Category: Partners

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

UK VISA APPLICATION CHECKING SERVICE - How to submit a perfect visa application

How to get my UK visa application checking service?

Ever wondered whether or how you can get a visa application checking service for your UK visa? You’ve already done your research, prepared the application form, and have the documents ready for submission… …But you want to have your visa application checked by a qualified immigration lawyer or immigration advisor without paying for their full…
Read more

Planning to Join Your Family in The UK? Here’s What You Should Know

If you have family in the UK right now, or you are already in the UK and have family abroad, you probably want to be reunited with them as soon as possible.  Family visas provide the legal means to visit and join your other family members living in the United Kingdom. UK immigration policy is intended to…
Read more

Latest News On Immigration – Home Office Immigration & Nationality Fees 2016

An Update on the latest news on immigration is that UK V&I’s (UK Visas & Immigration) fees are going to rise again as expected and announced in January by the Home Office Immigration & Nationality Fees 2016 legislation. It sets the maximum amounts that the Home Office can charge for visas, immigration and nationality applications.…
Read more

Spouse Visas & Partners Visa Applications - IAM

2 Years means Relationship – not Co-Habitation in Partner’s Visa Application

In a judgement regarding partner’s visa applications, handed down by the immigration upper tribunal in the UK; Fetle (Partners: two year requirement) [2014] UKUT 00267 (IAC),

ILR & Citizenship: How Many Days Outside UK? – Residence Requirements Study

What are the lengths of absences from the (days outside) UK to avoid in order to get ILR (Indefinite Leave to Remain) and Naturalisation (citizenship). Our UK Immigration lawyers get asked many times about ILR applications and Citizenship applications. One of the main questions about ILR and Naturalisation is how many days outside UK am I allowed…
Read more