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Posted By bookerw100

Re: 2nd visa

I think it will still cost you as much if not more in fees. But since the spouse is already in the UK, the process is much quicker. You can pay extra for a very quick decision.
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Posted By bookerw100

Re: Home office is a business!!

Well if you are trying to bring your spouse to the country, it is not necessary for them to have any skills which is why the HO doesn't ask for any academic qualifications, bar English language. This...
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Posted By bookerw100

Re: Home office is a business!!

I think everyone has their own view. I am a UK tax payer and I don't think HO should be making a profit, especially on family applications.
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Posted By bookerw100

Re: Home office is a business!!

This is already known. Unfortunately no one is going to fight for immigrants .
May 31st 2019, 9:12 am
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Posted By bookerw100

Re: Tourist Visa funds

He said he can easily show about £2-£3k. surely that's enough?
May 30th 2019, 4:26 pm
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Views: 677
Posted By bookerw100

Re: Tourist Visa funds

I read somewhere that for schengen visa they advise abut £50-60 per day but for UK there doesn't seem to be any specific number mentioned.
May 30th 2019, 1:53 pm
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Posted By bookerw100

Re: Tourist Visa funds

so question still remains, how much money should he show in his bank statements for a 10 days trip.
May 28th 2019, 1:04 pm
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Posted By bookerw100

Re: Tourist Visa funds

He has a permanent job and two properties that he owns back home. I have asked him to submit evidence of these when he applies but I thought you still have to show bank statements ?
May 28th 2019, 10:05 am
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Posted By bookerw100

Re: Tourist Visa funds

He holds an Indian passport and will be visiting from India.
Yes he has visited before but like 15 years ago.
May 28th 2019, 9:13 am
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Views: 677
Posted By bookerw100

Tourist Visa funds

Hi

My brother is going to be applying for a tourist Visa to visit me for about 10 days. I was wondering how much money and how many months' bank statements does he need to show.

Also is it...
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Posted By bookerw100

Re: Forgot IHS number on application

Not sure how long it will delay it. I would just write a letter detailing your application stuff and send it to UKVI
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Views: 1,553
Posted By bookerw100

Re: Marriage certificate needs to be apostile for schenegan Visa?

Yes you are right I meant layover/in transit. We had no plans to get out of Amsterdam when we had booked our tickets.
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Posted By bookerw100

Re: Marriage certificate needs to be apostile for schenegan Visa?

We were travelling to South America with a stopover in Amsterdam. Unfortunately due to weather conditions, there was delays and there were no direct flights for another day. We didn't want to just be...
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Posted By bookerw100

Re: Marriage certificate needs to be apostile for schenegan Visa?

There seems to be way to get documents apostilled online, see this link

https://mea.gov.in/apostille.htm

Regardless, will be interested to see the outcome of your application if you not...
Forum: Australia
May 3rd 2019, 12:24 pm
Replies: 8
Views: 1,326
Posted By bookerw100

Re: moving from UK to Aus

okay thanks, will do some more research and revert
Forum: Australia
May 2nd 2019, 12:58 pm
Replies: 8
Views: 1,326
Posted By bookerw100

Re: moving from UK to Aus

Very true man, not easy to get a job when you are based outside and also need a visa. However, I am getting head hunted for a specific type of role. On doing some research myself I found there are a...
Forum: Australia
May 2nd 2019, 12:54 pm
Replies: 8
Views: 1,326
Posted By bookerw100

Re: moving from UK to Aus

Thanks. Any idea of realistic timescales as the official website is quoting like 75 to 90% are responded to within 13 months, surely that cant be right?
Forum: Australia
May 2nd 2019, 10:41 am
Replies: 8
Views: 1,326
Posted By bookerw100

moving from UK to Aus

Hi

I am in very early talks of potentially moving to Aus with the Mrs. I am BC ,wife is Indian. I will only move after I have secured a job offer. I have some initial queries

Does anyone know...
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Views: 497
Posted By bookerw100

Re: Applying for New UK Passport

I am not from an EU country but when I applied for my first UK passport, I didn't have to provide address proof. I just had to send my foreign passport and naturalisation certificate.
Forum: Scandinavia
Apr 16th 2019, 4:31 pm
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Views: 2,340
Posted By bookerw100

Swedish tax implications

hi
If I get a contract job in Sweden, working under my UK limited company, what are the general and basic tax implications?

I will be looking to live in Sweden for longer than 6 months but less...
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Views: 1,884
Posted By bookerw100

Re: British citizenship

Got the shiny new BP today. I picked it up from the local depot as they were delivering tomorrow.
For reference, if you have issues, just ring the HMPO where you sent the document directly instead...
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Views: 447
Posted By bookerw100

Re: Spouse visa: originals vs. copies?

We applied aroudn this time and had heard no such change. If there is a change, it will be told in the documents required section. I would suggest send originals, not worth the risk.

There is no...
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Views: 751
Posted By bookerw100

Re: Re-enter the UK on tourist visa

I know someone who did the same - entered a second item on multiple entry tourist visa. They had no issues. In fact i n their case, they weren't even asked anything at the border but that does depend...
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Posted By bookerw100

Re: UK ePassport gate changes

are the landing cards being scrapped for all nationalities or just these countries who will be permitted to use egates.
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Views: 551
Posted By bookerw100

Re: Stepdaughter stay in the UK

While I can't offer you much advice but I do hope whatever path you go down the application is approved quickly and you are out of the abusive relationship soon! good luck
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