1. There is no hard and fast rule that overstayers will not be allowed to re-enter the country. It is a matter for the discretion of Immigration & Visas. Normally, it will only prejudice an application if the person has overstayed to a large extent. Minor infractions of the visa period generally don't result in subsequent visa applications being refused. The law states that the Home Office may refuse a visa on the ground of previous breach of visa conditions. However, it is only a discretion. There is no requirement that it be exercised. So, if you get married to your partner and he subsequently applies, as your spouse, to accompany you to enter the UK, his visa application will be looked at in the light of the fact he is now married and part of a settled family unit. The fact he overstayed will merely be a factor to be taken into consideration. It will not be decisive.
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3. There is no hard and fast rule banning him, unless he was served with a deportation order. The new visa application will be determined on the basis of all the facts before the Home Office, not the fact he overstayed. There is no automatic ban for overstaying. That is not correct.
4. If you are that close to the 18,600 limit, I would suggest you get yourself a part-time job to increase your income above the necessary threshold. Essentially, the test takes no account of how many hours you work. It only looks at gross income. However, you need to be sure that the employer fully declares your income and you pay tax on it, so it is available to be taken into account.
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6. Documents for what? If you are talking about your income level, you simply need your tax return forms which show your gross income as being in excess of 18,600.
7. All required documents for what???
8. I would advise you to file a separate question for that topic and include in it all your personal details which are relevant to the making of an application.
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