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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Veacon: 3:35pm On Apr 03
Lexusgs430:



You too see am so...... When tension dey hold pesin, questions go dey comot in different forms........... grin

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Pakinsluv: 6:15pm On Apr 03
Lol
Lexusgs430:


Let me tell you what usually happens.......... People discover nairaland for specific reasons, once that purpose is achieved, they forget their password, until another purpose is required.................
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by evenda: 3:08pm On Apr 04
hi, has your sponsor received the supporting documents? how long did it take from passport collection?

wandering how long it will take for mine to be returned as i can't track my return envelope yet?

thanks

OGBORRR:
Good Afternoon House, Here's my story for Entry Clearance application for a spousal visa (PRIORITY SERVICE)
Submission & Biometrics: 7, February 2019
Documents Shipped to UKVI; 11, February 2019
Response of Receipt of Documents; 18, February 2019
Passport Collection with Approved Vignette; 27, March 2019


Was Quicker than i expected


Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by evenda: 6:28pm On Apr 04
someone please help me understand...

so i booked a flight to manchester from lag via Airitaly to milan and milan to Manchester via Flybe done under one booking

Called flybe to be sure that hubby won't be needing to self transfer himself / luggage between both flights.
been told he will have to pick up his luggage at milan then checkin again at milan to manchester.

my question is: does he need a transit visa for milan? or not
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 7:32pm On Apr 04
evenda:
someone please help me understand...

so i booked a flight to manchester from lag via Airitaly to milan and milan to Manchester via Flybe done under one booking

Called flybe to be sure that hubby won't be needing to self transfer himself / luggage between both flights.
been told he will have to pick up his luggage at milan then checkin again at milan to manchester.

my question is: does he need a transit visa for milan? or not


No transit visa required....... Not unless he wants to visit viale Fauche or Papiniano, to buy proper Italian male shoes and belts........ angry grin
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 7:38pm On Apr 04
evenda:
someone please help me understand...

so i booked a flight to manchester from lag via Airitaly to milan and milan to Manchester via Flybe done under one booking

Called flybe to be sure that hubby won't be needing to self transfer himself / luggage between both flights.
been told he will have to pick up his luggage at milan then checkin again at milan to manchester.

my question is: does he need a transit visa for milan? or not


Hopefully, flights delays or cancellations would not be experienced in Milan or else he would have the airport facilities for company.......

What you need to be sure of is, his landing airport and connecting airport are the same..............

If it's a different airport, a transit visa would be required......
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by evenda: 8:22pm On Apr 04
yes its the same airport.

i asked because i called the airlines and both really don't know much but definitely said he needs to pick up his checked in bags and check in again at milan for the next flight

i just didn't think at all he would need a transit visa or even need to pick his checked bags


Lexusgs430:


Hopefully, flights delays or cancellations would not be experienced in Milan or else he would have the airport facilities for company.......

What you need to be sure of is, his landing airport and connecting airport are the same..............

If it's a different airport, a transit visa would be required......



Lexusgs430:


Hopefully, flights delays or cancellations would not be experienced in Milan or else he would have the airport facilities for company.......

What you need to be sure of is, his landing airport and connecting airport are the same..............

If it's a different airport, a transit visa would be required......
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 8:26pm On Apr 04
evenda:
yes its the same airport.

i asked because i called the airlines and both really don't know much but definitely said he needs to pick up his checked in bags and check in again at milan for the next flight

i just didn't think at all he would need a transit visa or even need to pick his checked bags







If it's the same airport and no exit is required, transit visa is not required........
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by evenda: 9:01pm On Apr 04
thank you


Lexusgs430:



If it's the same airport and no exit is required, transit visa is not required........
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Zeana112: 9:31am On Apr 05
Hello house,
I would like to share my story, perhaps your contributions will go a long way in helping my application.
2012 April; Married a British citizen.
2012 July; Changes was made to Uk spouse Visa by British Government. Thus the minimum income requirement.
2012 December, I applied for spouse Visa despite that my wife wasn't earning 18600. She was earning little above 14000 pounds then.
Feb 2013; Visa application was refused.
August 2013; I applied for a Visiting visa which was refused.
July 2014; Applied for a Visiting Visa, was also refused.
Since then I haven't made any application.
My wife and I had always been seeing either in US, Dubai or sometimes when she comes to Lagos.
Now we have 2 girls aged 6 and 6months old.
Due to her need to look after the children, she couldn't work full time.
Now I am thinking of relocating to them and applying again using the cash savings route by selling my property in Magodo, Lagos. Which can raise well over the needed 62500 pounds savings we need for the application.
I have own the property for well over 2years and I learnt I don't need to keep the proceeds for 6month if I am selling my property to show proof of funds. So far I can show the purchase and sales documentation.
My question is;
When I bought the house, I have all the deeds and letter of purchase from the real estate company, but the C of O document wasn't in my name, because the land was originally bought by someone that did the CofO which subsequently had be sold and resold before I finally bought the property.
To this situation, I need an advice of what type of documents do I need to provide.
Furthermore, can I just put the proceeds into my mutual fund account for 6 months and then withdraw to my savings prior to my application at the end of six months period. This way I can get statement for my mutual fund to show the origin of the funds.
Thank you all.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 9:41am On Apr 05
Zeana112:
Hello house,
I would like to share my story, perhaps your contributions will go a long way in helping my application.
2012 April; Married a British citizen.
2012 July; Changes was made to Uk spouse Visa by British Government. Thus the minimum income requirement.
2012 December, I applied for spouse Visa despite that my wife wasn't earning 18600. She was earning little above 14000 pounds then.
Feb 2013; Visa application was refused.
August 2013; I applied for a Visiting visa which was refused.
July 2014; Applied for a Visiting Visa, was also refused.
Since then I haven't made any application.
My wife and I had always been seeing either in US, Dubai or sometimes when she comes to Lagos.
Now we have 2 girls aged 6 and 6months old.
Due to her need to look after the children, she couldn't work full time.
Now I am thinking of relocating to them and applying again using the cash savings route by selling my property in Magodo, Lagos. Which can raise well over the needed 62500 pounds savings we need for the application.
I have own the property for well over 2years and I learnt I don't need to keep the proceeds for 6month if I am selling my property to show proof of funds. So far I can show the purchase and sales documentation.
My question is;
When I bought the house, I have all the deeds and letter of purchase from the real estate company, but the C of O document wasn't in my name, because the land was originally bought by someone that did the CofO which subsequently had be sold and resold before I finally bought the property.
To this situation, I need an advice of what type of documents do I need to provide.
Furthermore, can I just put the proceeds into my mutual fund account for 6 months and then withdraw to my savings prior to my application at the end of six months period. This way I can get statement for my mutual fund to show the origin of the funds.
Thank you all.


Read back a few pages, someone used the savings route and visa was approved.............
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kenttoday: 5:06pm On Apr 05
Praise God!!!
Hubby got his visa.

Wow.. to God be the glory
Thank you all so much for all your wonderful inputs... answering questions, etc.. so grateful.
God bless you

Timeline to follow

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by evenda: 9:27pm On Apr 05
congratulationsss wink

Kenttoday:
Praise God!!!
Hubby got his visa.

Wow.. to God be the glory
Thank you all so much for all your wonderful inputs... answering questions, etc.. so grateful.
God bless you

Timeline to follow
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 9:42pm On Apr 05
Kenttoday:
Praise God!!!
Hubby got his visa.

Wow.. to God be the glory
Thank you all so much for all your wonderful inputs... answering questions, etc.. so grateful.
God bless you

Timeline to follow

Congratulations........ Remember to pay us our tithe...... And remember, you promised me a fly position on the wall, when hubby arrives......... cheesy
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by deept(m): 8:16am On Apr 06
Lexusgs430:


Congratulations........ Remember to pay us our tithe...... And remember, you promised me a fly position on the wall, when hubby arrives......... cheesy

We see where all the tithe money is going on the othe thread

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 8:27am On Apr 06
deept:


We see where all the tithe money is going on the othe thread


You are not nice......... cheesy
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kenttoday: 3:34pm On Apr 06
Timeline

Priority -Settlement husband (applied on 16th Feb)

Biometrics 26th Feb

Supporting documents sent by myself from the UK on the 28th Feb via royal mail
Signed for 1March

We have recvd your application, awaiting ECO email - 6 March

Decision made email from UKVI - 4 April

Pick up passport email from TLS - 5 April

Visa granted


To God be the glory!

I so much appreciate this forum, I discovered this group when we were getting ready to submit and was considering a lawyer but then discovered we were not ready so we waited till we got everything sorted. Hubby had to do the right English test and TB test and I had to move house to meet the accommodation requirements
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kenttoday: 3:34pm On Apr 06
Thank you so much
evenda:
congratulationsss wink

Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kenttoday: 3:36pm On Apr 06
Yesso... 250 percent tithe abi lol

Lexusgs430:


Congratulations........ Remember to pay us our tithe...... And remember, you promised me a fly position on the wall, when hubby arrives......... cheesy
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Lexusgs430: 4:50pm On Apr 06
Kenttoday:
Timeline

Priority -Settlement husband (applied on 16th Feb)

Biometrics 26th Feb

Supporting documents sent by myself from the UK on the 28th Feb via royal mail
Signed for 1March

We have recvd your application, awaiting ECO email - 6 March

Decision made email from UKVI - 4 April

Pick up passport email from TLS - 5 April

Visa granted


To God be the glory!

I so much appreciate this forum, I discovered this group when we were getting ready to submit and was considering a lawyer but then discovered we were not ready so we waited till we got everything sorted. Hubby had to do the right English test and TB test and I had to move house to meet the accommodation requirements


Your type of student listens to lectures and pays proper attention to details........

You ask too many questions and chew chewing gum loudly during lectures, but we forgive you........
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by justwise(m): 4:52pm On Apr 06
Kenttoday:
Praise God!!!
Hubby got his visa.

Wow.. to God be the glory
Thank you all so much for all your wonderful inputs... answering questions, etc.. so grateful.
God bless you

Timeline to follow

Congratulations!

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by justwise(m): 4:55pm On Apr 06
Zeana112:
Hello house,
I would like to share my story, perhaps your contributions will go a long way in helping my application.
2012 April; Married a British citizen.
2012 July; Changes was made to Uk spouse Visa by British Government. Thus the minimum income requirement.
2012 December, I applied for spouse Visa despite that my wife wasn't earning 18600. She was earning little above 14000 pounds then.
Feb 2013; Visa application was refused.
August 2013; I applied for a Visiting visa which was refused.
July 2014; Applied for a Visiting Visa, was also refused.
Since then I haven't made any application.
My wife and I had always been seeing either in US, Dubai or sometimes when she comes to Lagos.
Now we have 2 girls aged 6 and 6months old.
Due to her need to look after the children, she couldn't work full time.
Now I am thinking of relocating to them and applying again using the cash savings route by selling my property in Magodo, Lagos. Which can raise well over the needed 62500 pounds savings we need for the application.
I have own the property for well over 2years and I learnt I don't need to keep the proceeds for 6month if I am selling my property to show proof of funds. So far I can show the purchase and sales documentation.
My question is;
When I bought the house, I have all the deeds and letter of purchase from the real estate company, but the C of O document wasn't in my name, because the land was originally bought by someone that did the CofO which subsequently had be sold and resold before I finally bought the property.
To this situation, I need an advice of what type of documents do I need to provide.
Furthermore, can I just put the proceeds into my mutual fund account for 6 months and then withdraw to my savings prior to my application at the end of six months period. This way I can get statement for my mutual fund to show the origin of the funds.
Thank you all.

Since those children are British you don't need to show any money for them.

The savings will be £16000

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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Odimaluv: 10:52am On Apr 07
Good day house

Thanks everyone for your selfless service here
I am about to apply for my spouse visa and I have some question classification.
(Though I have read through the thread)

1. Do hubby need to pay for health insurance for me before applying?

2. We got married January this year. Is it too early to apply. Traditional wedding August 2018.

3. Hubby just got a new job which he started 2months ago, though he was working and earning well In his previous job.

Please gurus help me throw more light into this.
Thanks and God bless u all.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by profemebee(m): 1:18pm On Apr 07
Hello House... i'm new to this thread but i have painstakingly read through the pages ..and finally gotten to page 434.. all because i want to get to stay with my wife in London, Uk.. Spousal Visa ..e no easy..

I have to say a short prayer for Lexus, justwise, and many others who have generously helped people with useful information, and also to those who got successful applications and didn't forget to support others.. God will meet all your needs and supplications by His grace..

I want to put in my application 1st/2nd week of May, 2019 once my wife gets her salary for April 2019 (mindful of the 28days rule). Please i have a few questions:

1. My IHS calculation back then for spousal visa was 600 pounds, and recently i just calculated again after filling some detials on uk.gov site and i'm seeing 1,200 pounds.. that seriouss.. please can someone who recently paid confirm how much? I'm the only one applying.. i never born pikin oo..

2. Am i also sending in my original Uni certificate along with my UK Naric certificates i got via Visa and Nationality (i was given 4 letters, i.e. for statement of comparability and english language proficiency)

3. Documents like flight boarding passes.. can i just photocopy the originals? must i add the original boarding passes?

4. I was denied visit visa once.. and still have the letter (i wonder i didnt throw it away).. Am i to add a photocopied version OR i add the original letter? Also, Do i explain the visit visa refusal in the additional info sheet of the Appendix VAF4A that i'm to fill OR i add the story to my (applicant's) cover letter?

Thanks for anticipated responses.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by deept(m): 1:50pm On Apr 07
Odimaluv:
Good day house

Thanks everyone for your selfless service here
I am about to apply for my spouse visa and I have some question classification.
(Though I have read through the thread)

1. Do hubby need to pay for health insurance for me before applying?

2. We got married January this year. Is it too early to apply. Traditional wedding August 2018.

3. Hubby just got a new job which he started 2months ago, though he was working and earning well In his previous job.

Please gurus help me throw more light into this.
Thanks and God bless u all.

1. The IHS is part of the application, you cannot submit your application without paying the IHS fees

2. No

3. He will need to submit a year's worth of payslips 10 months from former employer and 2 months from present employer and bank statement where his salary/wages were paid. Make sure earnings for the year above financial requirement. Probably letter from former and present employer stating payslips are fenuine
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by justwise(m): 7:24pm On Apr 07
profemebee:
Hello House... i'm new to this thread but i have painstakingly read through the pages ..and finally gotten to page 434.. all because i want to get to stay with my wife in London, Uk.. Spousal Visa ..e no easy..

I have to say a short prayer for Lexus, justwise, and many others who have generously helped people with useful information, and also to those who got successful applications and didn't forget to support others.. God will meet all your needs and supplications by His grace..

I want to put in my application 1st/2nd week of May, 2019 once my wife gets her salary for April 2019 (mindful of the 28days rule). Please i have a few questions:

1. My IHS calculation back then for spousal visa was 600 pounds, and recently i just calculated again after filling some detials on uk.gov site and i'm seeing 1,200 pounds.. that seriouss.. please can someone who recently paid confirm how much? I'm the only one applying.. i never born pikin oo..

2. Am i also sending in my original Uni certificate along with my UK Naric certificates i got via Visa and Nationality (i was given 4 letters, i.e. for statement of comparability and english language proficiency)

3. Documents like flight boarding passes.. can i just photocopy the originals? must i add the original boarding passes?

4. I was denied visit visa once.. and still have the letter (i wonder i didnt throw it away).. Am i to add a photocopied version OR i add the original letter? Also, Do i explain the visit visa refusal in the additional info sheet of the Appendix VAF4A that i'm to fill OR i add the story to my (applicant's) cover letter?

Thanks for anticipated responses.

1. Unfortunately your calculation is correct as the fee has gone up.

2. Can send that..they will return it.

3. Just send the original

4. You don't need to add the refusal letter..just select yes and explain why you were refused.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kenttoday: 7:25am On Apr 08
Hahah... the chewing gum is so I wont sleep
Lexusgs430:



Your type of student listens to lectures and pays proper attention to details........

You ask too many questions and chew chewing gum loudly during lectures, but we forgive you........
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by profemebee(m): 11:33am On Apr 08
thanks for answering my questions..

So for Question 4, u referring to the online portal where the visit visa refusal question was asked? i should just fill the details online only?



justwise:


1. Unfortunately your calculation is correct as the fee has gone up.

2. Can send that..they will return it.

3. Just send the original

4. You don't need to add the refusal letter..just select yes and explain why you were refused.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Odimaluv: 9:58pm On Apr 08
deept:
thanks for your respond to my question. I appreciate

1. The IHS is part of the application, you cannot submit your application without paying the IHS fees

2. No

3. He will need to submit a year's worth of payslips 10 months from former employer and 2 months from present employer and bank statement where his salary/wages were paid. Make sure earnings for the year above financial requirement. Probably letter from former and present employer stating payslips are fenuine
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Odimaluv: 10:00pm On Apr 08
Thanks
deept:


1. The IHS is part of the application, you cannot submit your application without paying the IHS fees

2. No

3. He will need to submit a year's worth of payslips 10 months from former employer and 2 months from present employer and bank statement where his salary/wages were paid. Make sure earnings for the year above financial requirement. Probably letter from former and present employer stating payslips are fenuine

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