Okay Pussycatz so lets forget about all the red flags and assume this is an actual bona fide relationship and he's in it for love. Lets also assume he has been accepted for a spouse visa and is coming to live it up in London.I answered that in previous posts on a different forum. im Not living in that dusty dirt track road city. No matter how big the house. If I was given a house free there I would not live with no comparison to London Lifestyle which I will introduce Zied to as he makes me feel like a Spring chicken.
Have you given any thought to how hard it will be? I have been through this situation, having been married to an Egyptian who I met abroad. We've been living in the UK for 10 years together now so I know a thing or two about how challenging it is to bring someone to a country where it rains 260 days of the year and they have to start from scratch finding a job and friends and building a life which is vastly different from the one they've come from.
Has he ever left Tunisia? Has he ventured outside of MENA?
Lets assume he finds a job he likes and is happily ensconced in your home where you cook him wonderful halal meals and give him cooking and cleaning lessons and teach him all the life skills you have planned. You've installed a shitafa so he can shower his bum and have taken out a subscribtion to Arabic cable TV so he can watch his favourite shows and you spend evenings snuggled up watching TV that you can't understand.
You are in for a MASSIVE shock at how hard this will be. The loved up feeling will wear off in about 3 days and reality will BITE!
You have a 34 year age gap so I wonder how many shared interests you actually have?
What will you do together on an evening? Do you think he will want to spend his evenings with you watching Eastenders on the sofa? How long before he is off to the coffee shops smoking shisha everynight with his newly found Tunisian friends? Or glued to his phone and ignoring you?