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VFS self upload from the US - problems?

Hi all. I'm in a Facebook group specifically for Americans applying for the UK spouse visa, and everyone seems to agree that the VFS self upload almost never works, and to mail in the information to...
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Posted By sine

Re: Yet More Payslip Woes

Holy crap, now they're massive. Sorry for being an idiot about this!
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Re: Yet More Payslip Woes

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Posted By sine

Re: Yet More Payslip Woes

Hi. Thanks for your response. Yes it is listed as a salary sacrifice, and then the gross pay left after that, if they multiplied that by 12, would fall below the 18600. I will try again to upload the...
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Re: Yet More Payslip Woes

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Posted By sine

Re: Yet More Payslip Woes

Yes, that's where I'm confused. It has lowered my gross pay, according to the payslip. I will attach this most recent one, and another for comparison
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Posted By sine

Yet More Payslip Woes

Hi all. My payslip this month shows a pension deduction that lowers my gross pay below £1550. I had been auto enrolled without knowing. I have taken the necessary steps to ensure it won't be deducted...
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Posted By sine

Re: 1st month not a full paycheck - not counted?

Hi everyone, thanks for your replies. I'm actually not applying until January, just trying to be prepared. I started my job on the 8th of July. That first month's paycheck wouldn't be enough, so I...
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Posted By sine

1st month not a full paycheck - not counted?

Will it be six months from my very first pay cheque that we can apply for a spousal visa, or 6 months from my first FULL pay cheque that we can apply? I started 8 days into my first month, so my pay...
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Posted By sine

Re: Lots of questions about priority and fees

Yes, this is what I'm thinking too. Any idea why you were told to pay for it on the VFS site and not the UKVI site?
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Posted By sine

Re: Lots of questions about priority and fees

In that case the ASC in St Louis should suffice, correct? Since I am not interested in the $2000 Settlement Premium Package, but the $750 Priority Visa for Settlement. Sorry to beat a dead horse,...
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Posted By sine

Re: Spouse visa - Thanks and advice (priority, contact centre)

Do you mind me asking what supporting documents you ended up sending? Been compiling everything I can think of but want to have as full and organised of an application as possible! Congratulations...
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Posted By sine

Re: Lots of questions about priority and fees

Replying to myself again here... I found this page ( https://www.vfsglobal.co.uk/us/en/premium-services/priority-visa-for-settlement ) that explains the $736 priority visa for settlement...and it...
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Posted By sine

Re: Lots of questions about priority and fees

TexasToYorkshire, I am just now seeing your replies. So sorry! Have you gotten to the bottom of whether you will go to one of the VFS Global Premium Application Centres, or a Department of Homeland...
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Posted By sine

Re: Questions about VFS/ACS, and Scan or Mail

TexasToYorkshire, you literally ask all the questions I am trying to figure out - thanks for your post! I too am trying to get a clear step by step outline of what happens and when, and how much it...
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Posted By sine

Re: How to apply for Priority visa

I don't have any answers, but am struggling to get a clear vision of how the priority works too, so wanted to comment in the hopes someone will reply. Do you mind me asking which priority package you...
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Posted By sine

Lots of questions about priority and fees

I'd be grateful if someone could help me fill in a couple of blanks I have about the application process of a settlement visa (my husband's). I gather that we fill out the application on the Home...
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Posted By sine

Re: Can you come to the UK to visit once you file the application?

He would use the Chicago centre if the Settlement Premium Package really did seem to offer expedited service. Otherwise he would use St Louis. I only said 'super' priority to distinguish between the...
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Posted By sine

Re: Can you come to the UK to visit once you file the application?

My understanding is that you can pay an extra fee to retain your passport when you apply? But the point is moot now, since I learned he won't be able to be in the UK when the decision is made anyway.
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Posted By sine

Re: Can you come to the UK to visit once you file the application?

So the Settlement Premium Package isn't available for the spouse visa? Sorry to be slow. I was thinking the one he will file is the Family of a Settled Person visa, is that different from the...
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Posted By sine

Re: Can you come to the UK to visit once you file the application?

Ah, gotcha. Thanks for the replies. I'm still in preliminary research stage, but I'm trying to determine if the Settlement Premium Package on VFS , that states it makes your application super...
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Posted By sine

Re: Document checklist and Application questions

I found this a super helpful post to be honest, since it asks a lot of questions I have myself, here at the start of the process. I'll comment in the hopes that others maybe answer what they can and...
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Posted By sine

Can you come to the UK to visit once you file the application?

Hi all,

My husband is staying with me in Scotland for a couple of months at the moment, but will return to the US to file the application in January (when my six months at my job come around). My...
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Posted By sine

Re: Spouse Visa Options... Opinions Required

Hey there,

I just wanted to check in on this thread as our situations appear quite similar. I wondered if you had any updates, and whether you have filed for the visa yet? My American husband is...
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Posted By sine

To lawyer or not to lawyer?

Hi all,

Apologies as I'm sure this will have been asked before, but I can't source anything through the search at the moment. The quick overview is that I am the British citizen, and my husband is...
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