no, college just expelled me today, and the vice principle said that they can not undo it, sir
yes, my attendance was 18% since first day of my course ( 1 october 2012) and last day of my course is 17 july 2013
but when ukba will take action and send me the letter which says that (approximately from now), sir
sir, i have been living here for nearly 3 years now but i planned to live here for 10 years to get indefinite leave to remain (ilr), and i already now that i should not be absent from uk for a single period that exceeds six months in the 10 year period, if i leave here in january without visa and coming back in june with another tier 4 visa, and stay another 7 years, does it qualify me for ilr or all the 10 year period for ilr should be under visa (tier 4 or tier 1 or 2), sir?
so you mean leaving uk with having no visa and return after a single period of time (less than 180 days continuously and no more than 18 months in total) with any sort of visa ( tier 4 in my case) does not effect on my ilr case? please sir, are you absolutely sure? thanks in advance
just as the last question, if i marry a girl (non-eea national) but she is holding a valid tier 4 student visa, can i apply to stay on her behalf? and one more thing that can i apply for another cas statement from another college mean while? thanks a lot
as a very very last question, if i want to marry a girl under tier 4 ( non-eea) national, under which visa section should i apply (which tier) and if i want to do that or change to tier 1 (as invester) can i do it when i'm in uk with my current status or i have to leave the uk and do that? thanks a bunch.
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