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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by arabambi123: 12:40am On Aug 14
please which option is best for for my wife.She has a company but there are irregular inflows of money into the account.I plan using SELF EMPLOYED with no supporting documents.I am the one sponsoring the trip with regular flow of income.Please is there any issue with not submitting any of her financial documents? cc justwise
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by seyisanya(m): 3:11am On Aug 14
Well, except village people are running 100m behind such person grin then they will not have a proof of valid accommodation upon entry into the UK or any country for that matter. The minimum duration of the UK visit visa is 6 months so such person might eventually be able to book a convenient accommodation when they are ready to travel since not everyone travels immediately they get a visa.
justwise:
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Not smart move because you are likely to be sent back when immigration at POE found out what you did.

It's the dumbest move ever because it's a common knowledge that immigration usually call the hotel to confirm your booking.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by giselle237: 5:30am On Aug 14
What should he do?... nothing na.
The email has explained everything... his patience is highly appreciated as they have not finished with his matter..
MrsDaniels:
My cousin emailed UKVI today regarding his application and his child and he got this email. His wondering what they could be doing on it since July 3rd...Na wa sha for this people. What do u guys think he should do?

Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by justwise(m): 6:11am On Aug 14
cuttiee:
My company will provide all necessary docs but can you guide with what docs will be required for submission?

Also , my company either pays salary from two different account since they merged, will this have an effect? I mean I get paid either from to different account names

I think I have answered the first part of your question before?

Regarding your last question...that will not be a problem as long as you explain the payment situation in your visa application.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by cuttiee(f): 7:54am On Aug 14
justwise:


I think I have answered the first part of your question before?

Regarding your last question...that will not be a problem as long as you explain the payment situation in your visa application.
.

Yes you have responded but not with the details of the docs to submit. I will appreciate your guidance on the list of docs to attach.

Thank you
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Elderss: 9:36am On Aug 14
Good morning my Ogas in the house.

Your boy don come again oo.
Abeg help me use your 'Ogbon Agba' smiley scrutinize and express your thoughts on the issues highlighted below:

1. I intend to apply for a Tier 2 visa as the main/principal/primary applicant.
Can my dependants apply at a later date after mine?

2. If Yes (which I believe it is), must their application be made before the expiration of the primary applicant's COS or can the application made after the expiration?

Though I want the best option for all, cash availability is also a challenge, hence the aforementioned questions.

NB: Employer is an A rated Sponsor.

Thanks

Cc: justwise
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Rutherford2019: 10:08am On Aug 14
How long will it take after obtaining certificate of sponsorship to applying for Visa..I mean if I apply for Visa on UK Visa website then how long will it take TLS to invite me for biometric
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Ramj: 10:10am On Aug 14
Good morning fam
I've just retrieved my passport with my UK entry visa stamped into it. However, the visa commences on the 14th of September, 2019.
This is my first international travel. I hope it is okay to book for flight that leaves Nigeria on 13th and arrives London on 14th. I no want make my 300k enter voicemail abeg.
Please advise. Thanks.

You can do that. My journey to the UK was just like this.
You are safe and safe.

Left Naija Jan 13 and entered U.K Jan 14 - the day my visa starts

Je m'appelle Ramj

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by fumat: 11:22am On Aug 14
From my very little experience

1. Yes your dependents can apply at a later stage
2. Application for dependents can be made at any stage, it does not matter if the CoS expires or not for them.

Note :- Try to keep a copy of the CoS doc even though it is expired as you will need some details when you fill your dependents application from at a later stage.


Elderss:
Good morning my Ogas in the house.

Your boy don come again oo.
Abeg help me use your 'Ogbon Agba' smiley scrutinize and express your thoughts on the issues highlighted below:

1. I intend to apply for a Tier 2 visa as the main/principal/primary applicant.
Can my dependants apply at a later date after mine?

2. If Yes (which I believe it is), must their application be made before the expiration of the primary applicant's COS or can the application made after the expiration?

Though I want the best option for all, cash availability is also a challenge, hence the aforementioned questions.

NB: Employer is an A rated Sponsor.

Thanks

Cc: justwise

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Elderss: 12:03pm On Aug 14
fumat:
From my very little experience

1. Yes your dependents can apply at a later stage
2. Application for dependents can be made at any stage, it does not matter if the CoS expires or not for them.

Note :- Try to keep a copy of the CoS doc even though it is expired as you will need some details when you fill your dependents application from at a later stage.



Thanks Plenty
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Healhtyliving: 1:51pm On Aug 14
Yes your dependants can apply at a later date even if d COS expires. Provided d tier 2 main applicants visa is still valid. But it is always advisable to apply at the same time, especially if your employer is willing to provide the maintainance fund as it is not always easy to save up.


Good morning my Ogas in the house.

Your boy don come again oo.
Abeg help me use your 'Ogbon Agba' smiley scrutinize and express your thoughts on the issues highlighted below:

1. I intend to apply for a Tier 2 visa as the main/principal/primary applicant.
Can my dependants apply at a later date after mine?

2. If Yes (which I believe it is), must their application be made before the expiration of the primary applicant's COS or can the application made after the expiration?

Though I want the best option for all, cash availability is also a challenge, hence the aforementioned questions.

NB: Employer is an A rated Sponsor.

Thanks

Cc: justwise[/quote]
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Elderss: 2:05pm On Aug 14
Healhtyliving:
Yes your dependants can apply at a later date even if d COS expires. Provided d tier 2 main applicants visa is still valid. But it is always advisable to apply at the same time, especially if your employer is willing to provide the maintainance fund as it is not always easy to save up.

Thanks.
Will surely weigh all available options.
God bless
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by donbuchi1(m): 2:32pm On Aug 14
Justblow:


If you included the kids birth certificate, I don't see any other evidence the ECO requires, expect maybe he/she is looking at family pictures not being presented. And are you very sure there birth certificate was scaned at the vac? Cause things goes proper wrong from the scanning section if you not very vigilant.

If you will be reapplying , make sure you add family pictures and be very vigilant at the VAC during documents scanning.

And if you feel you want to contest this decision, then I can supply you with information about how to go about this process.

Hi, we want to contest this decision, and will be open to get required information from you. Thanks
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by adecoal: 2:40pm On Aug 14
Hi guys

i just got a mail from UKHUNVisaInfo that my application has been concluded. How long do i have to wait to get a mail from TLS for my decision. My appointment was on the 24th of July 2019.

Thanks.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by bikram6100(m): 2:54pm On Aug 14
i got the same mail from same email address on 29th July and there is no update from TLS/UKVI till now. i did my biometric on 15th July at LAGOS_VI
i am tired of writing emails to UKVI and TLS, every time they say "your application is concluded and VAC will contact you very soon"

adecoal:
Hi guys

i just got a mail from UKHUNVisaInfo that my application has been concluded. How long do i have to wait to get a mail from TLS for my decision. My appointment was on the 24th of July 2019.

Thanks.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by adecoal: 3:00pm On Aug 14
29?? Oh wow!! thats a long time.

i hope to hear from them soon o.


bikram6100:
i got the same mail from same email address on 29th July and there is no update from TLS/UKVI till now. i did my biometric on 15th July at LAGOS_VI
i am tired of writing emails to UKVI and TLS, every time they say "your application is concluded and VAC will contact you very soon"

Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Laurasky: 4:46pm On Aug 14
Hello!!!
Please does anyone know about Uk appointment booking payments apart from paying for IHS and visa? I’m seeing others like user pay fees 55 pounds,appointment assisted service premium long 40k or more VAT 2k or more everything amounting to 80k or more apart from Visa and IHS����is this how Uk intend to continue to finish us?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by MrsDaniels(f): 4:46pm On Aug 14
Your lucky to ve concluded email. My cuz and his child did theirs 12days before you even did ur biometrics and till now no response. This someone who schooled in the Uk. And been for visit twice after his studies and never overstayed his trips and they taken forever on his application. We were expecting him over here since July 29th. But wen dem never even answer am and him pikin how will dey come na. UkVI know how to collect money but wont fulfill their own promise of adhering to the timelines.

bikram6100:
i got the same mail from same email address on 29th July and there is no update from TLS/UKVI till now. i did my biometric on 15th July at LAGOS_VI
i am tired of writing emails to UKVI and TLS, every time they say "your application is concluded and VAC will contact you very soon"

Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by justwise(m): 6:36pm On Aug 14
cuttiee:
.

Yes you have responded but not with the details of the docs to submit. I will appreciate your guidance on the list of docs to attach.

Thank you

You need to submit evidence of employment, payslips and salary account(6 months of both is the standard)

Your company need to give you a letter giving details of the training you are going for and how it will help the company, this training how to relate to your duty in the company.

You also need a letter from the company in the UK with details about the training.

You don't need to book a flight but you have to provide evidence of accommodation and budget of the trip.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by cuttiee(f): 8:47pm On Aug 14
Thank you. So I do not need to submit the company’s statement of account in any way?

Do I need to attach employment letter?

Since I am married,will I be required to attach my wedding certificate and family pics in anyway?

So sorry for the questions, I just want to be clear at once.

Thank you
justwise:


You need to submit evidence of employment, payslips and salary account(6 months of both is the standard)

Your company need to give you a letter giving details of the training you are going for and how it will help the company, this training how to relate to your duty in the company.

You also need a letter from the company in the UK with details about the training.

You don't need to book a flight but you have to provide evidence of accommodation and budget of the trip.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Innopre983: 10:36pm On Aug 14
Good evening house. Please I am asking this question for my younger sister. She wants to travel to UK on visit for 10 days with her daughter. Her husband is going to write a consent letter for her to take the child along. My question is this..... Is it compulsory for the husband to attach his international passport page with the consent letter or the consent letter alone is enough because her husband doesn't have international passport yet. Thank you.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Mashaunola: 11:45pm On Aug 14
adecoal:
29?? Oh wow!! thats a long time.

i hope to hear from them soon o.


Same here. I got the same message yesterday. Please let me know when you get the response from TLS
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Menakay(m): 3:21am On Aug 15
Innopre983:
Good evening house. Please I am asking this question for my younger sister. She wants to travel to UK on visit for 10 days with her daughter. Her husband is going to write a consent letter for her to take the child along. My question is this..... Is it compulsory for the husband to attach his international passport page with the consent letter or the consent letter alone is enough because her husband doesn't have international passport yet. Thank you.
He must attach copy of his identity which could be either passport data page, driver's license or National identity card. Just one among above mentioned three.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by toperino: 7:45am On Aug 15
Please what are the processes for UK visit visa application, how do I apply and submit documents.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by adecoal: 8:02am On Aug 15
okay let me know when you get a response too.

Mashaunola:

Same here. I got the same message yesterday. Please let me know when you get the response from TLS
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by justwise(m): 9:31am On Aug 15
cuttiee:
Thank you. So I do not need to submit the company’s statement of account in any way?

Do I need to attach employment letter?

Since I am married,will I be required to attach my wedding certificate and family pics in anyway?

So sorry for the questions, I just want to be clear at once.

Thank you

Yes to all your questions, adding those documents will not harm your application.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by justwise(m): 9:33am On Aug 15
Innopre983:
Good evening house. Please I am asking this question for my younger sister. She wants to travel to UK on visit for 10 days with her daughter. Her husband is going to write a consent letter for her to take the child along. My question is this..... Is it compulsory for the husband to attach his international passport page with the consent letter or the consent letter alone is enough because her husband doesn't have international passport yet. Thank you.

No it’s not.

Who will be sponsoring this trip?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Innopre983: 9:47am On Aug 15
Menakay:

He must attach copy of his identity which could be either passport data page, driver's license or National identity card. Just one among above mentioned three.

Okay. Thank you. Please can you help us with a sample of consent letter? What if the husband has not gotten the National identity card but he has the paper registration.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Innopre983: 9:50am On Aug 15
justwise:


No it’s not.

Who will be sponsoring this trip?

Our brother in the UK or the mother will sponsor the trip. But the father is not the one sponsoring the trip. Did you mean only the consent letter is good without the husband identity? Thanks.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by justwise(m): 10:42am On Aug 15
Innopre983:


Our brother in the UK or the mother will sponsor the trip. But the father is not the one sponsoring the trip. Did you mean only the consent letter is good without the husband identity? Thanks.

Since you will be submitting your marriage certificate and family pictures Internatioal passport is not compulsory, though I suggest your husband add his bank statement where your spending money will come from, e.g.. shopping etc..
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by Innopre983: 12:58pm On Aug 15
justwise:


Since you will be submitting your marriage certificate and family pictures Internatioal passport is not compulsory, though I suggest your husband add his bank statement where your spending money will come from, e.g.. shopping etc..

Thank you sir. The husband is NOT going with them and he is NOT sponsoring the trip in anyway. The wife will be the one to sponsor the trip. The wife earns 250k monthly and her expenses is £900 for the trip. Her monthly expenses as stated in the form is 32000NGN.

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