Are you thinking of applying for a Fiance visa or just interested to learn more about how to apply for this visa?
This easy to understand step by step guide simplifies the Fiance Visa application process and is especially useful for those who are looking to submit their Fiance visa themselves along with our “Do Your Own Partner Visa” service.
Before we begin….
So, what is a Fiance Visa?
A UK Fiance Visa allows the applicant entry to the UK for a period of 6 months to marry their Fiance in the UK. The UK Fiance must be British or ‘present and settled’ (we’ll discuss this in more detail later).
If you are not sure that the UK Fiance Visa is the right visa to be applying for then we recommend you read our “Which partner visa should I apply for?” guide first.
Appendix FM sets out the requirements to be met for entry clearance as a partner. These are:
- The person applying (applicant) must be outside the UK
- The person applying must have a valid application for entry clearance
- The person applying must not fall for refusal under any suitability grounds
- The person applying must meet all of the eligibility requirements
This guide will explain the UK Fiance Visa requirements step by step. You do not have to follow this order.
With Home Office statistics showing an increasing number of visa refusals due to “technicalities” or “administrative errors” and the rising costs of UK Visa applications, it is crucial you get the visa application right the first time.
At VisaHelpUK, we think immigration advice should be uncomplicated and easy to access – so that’s exactly what we provide. No fuss, no expensive fees, no long waits; just a straightforward, easy to use “Do Your Own Partner Visa Pack” based specifically on YOUR circumstances so you can get on with what’s important to you – submitting your visa application.
If you require assistance with completing the application, we provide you with a document checklist and template letters compiled by our OISC regulated Immigration Advisers. For a fraction of the cost of instructing an Immigration Adviser you can get all the help you need to complete the application yourself.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this guide is for general information purposes only and is not legal advice. The information is provided by VisaHelpUK and while we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct, we can accept no responsibility for its accuracy or for any loss or damages arising from the use of this guide.