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Posted By Lifer

Re: UK Spouse Visa STRICTLY TIMELINES ONLY - NO CHAT

Passport received 10am and was approved. Flight booked for 2nd April :)
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Posted By Lifer

Re: UK Spouse Visa STRICTLY TIMELINES ONLY - NO CHAT

Country applying from: United States
Type of visa applied for: Spouse - Husband
Priority/Non-Priority: Priority
Date Application submitted online: 17th February 2019
Date Bio-metrics taken: 21st...
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Posted By Lifer

Re: difference in wait times Priority vs Non-Prority

Priority is around a month. Recently, I've seen 15-20 working days for it to be processed.

When I look at the non-priority applications (on the timelines), people from October/November are just...
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Posted By Lifer

Re: UK Spouse Visa STRICTLY TIMELINES ONLY - NO CHAT

~Priority Settlement Spouse Visa~
Priority: Yes
Online Application Submitted: 17 Feb 2019
Biometrics & Documents Mailed: 21 Feb 2019
Documents Received in NY: 22 Feb 2019
ECO Email: 25 Feb 2019...
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Views: 266
Posted By Lifer

Payslips (+ Employment Letter)

Hello,

I'm about to submit my application for the spouse VISA within a couple of weeks (and once I receive my latest payslip). As per the below blurb from the Apendix;



From the above...
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Views: 314
Posted By Lifer

Re: Priority Service Option

Nevermind. I found the answer on another forum. This can be closed now.
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Views: 314
Posted By Lifer

Priority Service Option

Hello,

I've noticed that it seems everyone is applying for spouse visas via the priority service.

I've look on the website, and can see two types of priority services (well, there's actually...
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Views: 292
Posted By Lifer

Re: Quick marriage, and apply for spouse visa?

Great. Thank you for the response.

I've never seen the priority advertised on the Gov website before (except for the in the UK option)
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Views: 292
Posted By Lifer

Quick marriage, and apply for spouse visa?

Hello.

My US citizen partner and myself had originally intended on applying for the fiance visa, however it seems that it is much easier to just marry in the US and apply for the spouse visa.
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Posted By Lifer

Fiance Visa / Biometrics Question.

Hello,

This is probably the wrong forum to post this on, however I am looking to bring my fiance over to England.

I have an issue where my partner who's an American citizen is being deployed....
Apr 5th 2018, 9:28 am
Replies: 3
Views: 444
Posted By Lifer

Deployment

Hello,

My partner is in the US Air Force, and had been in England for the past 2 years until November 2017, where he had to change stations (PCS) to an area near Chicago. He has done his 'time' in...
Forum: USA
Mar 15th 2018, 3:23 pm
Replies: 5
Views: 584
Posted By Lifer

Re: Transfer USD (USA) to GBP (UK)

Hi there,

As mentioned in a previous thread, and also from my own experience; I've found that TransferWise is really good if you want to move some money through both countries.

If you Google...
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Views: 832
Posted By Lifer

Re: 'Dual' citizenship

Yes I'm aware of the financial requirements (£18,600 income?)

I'm not married yet, but we are intending to marry. I'm trying to figure out whether it's better to marry first, and then apply for a...
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Views: 832
Posted By Lifer

'Dual' citizenship

Hello,

Sorry if this in in the wrong section.

Originally, we had the plan of me moving to America using the fiance route next year (submitting the i-129f within the next month) and for me to...
Forum: USA
Feb 5th 2018, 9:12 pm
Replies: 21
Views: 1,587
Posted By Lifer

Re: University.

I'm not too focused on time as long as it's within the next 2 years or so.

As my options in the UK to do an access course and get into uni through that route would only last until I'm 24 as you...
Forum: USA
Feb 5th 2018, 5:43 pm
Replies: 21
Views: 1,587
Posted By Lifer

Re: University.

Hello everyone,

Thank you all so much for your responses.

Doing SAT & ACT sounds more desirable but I need to do my own research now to see which is the best option for me now that I have a...
Forum: USA
Feb 3rd 2018, 10:45 am
Replies: 21
Views: 1,587
Posted By Lifer

University.

Hey.

I'm hoping this is in the right section, however I have come across something that I'm hoping someone else on here has gone through.

So hopefully by 2019 I should be in the USA via the...
Forum: USA
Feb 1st 2018, 5:41 pm
Replies: 12
Views: 1,216
Posted By Lifer

Re: Wow airline

Hey.

My partner lives in Chicago too!

So WowAir I haven't used yet, however they are cheap (and they're also opening up routes for Stanstead - Chicago in May, which I'm excited for).
^They...
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