then he will have to apply for a fiancé visa from India but will then have to make another application once he is here for a spouse visa. There would therefore be two application fees.
Were you to marry before he returns then he could apply for a spouse visa straight away and save himself one application fee compared to if he was to have to apply for a fiancé visa. The fees would be £810 each time I believe but you would have to check at the time you submit each application. You would also need to check that you meet the eligibility criteria in the answer I gave you last time.
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