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|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Baphil: 10:00am On Feb 22|
Good morning people,
Please I need answers to the following questions:
1. How much are the various UK visit visas now?
2. Is the visa fee inclusive of the biometrics?
3. Can one pay with a Nigerian bank card?
4. What are the required documents needed for this visit application?
5. Do I need to upload the documents online after submission?
Thank you as I look forward to your help. God bless you all.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by AlphaCentaurii: 11:50am On Feb 22|
Please does anyone know where i can buy clothes for the cold UK weather in Ikeja? Like the body warmer....
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by giselle237: 1:33pm On Feb 22|
Find responses by the side
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Baphil: 1:41pm On Feb 22|
Thank you so much. I appreciate your help
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Maiyakz: 2:26pm On Feb 22|
Please I need your help. Am about to start the application process for a dependant visa for my fiancée (soon to be wife) to come join in the UK. Am on a Tier 2 visa that would expire next year April however the company am working for are keen to renew my work visa next year.
I just want to know how much is the dependant visa and the IHS fees for her.?
Would appreciate it if anyone help with this info thanks.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by giselle237: 3:48pm On Feb 22|
Maiyakz:Dependent visa is about 462 pounds, if your occupation is on the shortage list then you will pay half at 231 pounds or so.
Ihs charges will also be paid for every year for the visa, dnt know how much. If you are in the nhs, ihs will not be charged so you won’t be paying ihs if under this category.
I believe tier 2 has been phased out most esp the name. It is now skilled worker visa. Find info below and on the gov.uk site
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by yomikings(m): 5:20pm On Feb 22|
I have been trying to pay Visa fee,for the past one week now,it giveing me error
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Maiyakz: 8:48pm On Feb 22|
Thanks a lot for your prompt response. God bless..
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Baphil: 4:48am On Feb 23|
Good morning everyone,
Please who has paid for 6 months multiple visit visa recently. I see it is $137 but I need to know how much in naira it is exactly please.
Please help urgently.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Jollofsaidarice: 6:00am On Feb 23|
Hi am everyone am in cyprus married to European with legal resident permit and work permit.
What kind of visa could one apply to relocate to countries like Canada, UK, Australia please
Am in early 30s
NB. I Nigeria married to European girl
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by KIDfurniture(m): 1:53pm On Feb 23|
Plz who applied and have collected his or Nigeria passport recently plz.. which state ? Ibadan is useless right now..
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by alert20: 5:04pm On Feb 23|
Ibadan is not useless guy, I know someone who applied in November last year although he has seen refusal mail mid-December, up till now status it's still showing APPLICATION RECEIVED BY DMC..... passport is still with them as I typed
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by kenny189(m): 5:11pm On Feb 23|
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|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by ibukunpops(f): 10:13pm On Feb 23|
Need your clarification on something.
Is it necessary for someone that has a company to submit the bank statement of the business when he is already submitting a personal bank statement that shows salary payment from the company?
Please note that he will be submitting CAC docs and other relevant docs that shows he is the owner of the company.
Will appreciate your response and inputs.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by KIDfurniture(m): 11:10pm On Feb 23|
So so sorry brother me sir... not talking about submission to the uk embassy . Me talking about immigration office in ibadan sir
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Oggg: 2:35am On Feb 24|
KIDfurniture:check cost of international passport thread for information
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Nielbaba(m): 7:04am On Feb 24|
ibukunpops:my own case is diffrent tho , I am a salary earner with my statement of account basically from my employer the business statement of account , I'm not submitting cos I've not been paying myself from it , I'm only adding the business details to show more ties to home country , even though I have money in the account , I'm not including it as a financial support document rather just to show more ties
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by alert20: 8:48am On Feb 24|
Oh my bad � I'm sorry for jumping into conclusion
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by evenda: 9:47am On Feb 24|
ok, guys, i need your input on this, i know before applying, i couldn't get concrete advice off here as it wasn't straight forward.
so my MIL got a refusal , but we intend applying again.. see refusal letter attached.
she is a fulltime pastor, so no salary and doesn't work elsewhere.
she only gets some small money from us monthly and maybe ftom some generous members as well.
so because she isn't paid a salary, I've put unemployed but stated she got regular allowance from us up to 150k/yr.
We mentioned this in the cover letter that it wasnt always regular and submitted proof of these payments to her.
We didnt include her bank statements as we didnt think it will be necessary and any large free will money from others can raise alarm.
So now we want to apply again.
1. do we say self employed or still unemployed? and put her bank statements but also annotate transactions from us to her with detailed explanations. if self employed, does she need to provide proof of this employment?
2. do we say unemployed and say no other source of income, so no bank statements? doesn't that just muddle things up as we've put yes in the previous application.
looks like refusal was mainly on her other income source, no issues seen from our side and it's fully sponsored trip for 45days
some1 please help me with advice or ideas o.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Maiyakz: 1:28pm On Feb 24|
Thanks a lot giselle237 for the response.
So my Tier 2 "Skilled worker" visa would be expiring next year march, however my company has every intention to renew my visa by then.
My question is, would the duration remaining on my current visa have any effect on the cost of the visa and IHS fees as we will be applying for the dependant visa this year.? (I don't work for the NHS but work for a Category A sponsors).
Hopefully my question is clear . Thanks.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by giselle237: 7:31pm On Feb 24|
Maiyakz:u have a visa that is valid till march 2022, ur dependent is tied to your own visa and whatever date is on urs which is March 2022 is goin to be the validity of ihs fees and your dependent’s visa.
Until your visa/contract is renewed for longer term, the date that will be used for your spouse is the date your status is valid for. No room for presumption that it will be renewed.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by ibukunpops(f): 10:30pm On Feb 24|
I will really appreciate your inputs on the below everyone.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by kaad: 11:04pm On Feb 24|
Hi @Giselle and all,
I'm also expecting a baby and want to invite my mum. simply put, reason is for her to help care for the newborn but from what i read here, is not the best way to put it.
please what exactly should i write other than coming out straight to say she's coming for childcare.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by giselle237: 11:49pm On Feb 24|
kaad:Someone advised to simply say omugwo. It is culture. It is tradition. Dnt translate. Write omugwo there or u say visit family. I am yet to know why you can’t also say your mum is coming to visit.
U dnt need to write 10000 reasons why a mum will want to see her own child.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by RivuletStream: 3:34am On Feb 25|
@giselle237 Please I need you to guide a friend. A friend asked me and I don't know what to tell him
His income comes from rent payments for a property he inherited, he has documents for the property. Currently, he has NO job.
When filling the visit visa form, what would you advise him to fill at the employment section?
The rent is paid annually, how would he fill the monthly income and monthly expenditure?
The purpose for his visit is to attend Army Assessment Centre. He has invitation from the British Army.
Thank you as you kindly respond.
|Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by giselle237: 7:28am On Feb 25|
RivuletStream:frankly he won’t get the visa. He should try and get a job. The way ECOs have been assessing those tryin to obtaim visa to go for assessmnt has showed a pattern. They know there is a strong possibility you people won’t return whether british army takes u or not so the lines are clear.
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