I have been reading posts on this forum for some time now and am still not sure where to post my concerns! Any advice would be welcomed! I am a UKC married to a nonEU spouse for nearly fifty years. We married in the UK but have lived outside for 34 years apart from two years. We are now thinking of applying for a spouse visa and would do so on the basis of savings. We have two children who live in the UK and we would like to spend time with them and our grandchildren other than the few weeks we spend with them now on holidays. One of my many questions before we make a decision is whether if our application is refused, would they then cancel his visitor visa feeling that we might go on holiday and overstay? We would never do that but I could see why they might think we could! So, before I continue, could someone direct me to the correct group on this forum. The expats living in the UK appears to only be for those actually living there with a spouse living elsewhere, whereas I am not living in the UK. My spouse and I live together abroad. Many thanks!