@Kim Hi, I am on spouse visa my extension is on may 2016. I have one kid who is 21 month he is British, my wife is British. I am earning more than £18600 but less than £22400. Whether I need to show £18600 or £22400 for my extension?
It should be noted that the absence of information in Home Office guidance can usually be relied upon however, and I would therefore be confident now of your application being approved. If you would like assistance with submission please do contact us.
@adriana-p thanks for your post. The visa application process has not changed since 2016, ie you will still have to apply from your nearest accessible centre eg Panama, Havana. Applications are currently taking around 2-3 months to be processed. We can help with the whole process if you are looking for assistance - alternatively please do post further queries here and we will do our best to help.
hi 4 weeks ago my wife have applied for spouse visa from pakistan and i have send her supporting documents to Sheffield visa office but still i did not get any reply from them that they have received those documents or not..kindly guide me thanks.
When the Home Office complete a Compliance Visit, they do often check these details. These are extra checks that they carry out to ensure that the vacancy is genuine and could not have been filled by a settled worker. If you are now granted the Sponsor Licence, it is likely that you will have met the RLMT however I would not be able to advise on this without having seen your application and information.
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It is entirely at your discretion how much detail you put into your supportive letter. The caseworker works from the same PBS guidelines you are able to view, so they are aware of how many points are required and how many are gained for each section.
Alternative evidence could be certified copies of these documents, however, there is no guarantee that this will be accepted due to the following statement in the guidance:
'Please note: we can only accept alternative evidence of your identity and nationality if you’re unable to submit a valid passport, travel document or EEA national identity card due to circumstances beyond your control.'
The acceptance here would likely be lost documents with evidence of this being reported to the Police and also evidence of applying for new documents.
Thanks for your post. As you are aware, employment is not allowed on an Entrepreneur visa; you are only permitted to work for your own business.
If you wish to apply for an Entrepreneur extension then you should end your current employment immediately. If you are asked when making the extension application, then you would need to declare this employment period, as failure to do so may be considered deception. Declaring the employment period may result in the extension being refused, as you have breached the conditions of your visa.
It may be possible for you to switch to a Tier 2 visa if you are able to find a suitable company to sponsor you. Please contact White Rose Visas directly to discuss this option.
This will vary depending on the situation, however it is always important to provide as much evidence as possible that the relationship is genuine. This would usually include photos, chat history, evidence of visits.
Unfortunately, when switching after you're married, you would have to pay the visa fee of £649 (postal) or £1049 (premium service), dependant on which option you choose, in addition to the healthcare surcharge.
You can cancel the appointment this would mean withdrawing the whole application and starting it again. You may lose an admin fee for cancelling the appointment of around £100. You should call the premium centre directly to cancel this.
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