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I cannot understand your question. Please could you rewrite your question in plain English? I dont understand what you mean by "pass 2 years in age or what you mean by 2.5 months after the sixth year of my tier 2"
Thank you for clarifying your question.
Those granted leave to remain under Tier 2 can only extend their stay to continue their employment up to a maximum of 6 years. Your current Tier 2 visa appears to have been granted after April 2011, which means that you will only be able to apply for settlement after 5 years if you meet the minimum earnings at the time of application amongst other requirements. The current minimum is £35,000 and this is likely to change. If you do not meet the requirements you can only spend a maximum of 6 years in the UK and then not allowed to return to the UK for a minimum of 12 months.
Even if you meet the specific requirements under the settlement route, you can still be refused if any of the general grounds of refusal apply. Under the discretionary grounds for refusal, having a conviction of an offence for which a non-custodial sentence or other out of court disposal is recorded can result in a refusal. Please note that this ground of refusal is discretionary and not mandatory. So you will still have a chance of success depending on your circumstances.
You may wish to give more detail of your driving conviction. In any event I would be grateful to be rated.
You need to provide more information about your conviction
Given that you have been convicted of the offence of failing to stop and careless driving and you were ban and fined, any conviction within the 24 months preceding the date of an application will be refused.