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|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by joygirl2017(f): 12:18pm On Sep 14|
Wishing you all the best .pray its good news.
just pray they dont send you passport is ready for pick on Friday the weekend wait is horrible chai !
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Benuromi: 2:20pm On Sep 14|
I spoke to few solicitors, they said I can't adopt her. Yes, her name is on the application when I applied for my wife spouse visa in Nigeria.
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 3:20pm On Sep 14|
I was refused. Please advice me on next step. Met financial requirement wife earn 27.5k
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 4:38pm On Sep 14|
What reasons did they give for not been able to adopt her?
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 4:42pm On Sep 14|
How did you originally get to the UK?
Your immigration history to the UK looks complicated, and a straight forward approach would not necessarily suffice.....
You seemed to bombard them with all sorts of application process, which they deemed frivolous.....
What was your original route to the uk, in your spousal visa application, did you declare all, or economical with the truth?
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by deept(m): 4:44pm On Sep 14|
not necessary, i (husband) applied with my wife still using her maiden name, wife still uses maiden name on all official documents. dont worry yourself about name change. As long as names are correct on marriage certificates etc. who name change 'epp?
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 6:06pm On Sep 14|
I went with my dad as a child (13) so I won't know what sort visa one as on. And I his past away soon will be difficult to get it.
The HO took their time r years o reconsider and during this time i met my wife so their was change of circumstances. Now she is 5 months pregnant
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 6:41pm On Sep 14|
I think your best route is to contact a good immigration lawyer. Might be difficult to fight this without proper legal representation.......
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 7:26pm On Sep 14|
My barrister said all they wrote was nonsense and it's against the law as all the payslips , bank statements are there and other docs are complete. Is just laziness on there parth. We will appeal and MP will get involve
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by antiaqueen: 7:32pm On Sep 14|
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by tayeby78: 9:29pm On Sep 14|
Appeal takes a long time......trust me I'm still in it and yes I got the mp involved. But if you're still in the country then you have a leverage cos you can still be able to work. Good luck
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 10:27pm On Sep 14|
You might meet the financial requirements, but the issue is your chequered immigration history in the UK.
They would eventually issue the visa, but you need to put in some leg work.
They decided right to family life cannot be denied, so they need to look inwards.......
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by ooooyes: 2:26am On Sep 15|
With my experience with some barristers, they are just after their own pocket. Not all will be objective in their assessment of the situation. It is sad that they refused you after all the effort you put in. Reading through your refusal notice carefully, you will realise that is a combination of different factors that led to your refusal. Even though your wife met the financial requirement, not adhering to the 28day rule the eco will presume that your wife may not still be in that employment as at when the application was made. The goes for the bank statement, they will just assume that the bank statement did not reflect your current situation.
Also your immigration history didn't help matter as well. It would have been nice if you explained in the additional info box how you got to the UK at age 13, given that you were young and did not really know which visa your father used. In my experience in visa application I have found out that the HO is looking for reason not to give visa. So often, more is better than less.
In all one thing stands out, if you are genuinely married to your wife they cannot deny you been with her. Article 8 guarantee that. As someone already mentioned, is not going to be easy but it is possible to get the visa. Just looking for a good lawyer that will be objective not one that will tell you what you need to hear. Either you make fresh application or appeal, try to address all the concerns stated in the refusal notice. And please which ever way you decide to move forward, don't use that barrister that to,do you what they wrote was nonsense. In my humble opinion I don't think he is a good barrister.
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by joygirl2017(f): 9:24pm On Sep 15|
I quite agree with you .@oyessssss Though appeal takes time getting a goid lawyer is another thing there other forums thst people used good lawyers thst gave them results
Again sorry about your refusal it can be heart breaking I pray God makes a way for you and lead you on the right part .
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by joygirl2017(f): 9:35pm On Sep 15|
Pls for those who have passed application stage and moving to the next stage
Pls proceed to the next chat room [/b]sent the link above[b]
We still need each other
One of the May applicant is having her white wedding 1st week in October we chatted off the platform and chatted with some of us .
Pls you cordially invited would be nice physical reunion before uk hustling start.
And to other applicants once you have gotten visa or you in the uk do join us sent the link so we package for next stage and know how we settling in life , work , family .
Stay bless .
Oga lexus thanks for everything and helping everyone on the platform I no forget you oo .
Moving to do my masters after graduation from here to flr stage.
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 10:57pm On Sep 15|
Well done Madam. Wetin una go call the table, during the wedding? Abi how people go sabi the table?
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by joygirl2017(f): 12:44pm On Sep 16|
Reunion table or MAY GROUP lol. (KIDDING)
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Realgeo(m): 12:11am On Sep 17|
All those lawyers will tell u what you want to hear because they want to make few bucks out of ur pocket. Your matter get as e bi!. I am not trying to judge u but u really messed lots of thing. Wish u luck any way
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Realgeo(m): 12:21am On Sep 17|
May things on the move....... will be getting ready 4 this weddings. An opportunity to see more of uk. @lexusgs430 u are invited.
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 1:24am On Sep 17|
Thank you Boss. Drop details via WhatsApp (I might be heading down Oxfordshire)......
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 7:37am On Sep 17|
How did i mess up alot of things. It's not like i did intentionally. Am mainly trying to sort things out for a better future. As a kid my step mum took no step to help me. I had to start doing it when I realise how things should be. I leave all to God
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 11:24am On Sep 17|
I am appealing and reviewing the decision. Would my wife being pregnant help speed it up sir
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 12:35pm On Sep 17|
Are you the Midwife or Gynecologists that would attempt delivery?
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 5:38pm On Sep 17|
Lol. Thanks for making laugh though it has being bitter few days. I mean would it help speed up my appeal process.
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 6:02pm On Sep 17|
I don't think it would play any part, in terms of time sensitivity.......
But you might see baby on the 1st or 2nd birthday (depending on how quickly things begin to click).
In essence, don't give yourself HBP. Chill, relax and enjoy our Nigerian hospitality...........
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Realgeo(m): 10:43pm On Sep 17|
Your wife being pregnant will not speed up the appeal neither will it affect the decision. The only thing that will help u is when she put to bed then, your right of family will come into place.
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by readynow: 10:54pm On Sep 17|
Good Morning lovely people in this progressive forum
want to apply for Naric for English language assessment please which delivery method is best
1. DHL or International signed mail for the delivery of the result of Naric. the DHL option seems expensive for me(80 dollars)while international signed mail is (7 dollars)
2. can i deliver to my wife address in the UK
3. can i pay with my GTB naira visa card
please advice if you have used the international signed mail( as one of the option in naric site for result delivery)before
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by readynow: 10:58pm On Sep 17|
please i will quite appreciate if i an get samples of the following letters
sampleLetter of Introduction from Applicant
sample Letter of introduction from sponsor
sample letter to be writing by landlord accepting the applicant to come stay with the wife in the same apartment
please will appreciate this
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 4:32am On Sep 18|
Why not get your wife to perform all the logistics?
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 4:40am On Sep 18|
Your best way to achieve this is to pick a recent applicant, send them a PM and seek samples......
Alternatively, read through thread. I am sure a sample would have been posted.....
Do yourself a personal favour and read through thread..........
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lamakinde(m): 10:25am On Sep 18|
I used the international signed mail and was delivered and signed for by my wife. Of course I used my GTB Mastercard.
|Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by readynow: 3:46pm On Sep 18|
Thank you lexusgs i appreciate you response.yes i have read through the thread and i have copy and pasted samples in the past but my computer crashed and i lost all the saved document since i dont backup on external drive.just looking at the time to go over several pages again well will take your advice and will try
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