Over the past few years many immigrants that are married to British nationals have found themselves locked out of the UK due to maintenance requirements - meaning that the British person in the UK has to be earning £18600 per year.
Following the leading case of MM (Supreme court) the UK Government has amended (Released a statement of changes to Immigration rules) in which they will now recognise Human Rights considerations in cases where the threshold is not met.
This means that while the requirement is still there, there is now a discretion for allowing cases that would previously have been refused automatically under the old rules.
Please contact us urgently if you are preparing to apply to come to the UK under the Marriage rules.
Statement of changes can be viewed at the UK Government site - GOV.UK / Statement of changes.
Please email me for further enquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org