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You would need to get her fiancé visa for her
To qualify for a fiancé visa you must satisfy the following criteria:
You and your future spouse must be at least 18 years of age
You and your future spouse must have met each other
You and your future spouse must intend to live together on a permanent basis once married
You must show that any previous relationship that you or your partner were involved in has ended (whether it was as a married or an unmarried couple)
You and your future spouse must have enough funds to support yourselves (and any dependants) without claiming public funds
You must be earning a minimum of £18,600 per annum or have savings to be able to sponsor you. The level of this financial requirement will increase if you are also sponsoring children as dependants
You must have suitable accommodation available for you, your future spouse and any dependents.
After your marriage , she can switch to spouse visa from within the UK.
Yes, she can visit you on a standard visitor visa as well, and stay with you for a period of 6 months.
she can apply for a standard visitor visa. It allows the visitor to stay in the UK for a period of up to 6 months.
The standard visitor visa can be applied online using the below weblink-
Following information is required for applying-
the dates visitor is planning to travel to the UK
details of where visitor will be staying during the visit
how much you think your trip will cost and financial proof of sufficient amount of money for the trip
If any one sponsoring the trip, then they need the name and address of anyone paying for your trip financial statement from the sponsor
the name, address and passport number of any sponsor with a copy of their British passport in support of visitor`s application.
If you are sponsoring the trip, then you would need to provide the proof of your finances and adequate accommodation for the visitor, along with the copy of your British passport.
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Yes, she would have to apply for visitor visa, using the above given weblink
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