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There would be no harm done to your case by disclosing this fact. In fact it may go to your benefit to disclose the incident in India. This will show that there has been a series of violence. You would be able to then say that following mediation/counselling you both agreed to give the relation another chance however the violence resumed once you came to the UK.
In fact, if you were not to disclose it and he later did so, it may be seen as those you were hiding something.
The fact of the house is irrelevant to the issue of the violence and the ultimate ILR application, as such, this does not have to be disclosed.
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There are no specific requirements for maximum absences when applying for ILR based on holding UK spouse visa. The Home Office’s guidance states that for spouse visa ILR, any absences from the UK must be for good reason and be consistent with the “intention to live together permanently in the UK”. You are therefore required to simply explain why it is you were outside the UK.
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Please see below guidance with respect to DV applications.
You will see that unfortunately it does not set any clear indicators as to how long the process will take. Unfortunately you cannot apply using any of the priority services for this visa either. In my experience it usually takes up to three months to receive a decision. I cant say however whether this time frame will be affected by the pandemic.
No it will not affect your application
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