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Re: Spouse Visa: Last few questions on application to check

Thanks op for confirming your friend's experience and similar successful experiences can be found in other larger boards too. Don't confuse from several of above botched advices and simply stick to...
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Re: Spouse Visa: Last few questions on application to check

Stop grasping at straws as it wouldn't change the fact that the op's test will be accepted. Because it is from UKVI with the UKVI's unique reference for verification purposes. Also it is even higher...
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Re: Spouse Visa: Last few questions on application to check

Your test centre (BR051) is very clearly on UKVI’s list at below. And your test is having the UKVI number which will be asked to input onto the application form. Worth mentioning that official...
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Re: Spouse Visa: Last few questions on application to check

Your test (B2) will flawlessly work. Read the page 12 of following guidance:
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Re: Spouse Visa processing times out of Asia

Probably you didn't notice what I had actually postulated which was merely an observation after reading few larger forums having specific timeline by country wise. Also, seen members from these...
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Re: Spouse Visa processing times out of Asia

Not really and is totally a delusional presumption. If you read the bigger forum then will see that this is not how the visa authorities work because applications from other parts of world dubbed as...
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: Re house size for spouse visa

Many thanks for outpouring corrections but whatever I had cautioned above was purely with good faith with no modicum of any intention of worrying anyone. However, if it does to others to whom it...
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Re: Re house size for spouse visa

To all previous commentators, my foregone layman opinion wasn't a professional advice and equally I do not think anyone here is offering a free professional advice regardless length of ones...
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: Re house size for spouse visa

By purely conjecturing based on the above description that accommodation is a very little one bedroom flat/studio flat/EnSite room where the conversion of area has been made in irresponsible way by...
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: Re house size for spouse visa

Better to not rely on that accomodation because it might give you an illusion of saving for a while but it might quadruple your outlays shortly afterwards where the authorities might ask to resupply...
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: ILR savings question

For ILR without additional dependant it will be:

£18600+16000= £34600
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Re: Hi

Do not confuse yourself unnecessarily when the both terminologies signifying almost the same things. Be known that choosing either of these should be fine provided the correct application form has...
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Re: ILR Set M documents

It is really very strange that you never heard this requirement ever before. Anyway if before the processing of your FLRM application she manage to pass this test then can safely vary into SET M...
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: ILR Set M documents

Only unique reference numbers will be needed which you have already inputted. These number will enable the UKVI to verify the test.
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Re: About Finance Requirements

That is perhaps a bit prototypical case where someone is being paid his annual leave through a increased pay rate instead in hours/days. But if this will be confirmed in employer letter and would...
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: ILR Set M documents

You are glaringly missing Life in Uk test.
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Sponsor's British passport's bio page only or all pages

Many thanks for giving a logical opinion and I don't see anything wrong in attaching few P60s to show the origin of funds along with bank statements & declaration. Aside this, should the sponsor's...
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Re: Using cash Savings only despite earning sufficiently

Many thanks for your reply. All I can see on the official guidance and flrm application form is that, they only require 6 months of bank statements along side the declaration of the source of cash...
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Re: Using cash Savings only despite earning sufficiently

Good morning/afternoon,
Need an opinion as whether the following understanding is correct in relation to cash savings:

1. Flrm application form isn't fortunately asking about the current...
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: citizenship ceremony invitation letter

1. If possible, then try to protract the moving plans because on several occasions, the essential communication still being sent to older address even after updating them with the new address....
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: Different name on passport and bank account

That seems a unique omission/oversight where the bank hadn't have followed the name printed on the passport & BRP card. Maybe requesting them to rectify it to your maiden name and then reissue you...
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: Bank statements for cash savings ILR

In that case yes a covering letter would certainly work. And thanks for sharing your experience about this question.
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: Bank statements for cash savings ILR

Although attaching a document such as bank statement covering slightly the lengthier duration than required is ideal to ward off any risk of miscalculation but it conversely can cause confusion as it...
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: FLR(M) Cohabitation Documents Query

Personally, i don't see any reason for these being frowned upon provided resembles to original ones (which most often is the case) while not saying explicitly as are online versions. Academically,...
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Posted By Policy reader

Re: Extend Spouse visa after 5 years (NOT ILR)

Hello mate,
Can you kindly tell us as what difficulty are you facing when trying to fill the application form by relying on cash saving route because I am also intending to use the same route in...
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