I'm a US citizen married to a British citizen for 12 years. My settlement visa for the 5 year partner route was refused because the immigration officer did not feel the documentation I provided proved our income/savings is high enough. It is and I will be submitting an appeal. My question is: can I visit the UK for up to 6 months while the appeal is pending? Since US citizens don't require a visitor visa for up to 6 months am I likely to be denied entry upon arrival without a visa due to the appeal? I plan to bring all documents including denial letter, marriage certificate, copies of appeal papers, return airfare, etc. Thanks in advance.
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