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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Egoliz4: 2:31pm On Jan 16
kprake9:


if you think it might be a problem then print another one tomorrow. its your account I guess!

Yes, it's my account.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Ojoaccess: 4:33pm On Jan 16
justwise:


Have you gone through the guidance note to see if you need to evaluate it again since you have successfully applied before?

Go through the guidance note first to see if there is any help.

If there is non then go ahead and evaluate it else you will be refused without NARIC supporting letter

What I read from the guidance is not clear enough sir. There is an heading on Tier 2 guidance called PREVIOUS GRANT OF LEAVE which says people can claim 10 points for English language proficiency based on their immigration history. I also checked caseworkers guidance to see. Am trying to upload the screenshots of what I read from caseworkers guidance and Tier 2 migrant about English language proficiency but it's not uploading. Please sir can you also help me to read paragraph 158, page 40 of Tier 2 workers guidance and page 78 of caseworkers guidance sir. When I got my Tier 2 then it was through the point based calculator I checked my degree status but now i noticed people needs to send to UKNARIC but based on the content of those paragraphs which talk about PREVIOUS GRANT OF LEAVE am confused sir. Thanks
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Lordcrixus: 8:03pm On Jan 16
Egoliz4:
Good Day House!
Please I thought my biometric is for tomorrow but it's actually on the 18th and I've just printed my bank statement today. Hope it's not an issue?

Thanks

It is not a problem, just two days apart
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Opeyemi007: 8:19pm On Jan 16
WHERE DO YOU SUBMIT A BAHAMAS VISA APPLICATION IN NIGERIA OOOOOO, EDAKUN, ONLINE RESEARCH SAYS BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION, CALL GUYS SAYS OTHERWISE.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by emekaike(m): 9:00pm On Jan 16
Has anyone applied for priority dated 3rd January that is yet to get his/her visa ready
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Egoliz4: 9:00pm On Jan 16
Lordcrixus:


It is not a problem, just two days apart

Okay. Thanks
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 9:27pm On Jan 16
radwad:

Hello...
Please is it counterproductive to use a bank loan to apply for [STANDARD VISITOR VISA in order to travel to write exam in the UK?.
Does UKVI frown at it?,meanwhile the person has a stable job with regular salary but currently short of funds.

@justwise and other mods, please help


MODIFIED @Justwise....pleaee help with response.
Thanks alot

What is your monthly salary range and how much loan are you getting?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 9:28pm On Jan 16
Ojoaccess:


What I read from the guidance is not clear enough sir. There is an heading on Tier 2 guidance called PREVIOUS GRANT OF LEAVE which says people can claim 10 points for English language proficiency based on their immigration history. I also checked caseworkers guidance to see. Am trying to upload the screenshots of what I read from caseworkers guidance and Tier 2 migrant about English language proficiency but it's not uploading. Please sir can you also help me to read paragraph 158, page 40 of Tier 2 workers guidance and page 78 of caseworkers guidance sir. When I got my Tier 2 then it was through the point based calculator I checked my degree status but now i noticed people needs to send to UKNARIC but based on the content of those paragraphs which talk about PREVIOUS GRANT OF LEAVE am confused sir. Thanks

I can only do that on weekend
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by radwad(m): 9:35pm On Jan 16
justwise:


What is your monthly salary range and how much loan are you getting?

200 thousand naira as monthly salary.
Loan of 1million naira
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Favourme84: 9:42pm On Jan 16
Good evenning house, Justwise, ekpotek and others.

Please help me...Im filling my forms online now but I had a challenge where they ask about my monthly income this is because my monthly income is 194k and i received regular quarterly allowances from my place of work amounting to 550k(every march June September and December.)

What amount would i write as my proposed budget that will not be more than two months of my salary considering my quarterly allowances as well.

PLEASE help me out.

I will be travelling alone.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Ojoaccess: 9:57pm On Jan 16
justwise:


I can only do that on weekend

Okay sir. Thanks and God bless you. Will be expecting sir.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by nioyo121: 2:45pm On Jan 17
Hi Nomad26,

Can you please share the excel sheet you mentioned. My email address is tiwa_bluecloud@yahoo.com

Thanks.

nomad26:
For my parents application for 6-months visitor visa, budget was 3000 GBP for 2 weeks and I stated that I will fully sponsor their trip. They are both self-employed.

Timeline (Standard): TLS Abuja
3rd June: Submitted online application
12th June: Submitted documents and biometrics
3rd July: Passport ready for pickup (13 working days ex. public holidays)
Picked up passports the next day with both visas approved (valid from 29th June)

These are the documents we submitted with their application:

Mine:
1. Original Invitation Letter
2. Copy of BRP and my passport data page
3. Birth certificate
4. Tenancy agreement
5. 6-months payslip
6. 6-months bank statement savings account (2K in this account)
7. 6-months bank statement salary account (3K in this account)

Parents:
1. Cover letter, signed by both of them
2. Company CAC certificate of their registered company
3. Their office tenancy agreement
4. 6-months bank statement from both of them
5. Excel table explaining deposits into their account (I can share a format if anyone's interested)
6. Land C of O and sales agreement
7. C of O of their residential house
8. Marriage certificate

FYI, they didn't submit any tax certificate, I was a bit worried about that but thank God it didn't matter. Now to start hunting for cheap tickets! cheesy
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by nomad26: 5:39pm On Jan 17
Sorry I don't have it anymore, see below my response on the same request
https://www.nairaland.com/2655931/general-uk-visa-enquiries-part/579#74697488

nioyo121:
Hi Nomad26,

Can you please share the excel sheet you mentioned. My email address is tiwa_bluecloud@yahoo.com

Thanks.

Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by everyevery: 4:32am On Jan 18
how soon can i reapply for uk standard visitor visa ,having suffered visa refusal on the 10th of jan 2019. pls house your quick response is germane. thanks
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by bigtt76(f): 5:41am On Jan 18
Depends on the reason for refusal and how quickly you can rectify that.



everyevery:
how soon can i reapply for uk standard visitor visa ,having suffered visa refusal on the 10th of jan 2019. pls house your quick response is germane. thanks

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Domistic: 2:39pm On Jan 18
@Justwise and other gurus in the house.
I have an issue now as I am filling the form, I need assistance. Let me start with the background story. We intend traveling soonest to UK. Family of 6. Husband,wife and 4kids. Expenses to be paid by our private Coy. We have all board resolution and approval. Budget 2.2m for all. My question. How do I fill this
1. For the kids. How much are u planning to spend on your visit to uk
2. What is the total amount u spend each month
3. How much will they be paying towards your visit

For Wify and I, how do we answer same question? Do we have to state the total sum of 2.2m each or break it into our individual breakdown which is about 362k for each of the 6 of us.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 3:02pm On Jan 18
Ojoaccess:


What I read from the guidance is not clear enough sir. There is an heading on Tier 2 guidance called PREVIOUS GRANT OF LEAVE which says people can claim 10 points for English language proficiency based on their immigration history. I also checked caseworkers guidance to see. Am trying to upload the screenshots of what I read from caseworkers guidance and Tier 2 migrant about English language proficiency but it's not uploading. Please sir can you also help me to read paragraph 158, page 40 of Tier 2 workers guidance and page 78 of caseworkers guidance sir. When I got my Tier 2 then it was through the point based calculator I checked my degree status but now i noticed people needs to send to UKNARIC but based on the content of those paragraphs which talk about PREVIOUS GRANT OF LEAVE am confused sir. Thanks

I have seen that section and it stated that you will be awarded 10points if you have met the English language requirement before.

So you don't need to evaluate your certificate with Uk Naric again. Just make sure that you completed the form properly to reflect that
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 3:04pm On Jan 18
radwad:


200 thousand naira as monthly salary.
Loan of 1million naira


That doesn't look good because it will take you more than 5months of your whole salary to pay back the loan.

How about saving for it rather than taking that much of a loan?

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 3:07pm On Jan 18
Favourme84:
Good evenning house, Justwise, ekpotek and others.

Please help me...Im filling my forms online now but I had a challenge where they ask about my monthly income this is because my monthly income is 194k and i received regular quarterly allowances from my place of work amounting to 550k(every march June September and December.)

What amount would i write as my proposed budget that will not be more than two months of my salary considering my quarterly allowances as well.

PLEASE help me out.

I will be travelling alone.





Use the average monthly income and explain the situation in the form
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 3:08pm On Jan 18
Domistic:
@Justwise and other gurus in the house.
I have an issue now as I am filling the form, I need assistance. Let me start with the background story. We intend traveling soonest to UK. Family of 6. Husband,wife and 4kids. Expenses to be paid by our private Coy. We have all board resolution and approval. Budget 2.2m for all. My question. How do I fill this
1. For the kids. How much are u planning to spend on your visit to uk
2. What is the total amount u spend each month
3. How much will they be paying towards your visit

For Wify and I, how do we answer same question? Do we have to state the total sum of 2.2m each or break it into our individual breakdown which is about 362k for each of the 6 of us.

I have answered this question before
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by FamousT1: 3:09pm On Jan 18
Please enlighten me on this,, I'm a domestic worker of a white UK citizen woman here in Nigeria and she is ready to take me along for summer this year, but she doesn't know how to go about it to make sure my visa is approved once,, please do we go about it
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Sohoo123: 3:15pm On Jan 18
Sohoo123:
There are dates available now from January 2nd. Thanks guys for all the help
Thanks everyone for the help. We got our visas yesterday and today. 2years for me and 6months for my son. I pray Visa grants to those still expecting.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by adegoks1234(m): 3:16pm On Jan 18
imback:


@smilz
@adegoks1234

The reason she wants to write it in the UK is because there are no more open slots in Nigeria until November.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Domistic: 4:31pm On Jan 18
justwise:


I have answered this question before
many thanks. I just saw it now
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by ty01: 5:51pm On Jan 18
I picked up my short stay visit visa yesterday and it took exactly three weeks as I applied on 27 December. It was dated 11 January which was the exact departure date I filled in the form, unfortunately the date is passed now. Thanks to all for their contributions on this platform.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Ojoaccess: 10:00pm On Jan 18
justwise:


I have seen that section and it stated that you will be awarded 10points if you have met the English language requirement before.

So you don't need to evaluate your certificate with Uk Naric again. Just make sure that you completed the form properly to reflect that


Thanks for your help sir. When I read those paragraphs I was thinking it was only applicable to those applying for Tier 2 Extension/Leave to remain. I don't know it's also applicable to those reapplying for entry clearance after the 12month cooling - off period. Thanks and God bless you sir.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by everyevery: 2:29am On Jan 19
They claimed they could not ascertain the relationship between my invitee and myself.
They are not too comfortable with the 29days duration of visit ,saying emphatically it's my first visit. Thanks in anticipation of your quick response ma.
bigtt76:
Depends on the reason for refusal and how quickly you can rectify that.



Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by bigtt76(f): 6:45am On Jan 19
1. Are you an employee?
2. Did you get a letter of introduction from your employer?
3. What is the relationship between you and your invitee?
4. What is your invitee status in the UK? Citizen or Resident?

29 days holiday for an employee or businessman/woman in Nigeria is an over kill considering that most leave days are like 2-3 weeks. You need to provide proof of your relationship with your invitee else they might see you as one looking to abscond during the visit especially if invitee is a citizen or resident.

All the best.

everyevery:
They claimed they could not ascertain the relationship between my invitee and myself.
They are not too comfortable with the 29days duration of visit ,saying emphatically it's my first visit. Thanks in anticipation of your quick response ma.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Luxxycool(m): 7:59am On Jan 19
Hello house, let me quickly appreciate the guys helping to sort out issues on this forum, thanks a lot.
I'm confused and need someone to put me through, my fiancee just passed her ielts and nmc cbt and ready for other processes for a tier 2 visa but we are planning to apply together. We are planning to get married around March which is around the same time we would be applying for the visa. My questions..
Is it advisable to apply immediately after marriage?
In applying, what other evidences would be needed to show the genuity of the marriage apart from the marriage cerficate?

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