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Re: canceling application after paying the fees and the IHS

Don’t do that. Leave them to be scanned as they are.
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Marriage visa - What happens after the wedding?

Fiancée or Marriage Visitor? It’s very important to distinguish between the two.
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Ancestry or UKM? (Wife and Kids)

They will need to apply as your dependants - they’ll also receive UK Ancestry visas but as your family members rather than in their own right.

https://www.gov.uk/ancestry-visa/family-members
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: UK Spouse visa extension

Were you working before December?
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Re: ILR Alternative for children

Thanks for the update. Please let us know how you get on.
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Trying to return home!

Your husband - does he have any recent European ancestry? Grandparents or great-grandparents born in Europe?
Jun 23rd 2019, 6:11 pm
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Child killer to be allowed in to Canada?????

Any such move would require the involvement and express permission of the government of the country in question so the question becomes why would Canada, or any other of the countries mentioned,...
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: canceling application after paying the fees and the IHS

It’s up to you but rather than cancelling and starting again for a second time I would just go ahead with the appointment as planned. Priority processing doesn’t seem to have much effort on...
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: canceling application after paying the fees and the IHS

Try this: “Purchase Added Value Services (if the payment method is only available online for the service you wish to use, please email to [email protected]) specifying your GWF...
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: canceling application after paying the fees and the IHS

You purchase any of these extra services when you are redirected to the TLS website to book your appointment. Have you booked your appointment yet?
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: canceling application after paying the fees and the IHS

You pay for Priority processing after you apply.

https://pos.tlscontact.com/aly_en/index.php/added-value-services
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: British citizenship by double descent - Do I qualify?

There was another recent poster who confirmed that wasn’t necessary.
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: canceling application after paying the fees and the IHS

Yes, but first check you don’t pay the Priority fee separately at the visa application centre.
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Spouse/Family Visa

1. Will the building work mean you cannot stay there? If not then it’s not a problem. If so then you should look for alternative accommodation.

2. They just need to be stamped by the bank in...
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: British citizenship by double descent - Do I qualify?

The Supreme Court ruling in the Romein case means that you can now be registered as a British citizen using Form UKM.
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Possibility of staying outside UK more than 6 months after BRP

Apparently so, in which case their children will need visas.
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: canceling application after paying the fees and the IHS

If you cancel (again) you’ll get a refund on the visa fee but you’ll lose your appointment fee (if you paid one).
Jun 22nd 2019, 9:37 am
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Moving (back) to The UK to go to University,with questions!!!

She’s been classified as an international student and therefore would ordinarily require a Tier 4 visa, hence the request from the university, but as a British citizen it’s not necessary or possible...
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Possibility of staying outside UK more than 6 months after BRP

How did your wife gain British citizenship by naturalisation if she has never lived in the UK?
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Possibility of staying outside UK more than 6 months after BRP

Your boys need British passports, not visas. As British citizens they’re not included in the financial requirements for your visa so you only need to demonstrate £62,500 of savings. You should obtain...
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: FLR questions

There are paid for appointments and free appointments. The scanning service is an additional fee on top. It sounds like you just selected a paid for appointment.



Just the bio-data page is...
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Spouse about to apply for EEA Familiy Permit (to live in UK) has daughter. H

It would be relevant to your wife’s daughter if she was applying for a visa but I don’t see why it would be relevant to your wife’s application.

You say she’s applying for an EEA Family Permit -...
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Possibility of staying outside UK more than 6 months after BRP

In that case your boys are British citizens and they will need either a British passport or a Certificate of Entitlement to the Right of Abode in their Indian passports in order to move to the UK -...
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Posted By BritInParis

Re: Passport renewal

Rule #3 and all that but let’s just say I’ve never known anyone to have a British passport application refused because they failed to send in their foreign passport, copy or otherwise.
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