If you or your partner want to apply for a UK Spouse Visa then follow our step by step guide to processing your own UK Spouse Visa written by our team of qualified immigration experts and ex Home Office caseworkers.
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So, what is a Spouse Visa?
A Spouse Visa, also known as a UK Marriage Visa or a UK Partner Visa, is a type of UK Settlement Visa.
A spouse visa allows overseas nationals (“applicants”) to enter or remain in the UK with their UK partner (“sponsor”) for a period of 33 months.
This can be extended for another 30 months after this. After this, you can apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) and eventually British Citizenship.
The Home Office deals with visa applications and is responsible for applying the Immigration Rules.
For a UK Spouse Visa, the rules that applicants need to familiarise themselves with are “Appendix FM” (FM stands for family members) and “Appendix FM SE” (specified evidence).
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.
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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.
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