Common-law visa

Old Jan 11th 2012, 5:24 am
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Hi All,

In May/June I will be eligible to apply for my common-law visa, when my girlfriend and I have been living together for a year.. One tiny problem.. I have applied for a working visa and have my doubts this year and fear that I will be rejected because I have been out the UK for a certain amount of time. My question is if I do get rejected and apply for my common-law as soon as it hits the date before I go home to wait - will I still be able to get my common-law visa even though I wouldn't be living with my girlfriend whilst my visa is being processed?

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Old Jan 11th 2012, 8:14 am
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Submit the application along with another requesting extension of your temporary stay. It will normally be granted but you would not have permission to work, assuming your present application is not approved.
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