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Posted By ruri

Re: Help please! - Question from a newbie

Hi Lee, I'm so sorry to hear about your situation, It is not easy I'm sure. Obviously there is nothing I can help you with personally, but don't feel down, the rules have been hard on everybody else...
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Re: Spouse Visa Approved - my list and timeline

God I know, I had to go through all that soon after arriving in the UK. To make things worst, my daughter got sick after the long flight back...really wasn't an easy move for us but at least we got...
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Re: Spouse Visa Approved - my list and timeline

Yay, Finally! well done! Are you guys back in the UK now?
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Re: Well it came

The waiting game was the hardest for me to go through after I submitted our application early this year. Calming down wasn't easy. Hang in there goins! I hope everything will turn out well for you...
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Re: UK Spouse Visa received, now back in the UK

God, I feel you! My husband and I have been together since 2006 and we just didn't see the change of the visa rules coming until it did! I dunno why we waited until we have a child to get the spouse...
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Posted By ruri

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

You are welcome Jules :)

Since we paid for the priority service, we only had to wait a little over a week including weekend to get my passport/documents back with the visa stamp.

My husband...
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Posted By ruri

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

Hi Jules, how are you doing? Sorry for the late reply, had a busy but fun weekend with my little family.


VFS global did not actually assist or help me with the visa application preparation. My...
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Posted By ruri

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

Thank you so much. Yes, the application for your child British passport is separate. I applied for it first before applying for my Visa and it was pretty straightforward and fast for me. You do need...
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Posted By ruri

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

Hello there,

Many members have posted their document checklist here in the forum including myself and the best way is to look for one where visa then was successfully granted to the applicant,...
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Posted By ruri

Re: Spouse Visa Documents Check list

Hi how are you doing?

If you mean the p60 slip then it depends on what category you are applying under. My husband and I applied under category A (employed) and we couldn't supply his recent p60...
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Posted By ruri

Re: Opening an UK bank account

Heya, thank you so much :)

I have already actually settled this at the beginning of June with Halifax. Personal current account, join account, and saving for our daughter all at the same time. It...
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Posted By ruri

Re: Contacting the British passport office

This is how the number should be if you are calling from Australia

0044 300 222 0000. Try again :)
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Posted By ruri

Re: Contacting the British passport office

Just edited my post above :) take away the number 0 before 3. you only add that when calling locally
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Posted By ruri

Re: Contacting the British passport office

Did you add 00/+ as well before the 44? 0044 300 222 0000

You have to take away the number 0 before 3 as well if calling internationally.
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Posted By ruri

Re: Contacting the British passport office

I've never had a problem calling the Passport Office, always managed to get through very quick even at the time I called them once from Malaysia. This is the number I've called every time: 0300 222...
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Posted By ruri

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

Glad to hear your progress. As for the interview and timeline, everything depends on the country you're applying from and if whether it is considered as a high risk country.

We did not get any...
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Posted By ruri

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

Thank you haydock67,

It was a huge relief that everything went fine in the end, God knows how stressful and painful the time and the procedure we had to go through, let alone being apart for 9...
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Posted By ruri

Opening an UK bank account

Hello everyone, how are you all doing?

Firstly, I apologize for posting this thread here and I'm hoping to get better answers to my question from this forum.

It's been almost 2 months since we...
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Posted By ruri

UK Spouse Visa received, now back in the UK

Hello again everyone!

Just an update regards to my UK spouse visa application early this month (Priority Service). It took 13 days including weekends to receive my passport and documents back...
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Posted By ruri

Decision has been made and documents on the way

Hi everyone,

Just a little update on my UK spouse visa application which I submitted on the 7th. I received a decision has been made email on Tuesday (5th working day - priority service) and VFS...
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Posted By ruri

Re: Spouse Visa Documents Check list

Wow! So you have done yours? Big congratulations for getting the visa!! When are you leaving to the UK?

We are now ready to send our application next week and I'm honestly very nervous. I hope...
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Posted By ruri

Re: Sponsor is on holiday and away during visa application

Hi SOS, thank you so much for replying.

The thing is we are going to apply under Cat A salaried employment so I wonder if that's different than to those like you who applied under savings route?...
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Posted By ruri

Sponsor is on holiday and away during visa application

Hi everyone,

I have been reading around and some people say it is risky for the British sponsor to be away from the UK during the visa application.

Now I am so worried because my husband will...
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Posted By ruri

Re: Upheaval of USA to UK move: how rough is it?

Thank you!

I certainly do have a good support from family and friends but not all the time as we all stay far away from each other. Even though some of my uncles, aunts, and siblings are working...
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Posted By ruri

Re: Upheaval of USA to UK move: how rough is it?

Yes, we returned to my home country last year. We purchased a return ticket for both me and our daughter and stayed for 6 months in the UK. We told everything clearly to the immigration officer at...
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