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Re: Bank Statements and Accompanying Letter

It would be a letter that my husband obtained in the UK, and scanned/emailed to me in the US rather than physically mailing it.

I have a friend that works in the appeals division of the Home...
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Re: Document checklist (what to mail?)

I'm attaching the Document Checklist I was given and told to download upon completing and paying for my application on the gov.uk site. The formatting might have gotten messed up as I converted it to...
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Re: Document checklist (what to mail?)

Thanks for replying! I do remember reading that, but also during the application process (naturally I can't find it now), I distinctly remember reading something along the lines of "mail your...
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: Document checklist (what to mail?)

I’m going to assume by the lack of response that I haven’t missed anything glaring, and as far as I’ve been able to gather via the application process I don’t need to mail all of my supporting...
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: Health charge - 3 years instead of 2.5?

Dang. Has that been changed recently? Everything I can remember reading on it said that for the spouse visa it would be £1000 total.
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Posted By alyssalou

Health charge - 3 years instead of 2.5?

I just paid my health surcharge as part of my application, and the total came to $1644 - about $300 more than I was expecting based on the current USD to GBP exchange rate. I'm guessing that I was...
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Posted By alyssalou

Document checklist (what to mail?)

Hi everyone, we're finally ready to send off our application, I just was hoping someone might be able to look over our document list and tell me if I'm missing something. There's so much information...
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: Originals vs copies?

Got it, thanks so much for the response!
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: Originals vs copies?

Thanks so much for the reply!

I haven’t kept up with what the whole uploading process is; when I applied for my marriage visitor visa last year, and my student visa before that, I went to the...
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Posted By alyssalou

Originals vs copies?

I really hope that someone can help, I can’t find a straight answer anywhere.

Per the new rules, what documents absolutely have to be originals? Can a bank statement, after it has been stamped by...
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Posted By alyssalou

Bank Statements and Accompanying Letter

Per the new relaxed guidelines on original documents, can the letter from the bank confirming the authenticity of e-statements (or the e-statements themselves which have been stamped) be submitted as...
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Posted By alyssalou

Combining self-employed and salaried income

This is a repost of an earlier thread, with updated/more specific information. I plan on deleting the other thread.

My husband made around £2,000 in self-employed income in the last full tax year...
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Posted By alyssalou

Help understanding Appendix FM 1.7

Hi, can anyone explain these two sections a little more clearly?

9.3.6. Income under Category F or Category G can be combined with income from salaried and non-salaried employment, non-employment...
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: Complicated financials, please help!

Sorry, I should have been more clear, this is referencing the original question posed in this thread - so if we are using the previous 12 months of employment with the intent to apply at the end of...
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: Complicated financials, please help!

Okay, I am sure you’re sick of me by now, but I just want to make absolutely sure I’m exhausting all of my available options before I resign myself to applying at the end of the year. I’m a fairly...
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: When can I apply?

I understand now. Thank you for your patience. I have one other question, but it will fit better in my other thread.
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: When can I apply?

I guess here is where I'm confused. For US payslips they have dates that say Period Starting: (xx/xx) and Period Ending: (xx/xx). At least for hourly positions, the pay period is the same no matter...
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: When can I apply?

Can you or BritInParis possibly give any sources for what you’re drawing that conclusion from? If there’s any chance I can apply mid-December I want to try for it. Because looking at Appendix FM-SE,...
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: When can I apply?

So the furthest possible option, great...
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Posted By alyssalou

When can I apply?

Hi guys,

My husband started his job on June 12th of this year. If we’re applying via Category A, does that mean we can apply on December 12th or later, at the end of November when we have 6...
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: Complicated financials, please help!

No, his family is all British and I’m full American, met when I went over for Uni. The only thing we have are some British friends who now live in France but I don’t think that helps us.
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: Complicated financials, please help!

I appreciate the honesty! I think our emotions and impatience got the better of us and we needed to hear it from an impartial source.

We will go ahead and wait until December to apply. One final...
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: Complicated financials, please help!

Thank you for your reply, and thank you for being straightforward! It’s absolutely not my intent to commit fraud or ruin my chances of future entry to the country.

Just as a clarifying question,...
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Posted By alyssalou

Re: Complicated financials, please help!

There’s no urgent issue aside from the point that we’ve now been separated for two years, no. But we’ll be able to show that both 1) his current salary is above £18,600, and 2) that his gross income...
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Posted By alyssalou

Complicated financials, please help!

Hi guys,

I’m American trying to move to the UK where my British husband currently is. We have a bit of a complex financial situation and I’m hoping someone can help us make heads or tails of it -...
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