Thanks for your post.
Yes you can potentially obtain the Spouse visa for your husband provided that you meet the genuine relationship and financial requirements.
Apologies for the late reply.
The new system has replaced 'Premium' with what is known as 'Super Priority', which they say guarantees a decision on the application 24 hours/1 working day. It costs the same as Premium appointments did plus £19.20 for biometrics enrolment.
Appointments for Super Priority seem to be very much available at the moment.
Thanks for your post.
You must extend their visas online as Tier 2 PBS Dependant
You must apply online
The visas will be extended for 3 years. The system will require you to pay fees relevant to that amount of time as well
Hoping your PSC appointment went well.
F.Y.I: Since 05/11/2018 documents no longer need to be originals. The Home Office now accept online print outs/copies of supporting documents. Passports still need to be original of course.
Thanks for your post. Please contact our office directly if you still require assistance with the application and documents.
Regarding maintenance for your dependants applications, now that you've obtained your ILR, you will need to provide documents to show that the required amount of funds have been held for the consecutive 90 day period in order to meet the requirement.
You must select: Unmarried partner of a person present and settled in the UK and a biometric immigration
You being engaged will not affect the application. The Home Office will still class you as unmarried partners. Getting married any time will not reset the clock either.
If you do get married at some point you can alert the Home Office so they can update your partner's records.
With the Home Office having mostly likely deemed the 2014 issue as your wife having used deception, that may have triggered an automatic 10 year ban from the UK.
An application at this time will have a very high risk of refusal especially because she would again be applying under the Points Based System visa route.
The application will either be automatically refused or she could be made subject to an interview with the Home Office before they decide whether or not to grant the application.
Either way, if you decide to lodge the application, you must use that opportunity to address the issues from 2014, ideally with supporting evidence. The caseworker can apply disrection but it's not guaranteed.