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14 10, 2017

Evidence of Meeting the Financial Requirements for Spouse Visa UK

By | 2017-12-01T11:05:50+00:00 October 14th, 2017|Categories: Spouse of a settled person, UK Spouse Visa|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Evidence of Meeting the Financial Requirements for Spouse Visa UK

Everything You Need to Know about Evidence of Meeting the Financial Requirements for Spouse Visa UK! Fundamental Freedom in the European Country: EU Convention on Human Rights provides right to one’s private and family life, his home and correspondence, subject to certain restrictions that are in “accordance with the law” and necessary in [...]

19 04, 2016

What does the UKVI mean by genuine & subsisting relationship

By | 2017-11-30T07:00:29+00:00 April 19th, 2016|Categories: Spouse of a settled person, UK Spouse Visa, Unmarried partner of settled person|Tags: |Comments Off on What does the UKVI mean by genuine & subsisting relationship

What does UKVI mean by genuine & subsisting relationship while assessing applications for spouse or unmarried partners for entry clearance. Officers often have to assess between genuine & subsisting relationship, given the increase in sham marriages for visa purposes - the number of section 24/24A reports received by the Home Office increased from 344 [...]

18 04, 2016

What are the financial eligibility requirement for UK spouse visa

By | 2017-11-30T07:00:33+00:00 April 18th, 2016|Categories: Spouse of a settled person, UK Spouse Visa|Tags: |Comments Off on What are the financial eligibility requirement for UK spouse visa

As of 9 July 2012, UK Immigration Rules introduced a financial eligibility requirement for UK spouse visa which is to be met by a person applying for entry clearance to, leave to remain in or indefinite leave to remain in the UK as the non-EEA national partner or dependent child of a person who is: a [...]

9 06, 2014

Immigrants using ‘proxy’ marriages to dodge Britain’s visa laws

By | 2016-10-12T14:21:19+00:00 June 9th, 2014|Categories: EEA Family Permit, Family of Settled persons, Family Visitors, Settlement Permissions, Spouse of a settled person|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Immigrants using ‘proxy’ marriages to dodge Britain’s visa laws

IMMIGRANTS are using “proxy” marriages they do not even have to attend to bypass tough UK visa laws, an official watchdog has discovered. The sham weddings allow an EU citizen to marry another person in a ceremony outside the EU at which neither the bride or groom are required to be present. Instead, stand-ins take [...]