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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 3:03pm On Nov 15, 2018
Dydaa:
dats not possible. its stated 10 days for priority and 15days for standard!

But you get my drift though ?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by deji2009(m): 7:43am On Nov 16, 2018
Dydaa:
30 days spot on. Hmnn i pray for mine o. Day 24!


Priority for wife and daughter

Application transferred to UKVI 28/08/2018

Escalated to my local MP to chase and take 15/10/18
off the time and cost consuming phone calls. MP
reassured us that we are okay and no issues.

Visas granted for wife and daughter 15/11/18


Advices for others; be honest and read thier guidelines.

Put time into the process and communicate with your
partner. Flight to depart for my wife and daughter 26 Nov

Thanks to everyone for taking the time out to answer our questions!

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 8:34am On Nov 16, 2018
deji2009:



Priority for wife and daughter

Application transferred to UKVI 28/08/2018

Escalated to my local MP to chase and take 15/10/18
off the time and cost consuming phone calls. MP
reassured us that we are okay and no issues.

Visas granted for wife and daughter 15/11/18


Advices for others; be honest and read thier guidelines.

Put time into the process and communicate with your
partner. Flight to depart for my wife and daughter 26 Nov

Thanks to everyone for taking the time out to answer our questions!





Congratulations........ Now you can nurse in peace........
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Minnienellie24: 11:19am On Nov 16, 2018
Finally typing YES after a very long and eventful spousal visa journey 128WD. All thanks to God Almighty.
Our (Brother in law) timeline is as follows:
Online application - 10/05/2018
Biometric - 18/05/2018
Documents sent - 31/05/2018
Escalated - 22/08/2018, 03/09/2018, 17/09/2018, 06/11/2018
MP got involved - 28/08/2018
More doc requested (Degree certificate) - 25/10/2018
MP got involved again - 12/11/2018
Doc returned - 13/11/2018
TLS decision made and collection mail - 15/11/2018
Passport collected with visa - 16/11/2018
Visa valid from 18/11/2018 to 18/12/2018

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 12:07pm On Nov 16, 2018
Minnienellie24:
Finally typing YES after a very long and eventful spousal visa journey 128WD. All thanks to God Almighty.
Our (Brother in law) timeline is as follows:
Online application - 10/05/2018
Biometric - 18/05/2018
Documents sent - 31/05/2018
Escalated - 22/08/2018, 03/09/2018, 17/09/2018, 06/11/2018
MP got involved - 28/08/2018
More doc requested (Degree certificate) - 25/10/2018
MP got involved again - 12/11/2018
Doc returned - 13/11/2018
TLS decision made and collection mail - 15/11/2018
Passport collected with visa - 16/11/2018
Visa valid from 18/11/2018 to 18/12/2018


Congratulations...... Hopefully BIL would soon start sending loads of £££££ home .......

NB : And because you questioned my tithe percentage in the past, 235% tithe payment is expected from you .......
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by deji2009(m): 10:48pm On Nov 16, 2018
Lexusgs430:


Congratulations........ Now you can nurse in peace........

Rightly so, thank you!
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 5:59pm On Nov 17, 2018
Hello House,

Please can anyone who RECENTLY applied for settlement visa and have done biometrics (especially in ABUJA) kindly confirm the documents submitted here in Nigeria.

I'm asking because I'm getting conflicting info
Info 1 - Only Intl. Passport

Info 2 - Intl. Passport, Printed & Signed application form and passport photo

Info 3 - Intl. Passport, Printed & signed Application form, TB Certificate, and Passport photo.

Please someone help me out.

Thanks
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by taurus2604(f): 3:20pm On Nov 18, 2018
Every documents will be sent to Sheffield. The only things needed at the application centre are
1. Applicants passport
2. Signed application form
3. Payment confirmation print out (just in case)
4. Priority payment confirmation print out( just in case)
5. Appointment confirmation print out
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 3:22pm On Nov 18, 2018
taurus2604:
Every documents will be sent to Sheffield. The only things needed at the application centre are
1. Applicants passport
2. Signed application form
3. Payment confirmation print out (just in case)
4. Priority payment confirmation print out( just in case)
5. Appointment confirmation print out

Thank you
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by deji2009(m): 8:31pm On Nov 18, 2018
Lexusgs430:


Congratulations........ Now you can nurse in peace........

I am getting ready to apply for British Citizen for my daughter when she arrives in 2 weeks time
and wondered if anyone can break this down for me. I was born in Nigeria and gained British
through naturalisation years back. My parents were born in Nigeria and British if that helps to
answer my question. Thanks


"Your parent is British by descent and lived in the UK or a British Overseas territory for at least 3 years before you were born

"Your parent is British by descent and you and your parents (unless they are legally separated) are now living in the UK or a British Overseas territory
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 8:44pm On Nov 18, 2018
deji2009:


I am getting ready to apply for British Citizen for my daughter when she arrives in 2 weeks time
and wondered if anyone can break this down for me. I was born in Nigeria and gained British
through naturalisation years back. My parents were born in Nigeria and British if that helps to
answer my question. Thanks


"Your parent is British by descent and lived in the UK or a British Overseas territory for at least 3 years before you were born

"Your parent is British by descent and you and your parents (unless they are legally separated) are now living in the UK or a British Overseas territory


Oga Nurse take it easy, your blood don dey hot.... I prescribe Zopiclone (25mg) & Amlodipine (25mg) for you... Don't quote BNF to me, just do as you are told ....
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by deji2009(m): 10:50pm On Nov 18, 2018
Lexusgs430:



Oga Nurse take it easy, your blood don dey hot.... I prescribe Zopiclone (25mg) & Amlodipine (25mg) for you... Don't quote BNF to me, just do as you are told ....

Which option do I choose?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 11:00pm On Nov 18, 2018
deji2009:


Which option do I choose?

Option 3 ---- To lower blood pressure and have a well deserved rest .....
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by newbie715: 11:18pm On Nov 18, 2018
deji2009:


I am getting ready to apply for British Citizen for my daughter when she arrives in 2 weeks time
and wondered if anyone can break this down for me. I was born in Nigeria and gained British
through naturalisation years back. My parents were born in Nigeria and British if that helps to
answer my question. Thanks


"Your parent is British by descent and lived in the UK or a British Overseas territory for at least 3 years before you were born

"Your parent is British by descent and you and your parents (unless they are legally separated) are now living in the UK or a British Overseas territory

I am a bit confused:

'Your parent' as you wrote here, is that in reference to you deji2009 as the father of your daughter or is that your own parents as the grandparents of your daughter.

If it refers to you then none of them is correct for you because if you got your British citizenship by naturalisation then you are British otherwise than by descent so you can't pick any of those options.

Just out of curiosity, you said you are applying for British citizenship for your daughter but since you are British by naturalisation, why not apply for her British passport straight away.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by deji2009(m): 7:57am On Nov 19, 2018
newbie715:


I am a bit confused:

'Your parent' as you wrote here, is that in reference to you deji2009 as the father of your daughter or is that your own parents as the grandparents of your daughter.

If it refers to you then none of them is correct for you because if you got your British citizenship by naturalisation then you are British otherwise than by descent so you can't pick any of those options.

Just out of curiosity, you said you are applying for British citizenship for your daughter but since you are British by naturalisation, why not apply for her British passport straight away.


Do you know what I meant to do was to apply for her British passport online, I just confused myself. You're right!

Thank you for using the HM Passport Office online application service. You have successfully created an
account for your passport application. I will complete it when she arrives

Thanks alots for answering my questions. Take care guys and good luck to those waiting for the visa cheesy cheesy cheesy
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 9:07am On Nov 19, 2018
Morning great people. Please have come again oo. All this waiting is killing me. Waiting at all stages. Waited a years for appeal. Which i won, judge took time to write appeal determination. HO didnt appeal. Am now waiting for them to send me an email to resubmit my passport. This waiting don dey kill me. Does anyone have an idea on how to hurry them up. Please. Thanks
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by swtjane: 5:37pm On Nov 19, 2018
Thank you Jesus, It's my turn to say it's a Yes. GOD has really been faithful, I want you all to remember nothing is impossible for God, just hold on to God and he will make everything beautiful in his own time. I also want to say a big thank you to you all who also help me by answering my questions when I asked a few times. My timeline from lagos Nigeria.
Application priority
Bio 8th October.
ECO assigned email 26 October
TLS email for passport collection Nov16th
Collect today with visa Nov 19.
No calls, exactly 30 working days. Thank you everyone..

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 8:23pm On Nov 19, 2018
swtjane:
Thank you Jesus, It's my turn to say it's a Yes. GOD has really been faithful, I want you all to remember nothing is impossible for God, just hold on to God and he will make everything beautiful in his own time. I also want to say a big thank you to you all who also help me by answering my questions when I asked a few times. My timeline from lagos Nigeria.
Application priority
Bio 8th October.
ECO assigned email 26 October
TLS email for passport collection Nov16th
Collect today with visa Nov 19.
No calls, exactly 30 working days. Thank you everyone..



Congratulations
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 5:56am On Nov 20, 2018
swtjane:
Thank you Jesus, It's my turn to say it's a Yes. GOD has really been faithful, I want you all to remember nothing is impossible for God, just hold on to God and he will make everything beautiful in his own time. I also want to say a big thank you to you all who also help me by answering my questions when I asked a few times. My timeline from lagos Nigeria.
Application priority
Bio 8th October.
ECO assigned email 26 October
TLS email for passport collection Nov16th
Collect today with visa Nov 19.
No calls, exactly 30 working days. Thank you everyone..


Congratulations........ Can't God see the problems in Nigeria since 1960 ? Which has progressively got worse, we are now in 2018 and the problems are now multiple folds..... Is God watching us suffer on purpose?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by readynow: 10:11am On Nov 20, 2018
Priorygroup:

Hi
We are in the same boat. I and my son arrived 0n the 20th of Oct 2018, went to the post office, my BRP was not ready but Sons own was ready. After going to the post office for two weeks, I contact the Home Office, I was told the post office has processed my BRP to be returned back to home office that I will not be able to collect it since it has been processed to be returned, that I should provide my name,passport number, nationality and my home address which I did 25th of Oct. Still waiting....

hello Priorygroup have you been able to get your brp now and mine has not arrived yet please what number did you call or did you use this site gov.uk/brp. today is the 10th day and the brp has not arrive and on the site i was given the option of either to collect it at home or for delivery at the post office.the post office is very close to the house just like 3 mins walking distance.which option did you choose just want the one that will be faster cos i need to settle this fast have some pending this back in nigeria
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 11:00am On Nov 20, 2018
Morning great people. Please have come again oo. All this waiting is killing me. Waiting at all stages. Waited a years for appeal. Which i won, judge took time to write appeal determination. HO didnt appeal. Am now waiting for them to send me an email to resubmit my passport. This waiting don dey kill me. Does anyone have an idea on how to hurry them up. Please. Thanks
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by derbylicious: 11:38am On Nov 20, 2018
Lexusgs430:



Photocopies not required....... You submit your PP in Nigeria, while sponsor sends supporting documents to Sheffield.........

I had my biometrics appointment(for EEA family permit) yesterday, all the documents were appropriately classified and scanned.

Hence, the impatient wait begins cry cry cry
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by readynow: 12:04pm On Nov 20, 2018
swtjane:
Thank you Jesus, It's my turn to say it's a Yes. GOD has really been faithful, I want you all to remember nothing is impossible for God, just hold on to God and he will make everything beautiful in his own time. I also want to say a big thank you to you all who also help me by answering my questions when I asked a few times. My timeline from lagos Nigeria.
Application priority
Bio 8th October.
ECO assigned email 26 October
TLS email for passport collection Nov16th
Collect today with visa Nov 19.
No calls, exactly 30 working days. Thank you everyone..

congratulations
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Minnienellie24: 12:42pm On Nov 20, 2018
Sholeola23:
Morning great people. Please have come again oo. All this waiting is killing me. Waiting at all stages. Waited a years for appeal. Which i won, judge took time to write appeal determination. HO didnt appeal. Am now waiting for them to send me an email to resubmit my passport. This waiting don dey kill me. Does anyone have an idea on how to hurry them up. Please. Thanks

Hi @sholeola23 unfortunately i dont have an answer to your question but i Just hope my response would show that someone cares.. Exercise more patience please. You are almost there.. the bulk of it has been done. Have you tried calling or mailing them through the link provided for tracking applications? https://www.gov.uk/contact-ukvi-inside-outside-uk
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 8:01pm On Nov 20, 2018
Lexusgs430:


If it is an HMO, provided you can produce tenancy agreement + Landlords authority letter......... And of course, property inspection report.........

Lexus pls, should the property inspection report be done before we rent the apartment or after? I think before but need to be certain I'm Right.

Thanks
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Mrschubby: 10:04pm On Nov 20, 2018
Lexusgs430:


But you get my drift though ?

Hi everyone, I’ll be applying this week but my husband lost his payslip for September. He had to print the one online which is different from the others. His employer didn’t sign it neither does it have a stamp, but he mentioned it in the employer’s letter that all payslips are genuine. Will this be a problem or has anyone been in a situation like this and still got their visa? Please help.

Also, please how will I pay for priority? When I go for bio at TLS?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 10:49pm On Nov 20, 2018
derbylicious:


I had my biometrics appointment(for EEA family permit) yesterday, all the documents were appropriately classified and scanned.

Hence, the impatient wait begins cry cry cry

Patience is a virtue .......... No point raising your Blood pressure + heart's rhythm and electrical activity.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 10:52pm On Nov 20, 2018
Veacon:


Lexus pls, should the property inspection report be done before we rent the apartment or after? I think before but need to be certain I'm Right.

Thanks

Would be very difficult to plan the logistics of an inspection, with the landlord or estate agents. It's best to organize inspection, when the tenant has signed for the property and is resident.........

Is the property an HMO ?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 10:55pm On Nov 20, 2018
Mrschubby:


Hi everyone, I’ll be applying this week but my husband lost his payslip for September. He had to print the one online which is different from the others. His employer didn’t sign it neither does it have a stamp, but he mentioned it in the employer’s letter that all payslips are genuine. Will this be a problem or has anyone been in a situation like this and still got their visa? Please help.

Also, please how will I pay for priority? When I go for bio at TLS?

What I would advise you is, Submit the originals you have + extra printed online copies.

In essence, assuming you are submitting January - June...... Submit double copies of all, that counters the lost one and also include an explanation...............
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Priorygroup: 10:56pm On Nov 20, 2018
readynow:


hello Priorygroup have you been able to get your brp now and mine has not arrived yet please what number did you call or did you use this site gov.uk/brp. today is the 10th day and the brp has not arrive and on the site i was given the option of either to collect it at home or for delivery at the post office.the post office is very close to the house just like 3 mins walking distance.which option did you choose just want the one that will be faster cos i need to settle this fast have some pending this back in nigeria
Yeah I used the gov.uk/ BRP. I told them to deliver it to my home address, I got an email from BRP Department on the 15th of Nov saying my BRP will be delivered 3-5 working days. Hopefully I will get it before Friday by Gods grace. My hubby was able to my Sons own from the post office. But you can still go ahead with other stuffs like NI interview, GP registration etc.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Mrschubby: 11:05pm On Nov 20, 2018
Lexusgs430:


What I would advise you is, Submit the originals you have + extra printed online copies.

In essence, assuming you are submitting January - June...... Submit double copies of all, that counters the lost one and also include an explanation...............
Thank you. Pls the second one, how will I pay for priority? At tls when I go for biometrics?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 11:10pm On Nov 20, 2018
Mrschubby:

Thank you. Pls the second one, how will I pay for priority? At tls when I go for biometrics?

Not at TLS........... After payment online for your application, you would see option to pay for priority (VFS online cart).....

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