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Re: FLR(M) 5 Year Route

From the letter it seems like you are not qualified to sponsor your mother under this category. You would have to sponsor her using your British, not Portuguese, nationality.
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Re: Property inspection report

The inspection report is not on the list of required documents, but you can include one to show that the house is not overcrowded. One from an estate agent is apparently fine.
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: Ordinary residency status

I checked with them that I'm eligible provided my wife has been ordinarily resident for 3 years, and that's the question I was originally asking, whether she could be considered ordinarily resident...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: Ordinary residency status

Section 3 says this:

3. Family of EEA/EU nationals, who have not been ordinarily resident in the EEA...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: Ordinary residency status

Yes, and also this, if you look at page 61: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/733050/1819_Provider_Rules_v1.0.pdf
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: Ordinary residency status

There are different eligibility criteria for home student status depending on the type of education. For higher education, it is only if I have been ordinarily resident for three years, and my wife's...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: Ordinary residency status

https://www.ato.gov.au/law/view/document?DocID=JUD%2F*1954*2AllER536%2F00002

Reading this, it appears that my wife could show that she has been ordinarily resident for three years despite those...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: Ordinary residency status

Yes. To be precise, she lived in Korea from Sep 2016 to July 2017, returned home and moved again to Canada in Sep 2017, and came back in Mar 2018, and has been here since.

The government document...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Ordinary residency status

Hello all,

My wife who's a British national lived in Korea for 10 months, returned to the UK for 2 months, and immediately left for Canada and stayed there for 7 months until she moved to the UK...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: UK ePassport gate changes

It seems like just for those countries.

'Heathrow Airport has welcomed the news that from June citizens from countries including the US and Singapore will be allowed to use e-gates at UK borders....
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: 2019/2020 visa and nationality fees

I heard that they froze the fees because of some report on home office finances coming out soon. Could someone direct me to this report or any information on it?

Also, what's your opinion on...
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Views: 3,294
Posted By Bingbing25

Re: Parent's accommodation letter for spouse visa

We paid £60 for a surveyor to come over and write up a report on the house, but that's because I thought this was required. Apparently it's not required and you can do what you suggested.
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: Spouse or Tier 2 Visa?

You should apply for the spouse visa. The accommodation requirement is that you have a place to live, not that you have to live there permanently. You can submit a tenancy agreement for one place,...
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Re: Spouse visa final sanity check!!

Sounds alright to me, but perhaps you might need two separate letters confirming your current employment abroad and your new contract in the UK? Also personally I would try to obtain formal letters...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: difference in wait times Priority vs Non-Prority

The 30 day timeline seems to be only an informal figure with no formal commitment made to it. One can only assume that some additional checks were necessary for your application...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: What's app messages

Since Whatapp messages are not something that's required, I think it's your call. If you don't feel confident enough with your other evidence, then do what you said, translate them and send them. But...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: What's app messages

Why don't you select the ones in English and send them? There's no need to send every single communication record.
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: "Decision made" email received 18 working days after priority app in the USA

Don't be! I'm still trying to work out why sometimes there's a huge delay for some people. But around 20 days seems like the standard for priority apps at the moment. My visa letter is dated 4 March,...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: "Decision made" email received 18 working days after priority app in the USA

Congratulations, hope it's a yes! To be honest, I was a little jealous when I saw your post this morning but I shortly received a notice to collect my passport and in it was the visa! Gosh the wait...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: UK Spouse Visa STRICTLY TIMELINES ONLY - NO CHAT

Country: South Korea
Type of visa: Settlement Spouse (priority)
Online app date: 15 Jan 2019
Biometric: 31 Jan
Documents arrived in Sheffield: 4 Feb
Email saying decision made: none
Passport...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: difference in wait times Priority vs Non-Prority

Just out of curiosity, did you write 'priority' on your package? (Or were yours scanned?) I wasn't aware that this was necessary until just a couple of days before I actually sent mine off.

Yeh,...
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Posted By Bingbing25

Re: difference in wait times Priority vs Non-Prority

There seems to be a delay in processing US applications lately. Interestingly applications from other countries don't appear to be affected by this delay, if you look at the timeline thread. Having...
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Views: 382
Posted By Bingbing25

Re: Visitors Visa to Residence Visa

That's because their cases fall under the EU rules, whereas in your (and unfortunately also my..) case it is the UK government that sets the rules and fees for bringing your family members to the...
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