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Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Monmarri: 9:41pm On Jun 27
Latito442:
Can someone shed more light for me on y people seldom marry outside the country, but comes back home to get a wife?


Am at de verge of making a decision, but I don't know what to do.

Am confused to be honest


Why confuse? Do u want to come bk home and get married
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by chrisj2(m): 9:45am On Jun 28
If it is a case of thinking about coming home for a wife (or husband - not so common) then you are already half way to answering your own question...
If it is so so easy to hook up and find many Nigerian girls that are suitable abroad then most will not come home to marry.
However, there are other reasons besides available of good many choices of women wherever that brother might be abroad.
I should also add that one can also marry people from other nations and even outside one's tribe if Nigerian. But what if the relationship does not work out - those children could be lost in the sense of access or closeness...
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by mrcodebreaker: 2:02pm On Jun 29
Hi guys! Whats the 28 day rule? Also My fiancee is on a full time role and she is planning on getting into contract role does that affect anything?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by mimilyrics: 9:02pm On Jul 03
As long as it is acceptable by Nigerian marriage laws, the UK will accept it.

Davidkay31:
Good morning, please I will like to know will the UK accept a customary divorce for spouse visa. My previous marriage was done traditionally which means I can't approach the high court for a divorce. I have my divorce court order from the customary court already.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Monmarri: 2:53pm On Jul 19
Hello house happy Sunday.. please for those of you that came in through spouse visa from Nigeria, please how long did you wait in Nigeria to join your spouse? What were the challenges joining y spouse, i.e permanent residence not ready yet, not bin able to meet financial requirement on time etc. How were u able to handle the situation why waiting. Kindly share . I want to encourage a sister who is still waiting 4 four years to join her hubby. Meanwhile she surpose to join him this year but covid 19 av really affected things.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Nielbaba(m): 10:39pm On Jul 23
Good evening house , kindly advice, my fiancee lost her job last month,, initial plan was to file for me before the year end, now she hasn't gotten a job now so one month is off without payslip.if she eventually gets a job next month , does it means the 6 months will start counting afresh?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Bourne007(m): 11:13pm On Jul 23
Fiancee? Registry done? Not sure how this will work as you are not officially married but hope the attach helps

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-advice-for-uk-visa-applicants-and-temporary-uk-residents


Nielbaba:
Good evening house , kindly advice, my fiancee lost her job last month,, initial plan was to file for me before the year end, now she hasn't gotten a job now so one month is off without payslip.if she eventually gets a job next month , does it means the 6 months will start counting afresh?

Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Nielbaba(m): 10:52am On Jul 25
Thanks , registry not done , d plan was either she comes before October so we do the registry , or I apply for a fiancee visa , I think I will just wait till she gets a new job den start counting 6months again
Bourne007:
Fiancee? Registry done? Not sure how this will work as you are not officially married but hope the attach helps

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-advice-for-uk-visa-applicants-and-temporary-uk-residents


Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by godwon01(m): 10:42am On Jul 28
LuvlyIva:
Hello house trust u guys are keeping safe? Please I need y advice I am confused. I and my wife remarried this year in Nigeria, she left to UK and promised applying for me when she gets bk, just for her to call me and said that the hospital she works is not allowing agency, that government said that agency is cheating on govt and not paying their taxes. So I asked her what she wants to do, she said she wants to start full permanent job by March and I have to wait for six-months for her to fill my papers. I said ok. Just for me to ask her yesterday, she told me that she is not working, staying at home bc of the covid. I was confused. She said some of her colleagues are affected with the virus, so I don't know if she is scared to go to work or because of her sugar problem. I am confused. How can she bring me to UK if she is not working. Kindly advise me. Thank you.
Agency work is very quite now. To get permanent job is also difficult too due to covid 19. Exercise patient for few months ,everything will be OK shortly. From what I note in one of the site , the UKVI will disregard income requirements due to covid 19.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Flexvilla: 6:55pm On Jul 30
Hello people,

Pls can someone travel with expired TB certificate to UK? The certificate expired due to Lockdown restrictions. Do I have to do a new one?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by nonso10: 7:16pm On Jul 30
Hi house

Please has anyone who applied around February before lockdown heard anything from Vac

Thanks
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Zoey1: 5:24am On Jul 31
It will be rejected
Flexvilla:
Hello people,

Pls can someone travel with expired TB certificate to UK? The certificate expired due to Lockdown restrictions. Do I have to do a new one?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Flexvilla: 7:56am On Jul 31
No, you are absolutely wrong!!!
I researched yesterday online about it and found out that the TB test should only be valid at the time of application. You can travel with the expired test result and if they need a new one, there are X-ray machines at the airport where it will be done free of charge. Someone in the UK also verbally confirmed this to me last night too so no qualms.


Zoey1:
It will be rejected
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Zoey1: 10:44pm On Aug 06
You read online where? UKVI site?
When some people have issues @ POE because of that.
Flexvilla:
No, you are absolutely wrong!!!
I researched yesterday online about it and found out that the TB test should only be valid at the time of application. You can travel with the expired test result and if they need a new one, there are X-ray machines at the airport where it will be done free of charge. Someone in the UK also verbally confirmed this to me last night too so no qualms.


Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Flexvilla: 5:53pm On Aug 07
There are many sites for many countries like Nairaland of people with practical experiences. There are also immigration lawyers too online that trash issues like this. Just apply yourself and research then thank me later. Also read carefully the rule as it applies to TB certificate and you will notice it is clearly stated that it must be valid at point of application. Have you read backwards on this page and also noticed that people are not usually asked to present their TB certificate? Even if it has expired, there are machines for TB test at the airport where you will be directed to do it free of charge. It will only delay your entry for some few hours but will never deny you entry chief!

Who are the people you know that have issues? Please discuss.

Also where in UKVI site did it categorically state that anyone with expired TB certificate will be denied entry? Please discuss "quoting" paragraphs of UKVI site as evidence.

Zoey1:
You read online where? UKVI site?
When some people have issues @ POE because of that.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Zoey1: 12:39am On Aug 10
Go ahead with whatever you think and stop quoting me
Flexvilla:
There are many sites for many countries like Nairaland of people with practical experiences. There are also immigration lawyers too online that trash issues like this. Just apply yourself and research then thank me later. Also read carefully the rule as it applies to TB certificate and you will notice it is clearly stated that it must be valid at point of application. Have you read backwards on this page and also noticed that people are not usually asked to present their TB certificate? Even if it has expired, there are machines for TB test at the airport where you will be directed to do it free of charge. It will only delay your entry for some few hours but will never deny you entry chief!

Who are the people you know that have issues? Please discuss.

Also where in UKVI site did it categorically state that anyone with expired TB certificate will be denied entry? Please discuss "quoting" paragraphs of UKVI site as evidence.

Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kinpelz(m): 2:16pm On Aug 10
I submitted in Feb but I haven't heard anything. It appears focus is on replacement of expired 30 days vignette.

nonso10:
Hi house

Please has anyone who applied around February before lockdown heard anything from Vac

Thanks
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by nonso10: 4:00pm On Aug 10
Kinpelz:
I submitted in Feb but I haven't heard anything. It appears focus is on replacement of expired 30 days vignette.


Ok thanks for this information cause I was beginning to get worried.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Flexvilla: 4:10pm On Aug 10
Lool. I laugh in Micronesian...

Zoey1:
Go ahead with whatever you think and stop quoting me
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Thehilah4jesus: 5:16pm On Aug 10
Kinpelz:
I submitted in Feb but I haven't heard anything. It appears focus is on replacement of expired 30 days vignette.

They have started getting back to people cos l know 3people who applied and did their biometric here in Nigeria and got their visas approved last week so hopefully more good news of spouse visa approval will continue in Nigeria.
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kinpelz(m): 9:56pm On Aug 10
Good to hear. The last time I heard from them makes me wonder how long it will now take to conclude an application. A decision was made on mine since early April.


Thehilah4jesus:

They have started getting back to people cos l know 3people who applied and did their biometric here in Nigeria and got their visas approved last week so hopefully more good news of spouse visa approval will continue in Nigeria.

Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by nonso10: 1:19pm On Aug 11
Kinpelz:
I submitted in Feb but I haven't heard anything. It appears focus is on replacement of expired 30 days vignette.


Just got a mail now that my passport is ready for collection. Hoping for the best
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kinpelz(m): 1:41pm On Aug 11
Great. I pray it's the best. When was your Biometrics?

nonso10:


Just got a mail now that my passport is ready for collection. Hoping for the best
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by nonso10: 2:00pm On Aug 11
Kinpelz:
Great. I pray it's the best. When was your Biometrics?


I think around 27th Feb
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kinpelz(m): 2:09pm On Aug 11
Ok thanks. Did mine on 24th Feb. Again best wishes on the outcome.
nonso10:


I think around 27th Feb
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Flexvilla: 6:54pm On Aug 12
Please has anyone who applied for replacement visa gotten it?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by nonso10: 9:35am On Aug 13
Kinpelz:
Ok thanks. Did mine on 24th Feb. Again best wishes on the outcome.

Just collected my passport now.... visa was granted. I thank God. Next hurdle is to get a flight
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Kinpelz(m): 11:40am On Aug 13
Wow....I am so happy for you cheesy. Congrats!!! The wait is over... I think you can consider Benin/Cotonou if Nigeria is not ready.
nonso10:


Just collected my passport now.... visa was granted. I thank God. Next hurdle is to get a flight
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Thehilah4jesus: 2:40pm On Aug 13
nonso10:


Just collected my passport now.... visa was granted. I thank God. Next hurdle is to get a flight
Wooow!!!! Congratulations!!!! I heard Nigerians are taking Benin republic airport to UK so you can consider it and please do let us know how you go about the flight booking so it can help us who are waiting for our visas
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by dalourde(f): 6:16pm On Aug 21
Good day house. I've been following diligently since last year. I did my biometrics on the 6th of August 2020, already got a mail from TLS stating that my application has been transfered to UKVI. My concern is that up till this moment, I have not gotten an acknowledgement mail from homeoffice/UKVI or whomever is supposed to work on my application.
What could have caused the delay?
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by sola21: 1:16pm On Aug 23
Good Day Dear People, I appreciate everyone helping out on this platform. I have gained alot from this platform. I would appreciate some help here: While I was a Masters International student in the UK I had baby with my boyfriend who was also an international student. Our child is now 10years old living with me in Nigeria.

After school, I got my work permit and another extension with my child as my dependent so I returned to Nigeria. My boyfriend was still there and he finally got his permanent residence. Although, while in the relationship we broke up several times and moved on back and forth.

We recently started talking again, although I have travelled several times to UK for visiting and for 2 years I never spoke to him but I always made sure I include in my application form that I have my child's father in uk although I am not on talking terms with him and same thing I tell them at the point of entry.

We recently started to speak this year and he told me he wanted to apply for our child's citizenship . We also concluded to come back together and get married .

My question: our relationship has been on some 2009 and we had our child a year after. We intend applying for our child's citizenship first
We intend getting married.
How does he apply for a spousal visa for me especially when we did not speak for 2 years before coming back this year?



Please I will appreciate the advice.
Thanks
Re: UK Spouse Visa/Appeal Process-part2 by Thehilah4jesus: 12:25pm On Aug 24
dalourde:
Good day house. I've been following diligently since last year. I did my biometrics on the 6th of August 2020, already got a mail from TLS stating that my application has been transfered to UKVI. My concern is that up till this moment, I have not gotten an acknowledgement mail from homeoffice/UKVI or whomever is supposed to work on my application.
What could have caused the delay?
I had my bio too on the 5th of August and a mail saying my application is been transferred was what l got. Lets just remain hopeful that soon we will get sms message for our passport pickup.

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