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Hi thank you for your message, understood. Her husband would need to apply for a spouse visa, they will need to show they have been in a relationship for two years and that they are married, he will also need to show that he has a good knowledge of English though as he is from Canada if he has a degree that was taught in English then that will prove this. Also they will need to show they can support themselves this means they must have a combined income of £18,600 a year (more if they have children) although savings over £16,000 would also count. The spouse visa would be granted for 2.5 years initially and then can be extended for a further 2.5 years after which her husband could get indefinite leave to remain (ILR) and later citizenship. He can apply online here: https://visas-immigration.service.gov.uk/apply-visa-type/appendixfm?_ga=2.132014095.1264205128.1574977561-598758152.1561793930
When he applies he will need to supply all the following:
You’ll need to provide:
all your namesyour date of birthyour current passport or other valid travel IDcopies of the photo page and any visa or entry stamps in your previous passportsa copy of your biometric residence permit, if you have onedetails of any previous immigration applications you’ve madedetails of any criminal convictionsyour national insurance number, if you have oneyour parents’ date of birth and nationality if you’re applying from outside the UK
a certified translation of any document that is not in English or Welsh
He will also need to have need a blank page in his passport on which to put the visa when applying outside the UK. He will also need to prove his financial position with your daughter to show the savings or income. Finally it will cost £1523 for him to apply. I hope this helps, if you can please accept my answer and rate me 5 stars (in the top right of your screen) then Just Answer will credit me for helping you today.