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Old Jan 2nd 2019, 5:51 am
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Originally Posted by Lummy
I really want to appreciate you all for ur contributions on this platform. Its been really helpful. I'm new on this platform and i wish i'd come across this ealier well-done guyz.Quick question.​​​I applied for my spouse visa in November 2018/ non priority. I hv 2 degrees so i obtained Naric certificates to proof my english proficiency. In my supporting documents i included my Naric certificates but did not include my degree certificates.
Do i also need to send my degree certificate to UK?​​

1. Read the instructions. If you are being sponsored as a spouse, you don't require a language test.
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Old Jan 2nd 2019, 8:27 am
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Originally Posted by PMM
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1. Read the instructions. If you are being sponsored as a spouse, you don't require a language test.

Lummy had posted in the wrong forum and was asking about a U.K. visa it seems (he’s also asked the question in the MBTTUK forum), I’ve deleted his posts to avoid further confusion.

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Old Jan 2nd 2019, 9:12 am
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Originally Posted by G0ldie
I think you have proved his/her point exactly!

With the advent of social media, most millennials lack the basic interactions via whichever language is used. If it is longer than 160 characters then you will quickly find they lose interest unless a Kardashian is involved.
Interesting generalisation given that most millennials are now in their mid-twenties to late 30’s and social media didn’t come about until the late 90’s. Wait a second...is that a Kardashian...
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