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I have been married 11 years to a UK citizen. My wife and I decided we would return to the UK. I was granted a settlement visa which expires July 2010 and know I had to take the KOL test. I have read that because I have been married to a UK citizen for such a long time (over 4 years) I would not have to apply Indefinite Leave to Remain. The Home Agencies web site is confusing. It says you must file form Set M if you are settling as spouse, partner etc. of a person who is either settled or settling in the UK but it does not mention if you are settling with a UK citizen who is returning to England. Any clarification would be greatly appreciated!

My entry clearance type is Settlement Spouse/CP (KOL REQ.) followed by my spouses name.
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