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|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by nomad26: 6:57pm On Jan 08|
No need to worry, it won't affect your application. For tier 2 application, all they want to see is that you have had the maintenance requirement for the required number of days.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by ty01: 8:27pm On Jan 08|
I never knew UK grants 2 years Visa on first attempt. I have always thought you need to have been granted a 6 months Visa first before being granted a 2 years visa.
Congrats once again!!
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Naiobi: 8:43pm On Jan 08|
Great, thank you @nomad26
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Naiobi: 8:58pm On Jan 08|
Can someone please confirm the cost of priority service for tier 2 dependent visa?
I searched the website but the fee I saw was for people applying in the UK.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by EvaMD: 3:55am On Jan 09|
My hubby recently applied for a visiting visa for my parents in November and they were denied based on financial reasons. Both had about 1m in the account, but my hubby didn’t submit the account he had money in it..n he said on the form he’ll be part sponsoring the trip.
Now we want to reapply with all the right paper work: parents individual bank statements( dad is a retired military officer)mum is a tailor(gotten Peter head from school to support claim)
Pictures of siblings back in Nigeria, utility bills , landed properties for both of them, Hubby’s tenancy agreement here, bank statements, hand written letter.
Do I need to write anything as am on spouse visa n not yet working?but am expecting n need my mum for omugwuo..
Any other advice on what they can add would be appreciated
Biko I need answer ohhh.. you people should not do me jump and pass.. I no go gree.. my folks are submitting this week n d tension is real ohh
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by bigtt76(f): 7:44am On Jan 09|
If your hubby is sponsoring the trip in part he needs to submit a bank statement with adequate funds in it to show he can foot their bills.
Your parents since they are footing the other part of their trip's bill, need to also submit their bank statements to show adequate funds for their trip and enough in it to motivate their return back to the country.
Did your husband state in the letter of invitation you're expecting? You might need to submit a letter of invite too though I don't really see the need but just to have enough information to support their application. All the best.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by nioyo121: 8:16am On Jan 09|
Hello everyone. I would really appreciate some advice.
I am currently filling out the marriage visitor visa application form as I plan to visit the UK in order for myself and my fiance, who is a British citizen to get married at the registry. I would then return to Nigeria immediately afterwards. We plan on settling in the UK later on in the future at which point I know I would then have to apply for the[b] spousal visa.[/b]
I would like any advice anyone can give to help ensure this application is successful. I would also like to know if anyone on here has personally filled/submitted the same form (UK Marriage Visitor Visa). If anyone has can you please tell me if it was successful and also share a comprehensive list of the process and most especially of the documents you had to submit.
Also I was refused a visa to the UK in 2012 when I applied to go for my master's degree. Reason given was that I applied too close to my course start date. I quickly got another admission to a different school and reapplied in about 3 weeks and I was then granted.
I would be really really grateful if someone (or more) reaches out with some helpful information/advice as I need to submit the form very very soon.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by cgese: 10:36am On Jan 09|
Please when applying a second time after refusal, how do you register the new application in the TLScontact website. I cant see where to register. My old application is what's showing there.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by bran1: 12:33pm On Jan 09|
Someone should please advise.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by kprake9: 12:45pm On Jan 09|
login the old account and add this account to it. use the add account link
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by tasho105(m): 1:09pm On Jan 09|
Pls I need info on cheapest ticket to London mid Feb...
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Domistic: 2:54pm On Jan 09|
@Justwise and Other Pros in da house,
It's finally time to fill our form. We ar a family of 6. Father, mother and 4 kids. My question is this, do the kids need introduction letter also. Or I should write one for the family �. Also in filling the form, do I need to give budget breakdown for the kids application also
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Mamatukwas: 3:26pm On Jan 09|
I’ve been reading up on as many pages as possible to glean what info I can. My hubby is planning to invite my female cousin to come visit us for few months and head back to Naija.
From what I’ve seen all He needs to attach is an invitation letter (can this be typed? Or must it be hand written?), tenancy or mortgage details and bank account statements. Please how many months for the account statement? Also he is the sole sponsor of her trip and she just recently graduated so no money in her account. Does she still need to attach her personal bank account statement? Or just his own is fine.
Please answer me. I’m humbly asking. Thank you.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Desore: 5:47pm On Jan 09|
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by smilz(m): 9:18pm On Jan 09|
Pls house what do I select here? I had a passport that expired last year but I never travelled with it.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by kprake9: 9:35pm On Jan 09|
smilz:since u had no travel history on it clip No
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Ojoaccess: 10:08pm On Jan 09|
Pick YES and explain you don't have travel history on it. Because your new passport will show your previous passport number
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|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Desore: 12:00am On Jan 10|
No one is saying anything
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by bigtt76(f): 6:08am On Jan 10|
Buh this is not a paid service naaaah
Anyway to your questions - yes you can apply before or after your treasury bills matures either using the bills' certificates as part of your supporting documents (before maturity) or writing a cover note to explain the huge deposit in your account (after maturity).
Yes you can use money market fund investment as part of your proof of availability of funds. I know ARM (money market fund managers) do issue out letters to embassy on behalf of the investor showing availability of funds. All the best.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Desore: 8:44am On Jan 10|
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by opomulero(m): 10:10am On Jan 10|
good morning all,
please can someone submit money marker fund statement/letter as a replacement to bank statement for uk visitor visa, cos money no dey too sitdown for bank na investment people dey try do.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by bigtt76(f): 12:19pm On Jan 10|
See my response here to someone with same question
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by katily2(f): 1:13pm On Jan 10|
Good day everyone. Please,
bigtt76:my cousin was invited by my aunt who resides in the UK, she is presently serving (NYSC) what's her chances of getting her visa approved. She is going to stay for 2 weeks and return back to finish up her NYSC. Please, what document does she needs to present at the embassy?.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by bigtt76(f): 1:52pm On Jan 10|
1. Letter of invitation
2. Letter of introduction from employer (or NYSC) stating employment status and benefits
3. Own bank statement showing availability of unencumbered funds to cover the cost of the trip
4. Show close ties to home country (especially having a steady employment which will motivate her to return back after the trip)
Please look through other answers on the thread ....it would help. All the best.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by wumi247: 9:22pm On Jan 10|
Good evening gurus in the house and @ justwise. Happy new year. 2019 will favour us all as we apply for visa this year in Jesus name. Amen.
Please, I need your assistance. I and my child applied for 6months Visa in November 2018,got a denial in December 2018 .the ECO said how can I spend 26 times more of my income, as a civil servant although I submitted letter from my mutual funds but their concerns was i don't have a enough balance in my salary and other accounts i submitted .
My questions are
1) how long can i wait before i can apply for another ?because am thinking we should apply in February as a family. (Me,hubby and child)
2) Can my husband apply with us now and be the sole sponsor of the trip although he just started work in November after almost a year of out of job
3) how much can I leave in my account and how much can my husband have in his own account too?
4) do I need to get new letter and statement of account from my mutual fund,mind you the money belong to my husband and we have taken part of the money.
5) while filling the form last time I click I don't know anyone in UK which is not true. I have friends and inlaws in the UK but I didn't want to use any of them that was why I booked hotel. But I want a friend to send me letter of invitation . Can it fly?
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by edmasta01: 9:59pm On Jan 10|
I did not apply for a "marriage visa", but I have applied for settlement visa before and it was successful. From your post, it seems you want some form of re-assurance that the visa will be granted. No one can guarantee you that, but I do know that a lot of people apply for marriage visa and get it.
I will advise you read up on the content of this page: https://www.gov.uk/marriage-visa
It will help you further.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by ayobj: 2:08am On Jan 11|
I just want to make an observation.
The burden and need to prove reliability is so stressful in nigeria as per visas and immigration requirements.
I just applied for a 2 year visit visa to the UK where I currently live and was given after 6 working days .
I have been to the UK several times but the last time I applied was 2012.Last travel January 2014.
Had a 24 hour transit in 2017 coming from the states.
I didn’t submit my prior passport
I didn’t submit any landed property-where I live a foreigner cannot buy a land or house anyway.
I didn’t submit marriage certificate or family pictures.
My appointment letter wasn’t written in English and there was no payslips.
I only had a salary certificate.
I needed to do all this when I apply in Nigeria.
Can something be done to ameliorate the suffering and stress.
I put expected spending to be 2500 GBP and didn’t explain any details.
I submitted a statement of account printed on the day of salary payment .
As at the time the visa was issued I had spent all the money .
Something should be done.
Let our minister or foreign affairs and the high Commisioner to the UK make complaints.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Greenfriend: 5:51am On Jan 11|
MamaGiovanni:Did my Biometrics on 12th December at TLS, Victoria Island. My passport was returned to me on the 31st of December. Was Standard
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Greenfriend: 5:54am On Jan 11|
[quote author=Ojoaccess post=74486755][/quote]
TLS is just a financial associate of UKVI and interviews only for student visas. My certificate of sponsorship was sent to me by my hospital in UK and that is what I applied with, alongside my Police Clearance certificate, TB-free Certificate and IELTS certificate
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Greenfriend: 6:00am On Jan 11|
tasho105:Go to Skyscanner.net and follow the prompts. Good luck
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