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Posted By markandebony

Proof of shared responsibility

I am about to submit the application. As we just have normal living expenses I dont really have documents to prove how we care for kids.

Any suggestions or is it not a big deal.
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Posted By markandebony

Savings Route

We are about to submit a spouse visa application. For proof of funds we have the Hong Kong bank book copy showing more than 6 months account plus a short explanation of the source of funds. Is there...
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Posted By markandebony

2 UK Spouse Visa questions

Does anyone have an idea under the current co-vid situation what is the length of time for Spouse visa processing? We plan to apply at the end of March for a summer departure to the UK.

We are...
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Posted By markandebony

UK SPOUSE VISA - Address where we live

We are currently stuck in Hong Kong with COVID 19 issues.My wife's previous spouse visa has expired. So we need to reapply. WE have our home in the UK which we currently rent out to friends. When we...
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Posted By markandebony

Re: BNO v UK SPOUSE VISA

Thank you for feedback. Really hard judge from afar. I am a HK resident, lived here since 88 and really like this part of the world. But with a growing family times change. You are right, savings...
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Posted By markandebony

Re: BNO v UK SPOUSE VISA

Hi. No i came here as a charity worker.
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Posted By markandebony

Re: BNO v UK SPOUSE VISA

Yes we can apply via the spouse visa route. The BNO holders can apply without proof of funds, without English test, without minimum incomr and can even arrive 6 months and say they hold BNO and can...
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Posted By markandebony

BNO v UK SPOUSE VISA

It is extremely unfair that:

A BNO passport holder can enter the UK from Jan 2021 and dependants on a much lower fee and seemingly easier benefits. They don't even need an English test!

I am a...
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Posted By markandebony

Spouse Visa urgent savings route question

Spouse visa savings route urgent
We have had more than the required amount of 62500 in our accounts over the past six months.
When submitting our application how do we need to show this?
Can we...
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Posted By markandebony

Have you applied for leave to remain in the past ten years?/

Is leave to remain your first spouse visa and further leave to remain your extension?

Or does it mean only the extension?

Reason for asking is that my wife currently holds a UK visa but due...
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Posted By markandebony

Does anyone rely on me for financial support question

In applying for a spouse visa the question is asked does anyone rely on you for financial support?

We have two children aged 4 and 7 who are both British citizens. We have been advised that in...
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Posted By markandebony

Bank statement dates for a spouse visa

We are applying for visa via savings route.
plan to submit at end of March 2020.
Our bank statements from October 1 to March 1 will be ok?

Thank you
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Posted By markandebony

A1 IELTS

We are applying again for a spouse visa as my wife has been out of the UK about ten months. She successfully applied previously and her current visa will expire on April 21 2020.

Just windering...
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Posted By markandebony

UK Spouse Visa checklist

Our situation is slightly complicated. We successfully applied for a spouse visa and the first one expires on April 21 2020. Last August we had to return to Hong Kong to deal with family matters plus...
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Posted By markandebony

UK Spouse Visa first EXtension Questions

Hi all,

Here is my question and situation. I and our two kids are UK passport holder and citizens. My wife is on a spouse visa which expires on April 21 2020.

We own our own home in the UK and...
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Posted By markandebony

Re: 2017 UK SPOUSE VISA TIMELINES

We applied and did biometrics on April 24th in Hong Kong. we paid priority based on the written declaration of 10 - 15 days. I chased our UK MP. Got a reply yesterday basically saying that 12 weeks...
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Posted By markandebony

Re: Spouse visa and planning headache

Thank you. Very helpful.
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Posted By markandebony

Re: Spouse visa and planning headache

Thank you.

So you mean if say she will travel August 15th they may not honour that date but may be a few days earlier? But within that period?
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Posted By markandebony

Re: Spouse visa and planning headache

Great. Any idea where on the application form etc it asks you to specify your travel date? Just looking to sort out the ill informed immigration guy.

Thanks
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Posted By markandebony

Re: Spouse visa and planning headache

So planning to leave mid august 2017 when should we apply?

I heard have 30 months or 33 months.

If apply in May then visa granted in June can visa start from the travel date?

Again any link...
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Posted By markandebony

Re: Spouse visa and planning headache

Thank you. Is there any document or link that confirms that point?

Thanks
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Posted By markandebony

Spouse visa and planning headache

Hi

I am.a british citizen as are my two kids. I am working in hk and married to a local hk chinese wife. Thus she requires a spouse visa.

Due to her working contract she can onlu leave HK mid...
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Posted By markandebony

Re: UK Spouse Visa received, now back in the UK

thank you. hard to find one from HK
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