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Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Spouse Visa Questions

Hi there, are you looking in the right place online as your question about SU07 does not make sense as it’s not a require for your visa type

https://www.gov.uk/uk-family-visa/partner-spouse
Jun 23rd 2022, 7:41 pm
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Views: 534
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Moving Cats to UK

same, JCS organised for the cats to be ‘chauffeured’ to our house, and it worked out much cheaper than driving back to London to pick them up ourselves. They kept us up to date on everything.
May 21st 2022, 5:54 pm
Replies: 19
Views: 2,119
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Moving with my 2 cats back to the UK soon - need help with paperwork

Hi Tate! We used Aeropets and our contact was Brenda. She was amazing. Cost for two cats was $4.2k for flights, cages, securing bookings, overnight care in Auckland. Also you’ll have rabies...
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Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Still waiting!

get in touch with your local MP in the UK and see if they can help.
Apr 30th 2022, 7:31 pm
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Views: 3,459
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Tips on preparing to move home

One other thing…if you need to get secure employment…you need to provide proof of address (2), for direct employment or even just with (good) recruitment consultants. Was just reading posts about...
Apr 24th 2022, 8:05 am
Replies: 19
Views: 3,459
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Tips on preparing to move home

I just bought a phone outright and got a Tesco pay as you go SIM card, and buy one of their rocket bundles each month.
Apr 23rd 2022, 10:31 pm
Replies: 19
Views: 3,459
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Tips on preparing to move home

The thing that took me by surprise was no credit rating - it wasn’t recongnised! I couldn’t even get a £10 p/m Tesco mobile account! To put it in perspective we are buying a house here mortgage free...
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Views: 5,002
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Ukraine and impact on UK Family Visa

To be fair we had my visa within the timeframe, and may have got lucky from timing with the Ukraine situation, but it was still while they were apparently not back in the office.
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Views: 5,002
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Ukraine and impact on UK Family Visa

Just because they have not returned to the offices doesn’t mean they aren’t productive. Assuming they have the technology to WFH of course. Such old school thinking that people are not working if...
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Views: 562
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Question about cash savings

Since our countdown started as soon as the threshold was reached (62.5k) we just put 62,500 as that was in the account for the entire 6 months regardless of any additional funds going in.

You need...
Mar 25th 2022, 3:18 pm
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Views: 596
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Moving costs for a cat NZ to Scotland

we just moved to the UK from NZ and all up total costs were approx. 6.5k NZD for 2 cats. That included everything - cages, flight, overnight stay in Auckland with pet transport company, clearance...
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Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: UK Spouse Visa STRICTLY TIMELINES ONLY - NO CHAT

Decision notification: nil
Decision Made: Approved
Passport arrived: 15 March
Date on decision letter that came with passport: 3 March
90 day entry

Very happy, however I wish they had sent me...
Replies: 9
Views: 3,330
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Spouse Visa processing times out of Asia

https://britishexpats.com/forum/citizenship-passports-spouse-family-visas-uk-196/uk-spouse-visa-strictly-timelines-only-no-chat-899214/

check out this link, hopefully it helps. Agree getting real...
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Views: 1,634
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: AirBnB accommodation evidence for UK spouse visa

Getting a visa is an expensive and emotional exercise, and with the risk and stress of being declined on a technicality I personally would keep everything above board. If you aren’t intending to stay...
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Views: 680
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Time between submitting application online and biometric appointment at VFS

I was there for an hour but a lot of that time was waiting for my turn. They check your paperwork with you and then they go away and scan it, then they call you in for the biometrics which took about...
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Views: 680
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Time between submitting application online and biometric appointment at VFS

Once you apply online you can go anytime. If you are scanning in the documents yourself they ask to make sure that’s done at least 24 hours before your appointment, but I got them to scan mine for me...
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Views: 680
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Time between submitting application online and biometric appointment at VFS

I went through this process last week. I submitted online on 26 January and booked the first available appointment which was on 1 February. I am in NZ so probably varies. Where are you applying from?
Feb 2nd 2022, 4:53 am
Replies: 6
Views: 468
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Pre-departure COVID testing for transit

Thanks! Everything is falling into place and now I’m getting really excited about life’s new chapter!
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Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: UK Spouse Visa STRICTLY TIMELINES ONLY - NO CHAT

Country applying from: New Zealand
Type of visa : Spouse
Visa Priority or Non-priority : Priority
Online application : 26 January 22
Documents uploaded : 1 February 22
Biometrics appointment: 1...
Feb 1st 2022, 4:40 am
Replies: 6
Views: 468
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Pre-departure COVID testing for transit

the link in my original post suggested that Canada doesn’t require one, was posting here hoping someone could confirm through knowledge or experience! Like with all these things, there is never...
Jan 31st 2022, 2:31 pm
Replies: 6
Views: 468
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Pre-departure COVID testing for transit

Hi! We are flying from New Zealand so no direct flights unfortunately. Either via Singapore, Dubai, LA or Vancouver By the looks of it.
Jan 29th 2022, 7:05 pm
Replies: 6
Views: 468
Posted By marigoldfairy

Pre-departure COVID testing for transit

Hi everyone, so now the house is sold, rental secured in the UK, cats flights confirmed (sounds easy however I have never had so much stress sorting this all!) it’s now time to sort our flights. We...
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Views: 880
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Spouse visa - entry timeframes

when I applied yesterday it said 30 days so I’ll see what happens once approved! Also I couldn’t choose priority so I guess that’s off the cards at the moment too, for NZ anyway.
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Views: 880
Posted By marigoldfairy

Re: Spouse visa - entry timeframes

Thank you! That should be doable the. If I miss the cutoff to enter, do I need to apply all over again?
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