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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 12:08am On Nov 21, 2018
Lexusgs430:


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 ?

We're looking at different options (1 bedroom, studio flat, and also an HMO), depends on which we're finally able to secure. I'm just getting ready prior in preparation of what our option finally is.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 12:50am On Nov 21, 2018
Veacon:


We're looking at different options (1 bedroom, studio flat, and also an HMO), depends on which we're finally able to secure. I'm just getting ready prior in preparation of what our option finally is.

I would personally recommend a 1 bedroom or studio flat....
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 7:47am On Nov 21, 2018
Lexusgs430:


I would personally recommend a 1 bedroom or studio flat....

OK....na ji
Nagode sosai!
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Mrschubby: 10:26am On Nov 21, 2018
Lexusgs430:


Not at TLS........... After payment online for your application, you would see option to pay for priority (VFS online cart).....
Thank you
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by readynow: 10:38am On Nov 21, 2018
Priorygroup:
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.

Thank you so much.have you done the NI interview and GP registrstion?. Thought the N.I will not be possible without BRP.I called the line and the lady I spoke with said do I have a BRP.told her am yet to collect it was that the case with you?as for the NI did you go online or you called them?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 12:50pm On Nov 21, 2018
Veacon:


OK....na ji
Nagode sosai!

Sa'a
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Priorygroup: 12:24am On Nov 23, 2018
readynow:


Thank you so much.have you done the NI interview and GP registrstion?. Thought the N.I will not be possible without BRP.I called the line and the lady I spoke with said do I have a BRP.told her am yet to collect it was that the case with you?as for the NI did you go online or you called them?
Yes I've done my NI interview and GP registration, i was able to do the NI interview because i printed the email between me and the home office and my hubby also wrote introduction letter,I could not do my provisional licence because of my BRP. I received my BRP today, I was given 2 years instead of two and half years.

How much did they charge you for NHS subcharge?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 3:36pm On Nov 23, 2018
OK gurus, I think I have a massive problem on my hands, I need your help!

We were waiting for Hubby's 6th month payslip to start our application, he got it and we discovered that alongside pension plan, unpaid sick leave was deducted before gross, and this put us under by £40.

Also, the overtime he did that would have made up for it wasn't included

Please is there anyway around this at all rather than starting the count from the very beginning? cry
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Minnienellie24: 4:35pm On Nov 23, 2018
Veacon:
OK gurus, I think I have a massive problem on my hands, I need your help!

We were waiting for Hubby's 6th month payslip to start our application, he got it and we discovered that alongside pension plan, unpaid sick leave was deducted before gross, and this put us under by £40.

Also, the overtime he did that would have made up for it wasn't included

Please is there anyway around this at all rather than starting the count from the very beginning? cry

I would advise you wait another one month if the payslip for the next month can cover up for any discrepancies. (This is on the assumption that the total gross for the 6 months would be added together to make £9,300 or more..)
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by readynow: 1:46am On Nov 24, 2018
Priorygroup:

Yes I've done my NI interview and GP registration, i was able to do the NI interview because i printed the email between me and the home office and my hubby also wrote introduction letter,I could not do my provisional licence because of my BRP. I received my BRP today, I was given 2 years instead of two and half years.

i dont understand why you were given 2 years instead of 33 month,did the letter that accompany the visa state 2years.my visa was 33 month and that should reflect on the brp i believe not 2 years.is any one in this position too or i am i missing something out
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 6:12pm On Nov 24, 2018
Veacon:
OK gurus, I think I have a massive problem on my hands, I need your help!

We were waiting for Hubby's 6th month payslip to start our application, he got it and we discovered that alongside pension plan, unpaid sick leave was deducted before gross, and this put us under by £40.

Also, the overtime he did that would have made up for it wasn't included

Please is there anyway around this at all rather than starting the count from the very beginning? cry

Lexus, Justwise, other gurus, pls help me out here
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by justwise(m): 8:02pm On Nov 24, 2018
Veacon:
OK gurus, I think I have a massive problem on my hands, I need your help!

We were waiting for Hubby's 6th month payslip to start our application, he got it and we discovered that alongside pension plan, unpaid sick leave was deducted before gross, and this put us under by £40.

Also, the overtime he did that would have made up for it wasn't included

Please is there anyway around this at all rather than starting the count from the very beginning? cry

That is usually after gross pay, have your husband gotten a letter from his company for the visa application? Has he worked for a year in that company?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 8:07pm On Nov 24, 2018
justwise:


Both (unpaid sick leave and pension) were deducted before gross pay.

No he's yet to get the letter, it was supposed to be gotten after we got his 6th payslip, then this came up.

No, he's not worked for a year, He joined the company in May this year.

That is usually after gross pay, have your husband gotten a letter from his company for the visa application? Has he worked for a year in that company?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 8:07pm On Nov 24, 2018
justwise:


That is usually after gross pay, have your husband gotten a letter from his company for the visa application? Has he worked for a year in that company?

Both (unpaid sick leave and pension) were deducted before gross pay.

No he's yet to get the letter, it was supposed to be gotten after we got his 6th payslip, then this came up.

No, he's not worked for a year, He joined the company in May this year.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by readynow: 2:10pm On Nov 26, 2018
Priorygroup:

Yes I've done my NI interview and GP registration, i was able to do the NI interview because i printed the email between me and the home office and my hubby also wrote introduction letter,I could not do my provisional licence because of my BRP. I received my BRP today, I was given 2 years instead of two and half years.

How much did they charge you for NHS subcharge?

for the NHS surcharge you pay it when you are applying,i mean during the application process i paid 600 pound
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by justwise(m): 2:12pm On Nov 26, 2018
Veacon:


Both (unpaid sick leave and pension) were deducted before gross pay.

No he's yet to get the letter, it was supposed to be gotten after we got his 6th payslip, then this came up.

No, he's not worked for a year, He joined the company in May this year.

Please don't be in a rush to apply to avoid refusal, wait until the requirement is met
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 3:04pm On Nov 26, 2018
justwise:


Please don't be in a rush to apply to avoid refusal, wait until the requirement is met

Hi Justwise,

Thank you for your response.

He's been with the same company for 6 months (May) and counting (still with d company), and has earned more than the required £18600 annual rate, so I'm a bit confused on what you mean by "wait till we meet the requirement". Please help me elaborate further.

Thank you
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by justwise(m): 4:59pm On Nov 26, 2018
Veacon:


Hi Justwise,

Thank you for your response.

He's been with the same company for 6 months (May) and counting (still with d company), and has earned more than the required £18600 annual rate, so I'm a bit confused on what you mean by "wait till we meet the requirement". Please help me elaborate further.

Thank you

Ok if he has earned that much then he can apply and meet the financial requirement either through salary or through savings or both. If he has £16000 in his account now then he is good to go. A letter from his company will state his annual salary too.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Flowercrescent: 6:09pm On Nov 26, 2018
Good day please help, made a mistake on the online application where they stated if it was my first passport I clicked yes and it's not my first passport just noticed that now, what should I do cause I have done my biometrics and submitted my supporting documents? What should I do
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 8:04pm On Nov 26, 2018
justwise:


Ok if he has earned that much then he can apply and meet the financial requirement either through salary or through savings or both. If he has £16000 in his account now then he is good to go. A letter from his company will state his annual salary too.

Thank you.

I think I need to clarify more. He earns £20000 annually which brings his salary to £1660 + monthly (plus comes from overtime) He started working with his present company in May and we were working towards applying this December, but his November salary fell short (£1510) because sick pay was deducted and his overtime pay (£250) wasn't added either.

My question is, following the error on the payslip (omitted overtime pay), which should increase his November earning to £1760, is there a solution to this?

1. Getting the company to reissue a new payslip with the correction.

OR

2. we apply in January,

then get the company to indicate on the letter they will give him, his earnings, and that there was an error in the November payslip, and also write a signed and stamped note on the payslip indicating the error and what the correct amount is supposed to be and how the correction has been reflected in his December Salary payslip.

What do you think?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by obabola123: 3:11pm On Nov 27, 2018
Please, can someone link me to leave to remain group. i need information about to renew my resident please, thanks.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by justwise(m): 3:59pm On Nov 27, 2018
Veacon:


Thank you.

I think I need to clarify more. He earns £20000 annually which brings his salary to £1660 + monthly (plus comes from overtime) He started working with his present company in May and we were working towards applying this December, but his November salary fell short (£1510) because sick pay was deducted and his overtime pay (£250) wasn't added either.

My question is, following the error on the payslip (omitted overtime pay), which should increase his November earning to £1760, is there a solution to this?

1. Getting the company to reissue a new payslip with the correction.

OR

2. we apply in January,

then get the company to indicate on the letter they will give him, his earnings, and that there was an error in the November payslip, and also write a signed and stamped note on the payslip indicating the error and what the correct amount is supposed to be and how the correction has been reflected in his December Salary payslip.

What do you think?
Try that first if it doesn't work then go for the second option
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 4:54pm On Nov 27, 2018
justwise:
Try that first if it doesn't work then go for the second option

Thank you
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Bourne007(m): 10:11am On Nov 28, 2018
For your information...

Increase in IHS fee has been approved and will be implemented anytime soon.

IHS fees have now doubled. Spousal applicants pay £200 but will now be £400 only grin

https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukdsi/2018/9780111172995/article/3
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Beautifulasha: 1:22pm On Nov 30, 2018
Please how do I pay for priority fee for spouse visa online
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Beautifulasha: 1:32pm On Nov 30, 2018
I want to reapply for settlement visa on the third week of December but ielts lifeskill A1 test will expire on 11 January 2019
Which is few weeks from the day I want choose an appointment date... I don't know if it will affect my visa ... Please help a sister
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 8:49am On Dec 01, 2018
Great people. I finally received the super email to pay for IHS fee and resubmit my passport. Paid yesterday. Do i JUST take my PASSPORT to VI. I dont want tp get there and they are telling i dont have an appointment.

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 12:48pm On Dec 01, 2018
Sholeola23:
Great people. I finally received the super email to pay for IHS fee and resubmit my passport. Paid yesterday. Do i JUST take my PASSPORT to VI. I dont want tp get there and they are telling i dont have an appointment.

We told you patience is a virtue....... What happened to you during the wait? Nothing..........

They already told you, pay IHS fee and resubmit passport...... What more do you want? TLS to send you uber?

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 12:51pm On Dec 01, 2018
Beautifulasha:
Please how do I pay for priority fee for spouse visa online

Once you make payment, you would see option to upgrade......
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 12:52pm On Dec 01, 2018
Beautifulasha:
I want to reapply for settlement visa on the third week of December but ielts lifeskill A1 test will expire on 11 January 2019
Which is few weeks from the day I want choose an appointment date... I don't know if it will affect my visa ... Please help a sister

When you say reapply. What happened to your previous application?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Beautifulasha: 4:56pm On Dec 01, 2018
[quote author=Lexusgs430 post=73459973]

When you say reapply. What happened to your previous application?

It was refused. Reason..... my husband didn't submit required self employed documents
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 5:15pm On Dec 01, 2018
[quote author=Beautifulasha post=73465571][/quote]

Ok. So it's presumed you are now fully aware of all documentations required and are all in date?

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