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Re: Applying for a British passport having entered country on different passport

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I took this from www.gov....
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: Applying for a British passport having entered country on different passport

Presumably we can still use a friend who is now living in the UK as a counter-signatory even though we live in country X? We remain in close contact; they have visited us here in country X and we...
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: IELTS A1 Life Skills for spouse visa

Thanks, PhilFromTheFuture.
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: Cash Savings route for spousal visa

Thanks, michali. Yes, that's exactly what I was worried about.
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Posted By NativeFirst

General hug for all kind souls who help on BritishExpats

I am so shocked at the administrative complexity or otherwise potential pitfalls for British expats arranging to return to the UK. Things were so much easier thirty years ago! Big thanks to you...
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: Applying for a British passport having entered country on different passport

Thanks, BritInParis.

She does not need a visitor visa. She has in fact visited the UK several times on holiday with me. So, presumably, it should be okay to apply from within the UK?
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: Cash Savings route for spousal visa

Thanks, spouse of scouse.
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: IELTS A1 Life Skills for spouse visa

Thanks, PhilFromTheFuture and BritInParis.

Surely PhilFromTheFuture's observation must be correct?

It occurs to me that when we submit the visa application and send documents we are going to...
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Posted By NativeFirst

Applying for a British passport having entered country on different passport

My child (now an adult in fact) has dual nationality. Presently, she lives and has passport issued by country X. When we migrate to the UK, can she enter on her foreign passport (presumably as...
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Posted By NativeFirst

IELTS A1 Life Skills for spouse visa

Okay, I understand that the IELTS is valid for two years. Thinking of getting it done now. However, my spouse's passport expires in just over six months' time. We will submit our application for the...
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Posted By NativeFirst

Cash Savings route for spousal visa

Does the £62,500 have to be in a cash (on demand) account? Can it be a fixed deposit?

Also, does one have to prove the source of funds?
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: Spousal visa: How long do you intend to stay in the UK?

Family details sections asks about my spouse's parents.

Both parents were born in an Asian country nearly a century ago; both now deceased. No birth certificates available. Their full dates of...
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: Spousal visa: How long do you intend to stay in the UK?

Family details section asks about children.

1) Is there a definition of children, that is individuals below say 18 years of old?

2) Is there a definition of dependent children? Presumably all...
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: Spousal visa: How long do you intend to stay in the UK?

Thanks again, BritInParis.

Do you know have long the Life Skill Test is valid for? Can't find that on the IDP website.
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: Spousal visa: How long do you intend to stay in the UK?

Further question:
For English Language Test, I just wish to double-check that it is IELTS Life Skills A1?

>>>>>(from https://www.idp.com):Who can register for Life Skills Test?IELTS Life Skills...
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: Spousal visa: How long do you intend to stay in the UK?

Further question:
The form also asks 'Have you been issued any visa for the UK, UK Overseas Territories or Commonwealth Country in the last 10 years?' My spouse has been to Australia as a tourist,...
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Posted By NativeFirst

Spousal visa: How long do you intend to stay in the UK?

Am doing the online form for settlement visa for spouse. Under Travel Information it asks 'How long do you intend to stay in the UK?'. How does one answer this? Presumably the applicant should answer...
Jun 3rd 2018, 12:59 pm
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Posted By NativeFirst

Original Documents

Applying for a spouse visa.

Does one have to send original documents, such as marriage certificates etc, to Sheffield? I am really uncomfortable with this, especially because I have had bad...
Jun 3rd 2018, 12:52 pm
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Posted By NativeFirst

Re: Date of Planned Arrival in UK

Thanks, Novocastrian.
Jun 2nd 2018, 2:11 pm
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Posted By NativeFirst

Date of Planned Arrival in UK

Applying for a spouse visa for my wife.

Let us say that we put down a date six months ahead from date of application, for example we apply today and put down 1st December 2018 for date of planned...
May 27th 2018, 1:15 pm
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