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Old Nov 26th 2017, 12:42 pm   #1
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Default Spouse visa and possible roadblock

My wife plans to apply for a spouse visa next year, my only worry is that. My wife took a loan out for there parents which were supposed to be paid back.

5 months later.. it's not now could this be brought up and used to refuse the visa?

Or is there any way we can check so this could not happen, i do plan to pay it back but not just yet due to personal circumstances...

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Old Nov 26th 2017, 1:43 pm   #2
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It's YOUR income as the sponsoring Brit that matters so as long as you meet the requirements the loan your wife has is immaterial.
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It's YOUR income as the sponsoring Brit that matters so as long as you meet the requirements the loan your wife has is immaterial.

Ahh I see, just reading online saying any unfinished commitments could hinder the decision.

So I’m glad if that debt doesn’t hinder us.

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Ahh I see, just reading online saying any unfinished commitments could hinder the decision.

So I’m glad if that debt doesn’t hinder us.

Thank you again.
I believe this applies to you. I.e If you have a large loan still to pay then the repayments may reduce YOUR income for calculating meeting the income requirements. Others with a lot more knowledge may pop along later.
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