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Re: New BRP - "Wrong" name

His previous BRP and initial entry visa (& tourist visa) did not match the name on the bio page though, so it's obviously possible that they don't match and it's been accepted for over 3 years.
Just...
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Views: 299
Posted By johannalouise

New BRP - "Wrong" name

Hi everyone,
We've had our FLR(M) approved and received the new BRP after some fun with DX.
But we've had a slight issue with the name on the BRP.
My husbands name is for example Jack Smith,...
Replies: 9
Views: 657
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Yet More Payslip Woes

I can see the payslips clearly now.
It's a difficult one as logically the value at the top is the gross value but obviously the only amount actually labelled as gross is under the £1550 monthly...
Replies: 9
Views: 657
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Yet More Payslip Woes

Is it a salary sacrifice pension?
Your payslip is too small to read.
My husband also has a salary sacrifice pension so it says that the gross pay for tax is ~gross less pension~ eg Husbands salary...
Replies: 7
Views: 642
Posted By johannalouise

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

It's fine to use a partial months payslip as long as the gross value is above £1550 (ie £18600/12) for the days you worked that month as when using only 6 months employment over £18600 they just take...
Replies: 15
Views: 697
Posted By johannalouise

Re: BRP wording

What does the BRP say?
My husband is in the UK as my spouse and his BRP says "Spouse/Partner Leave to Remain"
Are you a British citizen?
I'm not an expert but if you are a British citizen & your...
Replies: 22
Views: 1,075
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Payslip and bank statements query

Oh it's specifically to do with receiving the payslip, not the date on the payslip.. in that case, I have always received my payslip before being paid, as has my husband. But the dates are almost...
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Views: 1,075
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Payslip and bank statements query

I am sure you will be fine since you are mentioning it in the employers letter.
I just hope that UKVI understand this is a common situation, since I have not thought to include it in the letter
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Views: 1,075
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Payslip and bank statements query

I don't know the law on this - christmasoompa is suggesting it's illegal to be paid before the date on your payslip?
But in my experience this is very common - so I am surprised to hear it is...
Replies: 6
Views: 674
Posted By johannalouise

Re: FLR(M) questions

Thank you for your advice, good to hear from someone who's gone through it recently.
Though we may now have an issue that delays us anyway - does anyone know if you are using 2 jobs over 12 months,...
Replies: 6
Views: 674
Posted By johannalouise

Re: FLR(M) questions

Okay, I see. We have 99% of the documents, & the earliest we can apply is 1st September, we are away and will get home 7th September so we were planning to apply whilst on holiday on 1st of September...
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Views: 674
Posted By johannalouise

Re: FLR(M) questions

Thank you for your reassurances BritInParis!
Much appreciated :)
I was most unsure about the supporting documents, good to know they can be uploaded anytime after submission.
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Views: 674
Posted By johannalouise

FLR(M) questions

Hi guys,
Does anyone know if with the new system, when you apply online, do you have to upload your document immediately that you submit & pay? Or can you upload later as long as it is before your...
Replies: 3
Views: 377
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Giving notice to marry - Non-EU fiancé

The standard notice period is 29 days (+ you need to be in the UK for 9 days before giving notice)
Up to 70 days is if the HO decide to investigate your marriage before giving it the go ahead.
...
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Views: 277
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Category B Clarification

I am currently employed and just earning above the requirement (though I only got a pay rise this month).
However, I work for my parents company & we would like to avoid having to use my employment...
Replies: 2
Views: 277
Posted By johannalouise

Category B Clarification

I was hoping someone could help me, I think I'm just overthinking and am getting myself worried unnecessarily but would appreciate some reassurance!

My husband is starting a new job in March and...
Replies: 7
Views: 988
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Fiance Visa >>> Spouse Visa - FLR(M)

If you are switching from a fiance visa to FLR(M) they are not expecting to see 6 items of correspondence spanning 2.5 years because your spouse has obviously not been in the UK that long.
The...
Replies: 13
Views: 807
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Spouse visa queries

My husband carried his TB test in his hand luggage but didn't hand it to the IO and no one ever asked to see it.
For peace of mind it's probably worth taking it but it's highly unlikely they'll...
Replies: 6
Views: 3,064
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Nationwide Bank statements - stamped?

The last time for visa purposes was in 2017 but I went into Nationwide just this month to ask them to print off a savings account statement for me (because the online savings account statement didn't...
Replies: 7
Views: 1,130
Posted By johannalouise

Re: FLR(m) correspondence

I personally would not hire a solicitor.
I have done the fiance visa & FLR(M) without a solicitor, just with advise from the people on the forum who are very knowledgeable and give their time for...
Replies: 7
Views: 1,130
Posted By johannalouise

Re: FLR(m) correspondence

The FLR(M) is a one size fits all form for people in many different situations.
They understand that people on a fiance visa are unable to provide much cohabitation documents due to the short period...
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Views: 3,064
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Nationwide Bank statements - stamped?

Are you able to try a different branch?
I had my statements printed in branch by Nationwide & they stamped & signed them without any hassle at all. (Whereas I've had issues with basically every...
Replies: 11
Views: 381
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Document Dates

Solicitors say a lot of things but family/friends letters are completely subjective. If you think about it, from the ECO's point of view - these people could be anyone! You could even write the...
Replies: 18
Views: 1,244
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Russian fiancée - best way to marry and settle in UK?

:thumbsup: He's wonderful at many things! Organisation is just not one of them!
Tbh I think he took the view of "I can drive, so this will all be totally fine" when most people wouldn't be able to...
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Views: 1,244
Posted By johannalouise

Re: Russian fiancée - best way to marry and settle in UK?

I didn't realise this, though the wordings of a lot of these requirements can be a little ambiguous. Though admittedly I didn't look into it too much; I encouraged my husband to organise it himself...
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