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Old Aug 23rd 2017, 12:36 pm   #1
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Hi all,

Thought I'd just take a minute to introduce myself and reach out for some help/advice (I haven't been on a forum in years)!

My name is Daisy. I'm a UK resident engaged to my American fiancé who I'll be marrying next August over in the States. After much indecision as to who's moving where, we've decided it's more financially stable and makes more sense for him to move to the UK on the Spouse Visa.

I'm just looking for more advice because the UK Gov website info for the Spouse Visa makes the whole process look like a dream compared to the moving to USA one.
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Hi all,

Thought I'd just take a minute to introduce myself and reach out for some help/advice (I haven't been on a forum in years)!

My name is Daisy. I'm a UK resident engaged to my American fiancé who I'll be marrying next August over in the States. After much indecision as to who's moving where, we've decided it's more financially stable and makes more sense for him to move to the UK on the Spouse Visa.

I'm just looking for more advice because the UK Gov website info for the Spouse Visa makes the whole process look like a dream compared to the moving to USA one.
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Hi all,

Thought I'd just take a minute to introduce myself and reach out for some help/advice (I haven't been on a forum in years)!

My name is Daisy. I'm a UK resident engaged to my American fiancé who I'll be marrying next August over in the States. After much indecision as to who's moving where, we've decided it's more financially stable and makes more sense for him to move to the UK on the Spouse Visa.

I'm just looking for more advice because the UK Gov website info for the Spouse Visa makes the whole process look like a dream compared to the moving to USA one.
Hey DaisyJ20.
Hi and welcome to BE.

I see you have already found your way to our UK forum.
Lots of people in there happy to chat to you about this

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