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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 4:37pm On Jan 07
This waiting killing. Have resumitted my passport after decision overturned email since 3rd december. What can i do speed it. My Son's first birthday is 25th of this month. I miss a lot. Miss his first birth. First Christmas
I dont want to miss his FIRSTBIRTHDAY. This i just inhumane. Won appeal since August last year and they are just playing delay tactics.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 6:28am On Jan 08
Sholeola23:
This waiting killing. Have resumitted my passport after decision overturned email since 3rd december. What can i do speed it. My Son's first birthday is 25th of this month. I miss a lot. Miss his first birth. First Christmas
I dont want to miss his FIRSTBIRTHDAY. This i just inhumane. Won appeal since August last year and they are just playing delay tactics.

Only 3rd of December? If I renember rightly, I said allow about 3 months from resubmission.........


3rd December 2018
3rd January 2019
3rd March 2019......... 3 months.......

Return after 3rd March, 2019........

It's sad that you missed all this celebrations, the birth you cannot recreate, but birthdays you can.......

Make sure you are in the theatre when issa 2nd goal happens.........
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Naiobi: 3:30pm On Jan 08
Hello all,

Does anyone know the fee for priority tier 2 dependent visa? I have searched on the website but all i get is the one which says is only available if you're applying from the UK; and then I think I also saw something about it no longer being available (if you're applying from outside the UK).

Thanks.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Naiobi: 4:11pm On Jan 08
Also, I just came across a thread where someone mentioned cash/money lodgment as rounds for refusal.

Thing is, after my Visa was refused, we resorted to using a bank statement to support my next application. Now, because my husband won't be applying with us, we decided to use my own account which has my name in full as on my passport (my main account which is more active has just my first and last name). However, the account didn't always have funds in it, just a few thousands here and there. We have now paid in the required maintenance cost for my child and I, and waiting for the total of 90 days to be up before we reapply.

I just need to know now, will this be an issue (the cash lodgment that is) so we don't go wasting money and time again.

Kindly advice.
Many thanks.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by nioyo121: 5:02pm On Jan 08
Hello "ManLikeTee" I just came across this post and I would really like to connect with you offline. I am currently filling out the same form and I can use some of your advice and guidance seeing as you have done yours. I have been searching for anyone who has filled/is filling the form and believe me when Ii say you are the first person I have found. Can you kindly respond to this message so I know you have seen this. Thanking you in advance.

ManlikeTee:
Senior Men and Boss Ladies in the house, I greet all of una. Please I will submit my online application on Friday 2nd November and I want you guys to kindly go through my checklist if I don miss something. Just trying to do my assignment right.

Please note that my application is a bit different because I am applying from Germany. I live here on a student visa. So there are some things on the list that applicants from Nigeria dont need and things I dont need as well bcoz I am applying from Germany like the Tuberculosis test.

I got a UK marriage Visitor Visa and did my wedding in the UK. I am a regular customer to UKVI grin and I have six visit visas (all 6 months) of which the last is still valid. Been to the UK 7 times already this year and I have never spent more than 10 days on each trip. I just hope my good record with them helps in a positive way towards my spouse visa applcation.

For the financial requirement, I dey use Category B option. That's why I have 12 months payslip and bank statements on my checklist.

S/N DOCUMENTS

• Contents page

Important Documents
1. Priority Service confirmation email
2. Signed online application form
3. Appendix 2 form
4. 2 UK Size passport photographs (Names written on back)
5. Visa Application Payment Confirmation
6. IHS payment confirmation email
7. Biometrics confirmation
8. UK NARIC certificate
9. Courier Return shipping label

Applicant’s Documents
1. Photocopy of Applicant’s Passport Data Page
2. Photocopy of Applicant’s all UK Visas and Entry stamps
3. Applicant’s Resident Permit
4. Applicant’s Birth certificate
5. Applicant’s Introduction Letter
6. Letter from University
7. Proof of Enrolment
8. NYSC Certificate

Financial Documents
1. Sponsor’s Employment Contract
2. Sponsor’s Employment Letter (On company’s letterhead)
3. 12 x Sponsor’s Monthly Pay slips (Nov.2017 – Oct.2018)
4. 12 x Stamped Sponsor’s Monthly Bank Statement (Nov.2017 – Oct.2018)
5. Sponsor’s letter of explanation (About pay slips and bank statement)
6. Sponsor’s note on how we meet the financial requirement
7. Bank Balance Certificate

Accommodation Documents
1. Tenancy Agreement
2. Letter from Landlord / Agent
3. Pro-forma invoice for tenancy and receipts of payment
4. Pictures of the apartment
5. Sponsor’s mini-statement about the apartment
6. Receipts of furniture bought for the apartment

Sponsor’s documents
1. Sponsor’s Passport Data Page (Certified)
2. Sponsor’s Letter of Support
3. Sponsor’s Birth Certificate
4. Copy of Sponsor’s Employment Identity Card (Certified)

Relationship Documents
1. Marriage Certificate (UK)
2. 5 x Money transfer receipts (Bank, Paypal)
3. 2 x Picture of parcel sent to London
4. Flight tickets and boarding passes
5. Receipt of registry hall booking
6. 5 x wedding card and congratulations cards
7. Screenshots of WhatsApp call log (March 2018 – Oct 2018)
8. Screenshots of WhatsApp Chats (Nov 2017 – Oct 2018)
9. Screenshots of Video calls
10. Screenshots of WhatsApp call durations
11. Screenshots of Instagram posts and comments
12. Wedding Pictures – 10 pages (40 pictures)
13. Nikkai Pictures – 8 pages (33 Pictures)
14. Our pictures together – 25 pages (110 pictures)
15. Sponsor’s letter about relationship

Additional Documents
1. Sponsor Undertaking Form (SU07/12)
2. Sponsor’s Saving Account Bank statement



Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by nioyo121: 5:07pm On Jan 08
Hello just came across this post and I would really like to connect with you offline. I am currently filling out the same form "UK MARRIAGE VISITOR VISA" and I can use some of your advice and guidance seeing as you have done yours. I have been searching for anyone who has filled/is filling the form and believe me when I say you are the first person I have found. Can you kindly respond to this message so I know you have seen this. Thanking you in advance.


oxygyne:


I think you have covered the basics with the documents mentioned above. But to clarify, the apartment is a 1-bed or 2-bed with other functional spaces. right?

All the best!
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by nomad26: 7:11pm On Jan 08
According to the TLS website, it is £212. Check this link to confirm that it is what you're looking for.
https://uk.tlscontact.com/ng/los/page.php?pid=added_value_services

Naiobi:
Hello all,

Does anyone know the fee for priority tier 2 dependent visa? I have searched on the website but all i get is the one which says is only available if you're applying from the UK; and then I think I also saw something about it no longer being available (if you're applying from outside the UK).

Thanks.

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Naiobi: 9:08pm On Jan 08
Ah, yes. It is. Thank you @nomad26
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Pakinsluv: 1:49pm On Jan 10
Good day all.

I just got refused because I didn't send the NARIC ENGLISH LANGUAGE LETTER.

Do I have hope of appealing or should I just reapply again?
Also how do I go about the appeal if I have the chance?

Please I need an urgent advise please.

Thanks
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 3:40pm On Jan 10
Dremzz:
You did the elctronjc signing with Adobe Acrobat and got the Visa?
I have it on my system and can do that as well instead of scanning.

Hi Dremzz,
Enjoying your stay I believe. Please I need to confirm from you if you finally scanned the application form or couriered it?
Thanks
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 5:51pm On Jan 10
Lexusgs430:


Only 3rd of December? If I renember rightly, I said allow about 3 months from resubmission.........


3rd December 2018
3rd January 2019
3rd March 2019......... 3 months.......

Return after 3rd March, 2019........

It's sad that you missed all this celebrations, the birth you cannot recreate, but birthdays you can.......

Make sure you are in the theatre when issa 2nd goal happens.........


I received an email today telling me they have not seen my Ihs fee. Which i have paid 30th November last year.

Wat do i do next
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 7:20pm On Jan 10
Lexusgs430:


Only 3rd of December? If I renember rightly, I said allow about 3 months from resubmission.........


3rd December 2018
3rd January 2019
3rd March 2019......... 3 months.......

Return after 3rd March, 2019........

It's sad that you missed all this celebrations, the birth you cannot recreate, but birthdays you can.......

Make sure you are in the theatre when issa 2nd goal happens.........


I received an email today telling me they have not seen my Ihs fee. Which i have paid 30th November last year.

The decision to refuse your visa application has been overturned and our office will now proceed to the next stage of your application. Whilst I note the submission of your passport, you are yet to complete the IHS payment which is preventing your application being issued. To complete this process we require you to undertake the following steps: "

Wat do i do next
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 7:40pm On Jan 10
Sholeola23:



I received an email today telling me they have not seen my Ihs fee. Which i have paid 30th November last year.

Wat do i do next

Send them the payment reference.........

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Sholeola23: 10:45pm On Jan 10
Lexusgs430:


Send them the payment reference.........


I have already. Waiting for them to reply
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 11:04pm On Jan 10
[quote author=Sholeola23 post=74644545]


I have already. Waiting for them to reply[/quote


Soon and very soon.........
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Fifi123: 7:18pm On Jan 11
Good evening all...

I am now filling up the online form for FLR m.

Do I have to include my husband's children information ?

They are 3, but only one is under 18 , the rest are over 18 (20 and 23 years old)

And do I need their passports number and their and their parents birth certificates?

Thank you in advance..
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kenttoday: 7:32pm On Jan 11
Good evening
Please I need some advise.
We are preparing to submit the spouse visa my husband and we wanted to use priority. Can we still use priority if he has been refused usa visa previously?

Also, my bank statements and payslips has my current address (living with parents) but will be moving to a studio or 1 bedroom flat. Does it matter if an old address is on it please?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 12:07am On Jan 12
Fifi123:
Good evening all...

I am now filling up the online form for FLR m.

Do I have to include my husband's children information ?

They are 3, but only one is under 18 , the rest are over 18 (20 and 23 years old)

And do I need their passports number and their and their parents birth certificates?

Thank you in advance..

What application?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 12:12am On Jan 12
Kenttoday:
Good evening
Please I need some advise.
We are preparing to submit the spouse visa my husband and we wanted to use priority. Can we still use priority if he has been refused usa visa previously?

Also, my bank statements and payslips has my current address (living with parents) but will be moving to a studio or 1 bedroom flat. Does it matter if an old address is on it please?

We have known past applicants submit via priority, despite been refused by the UK and USA previously...... If you want to confirm, read through thread.......


Are you saying by the time you submit your application (having your old address), you intend to move to a new address afterwards?.....

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kenttoday: 1:43am On Jan 12
Thanks for the quick reply, I am so grateful.

I am planning to move before applying to meet the accommodation requirements, so possibly a week or so before putting in the application.

Lexusgs430:


We have known past applicants submit via priority, despite been refused by the UK and USA previously...... If you want to confirm, read through thread.......


Are you saying by the time you submit your application (having your old address), you intend to move to a new address afterwards?.....
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 2:16am On Jan 12
Kenttoday:
Thanks for the quick reply, I am so grateful.

I am planning to move before applying to meet the accommodation requirements, so possibly a week or so before putting in the application.


I don't think a minimum accommodation length is required, it pertains to length of employment........

So in essence, your accommodation requirements would be meet with your new address, but all other submitted documentations, has your parents address listed........

Just ensure you submit a tenancy agreement, letter from landlord etc............

I believe you are good to go, regarding this issues raised..... Ensure you tick all other boxes on all other aspects.........
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kenttoday: 2:34am On Jan 12
Thanks so much for the quick response.

Do I also need the property inspection form

Lexusgs430:


I don't think a minimum accommodation length is required, it partains to length of employment........

So in essence, your accommodation requirements would be meet with your new address, but all other submitted documentations, has your parents address listed........

Just ensure you submit a tenancy agreement, letter from landlord etc............

I believe you are good to go, regarding this issues raised..... Ensure you tick all other boxes on all other aspects.........
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 2:36am On Jan 12
Kenttoday:
Thanks so much for the quick response.

Do I also need the property inspection form


How many occupants?...
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kenttoday: 2:50am On Jan 12
Myself and hubby in either a studio or 1 bedroom flat

Lexusgs430:


How many occupants?...
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 3:08am On Jan 12
Kenttoday:
Myself and hubby in either a studio or 1 bedroom flat


Property inspection report, not required........

NB : But, can I be a fly on the wall, when hubby arrives?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Fifi123: 7:35am On Jan 12
Lexusgs430:


What application?

FLR (m)
Spouse visa extension
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kenttoday: 8:34am On Jan 12
grin shockedgrin
Lexusgs430:


Property inspection report, not required........

NB : But, can I be a fly on the wall, when hubby arrives?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by justwise(m): 8:42am On Jan 12
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Pakinsluv: 1:36pm On Jan 12
Good day all.

Please I need guidance on filling this appeal form.
It's always saying that there is a wrong information, but not pointing it out. I have checked everything, there is no error.
Please I really need help.
Who has filled this online appeal form? Please help oo
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Naiobi: 11:58pm On Jan 12
Hi all,

Can anyone help with this please?- is it necessary to include a letter from the landlord along with the tenancy agreement for a tier 2 dependent visa application?

Because I would think that the tenancy agreement would be sufficient. But if not, can anyone give pointers as to what the content of this landlord letter is.

Thank you in advance.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kolping: 3:56am On Jan 13
The UK Immigration Health Surcharge, which had been expected to double in December 2018, increased on 8 January 2019 the Home Office has confirmed. The immigration health surcharge increased from £200 to £400 per year for many UK visa categories including the Tier 2 visa, Tier 1 entrepreneur visa, Sole Representative visa and Tier 1 Investor visa categories. The UK visa fee for
international students applying for the Tier 4 visa, those applying for the Tier 5 Youth Mobility Visa Scheme and for other Tier 5 visa applications rose from £150 to £300 per year.

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