Fiancé Visa UK | UK Partner Visa Information
If you are an unmarried partner of a British Citizen and want to get married in the UK, you should apply for the Fiancé Visa UK. To be eligible, it is important to note that the candidate’s spouse must be a holder of a British Passport or a settled status in the UK.
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Axis Solicitors: Your Trusted Partner for Fiancé Visa UK
Are you planning to bring your fiancé to the UK? Applying for a Fiancé Visa can be complicated and time-consuming, but with Axis Solicitors’ help, you can easily navigate the system.
Our team of experienced immigration lawyers is dedicated to providing personalized and efficient service to help you and your partner join together in the UK. We understand that every case is unique, and we will work with you to ensure that your application has the best possible chance of success.
One of the first steps in the Fiancé Visa UK process is to prove that your relationship is genuine. At Axis Solicitors, we can help you gather the necessary documents and evidence to demonstrate this, such as photographs, messages, and letters from you and your partner.
Once your application is submitted, it will be reviewed by the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) department. The process can take several months, and during this time, our team will constantly communicate with you to provide updates and answer any questions you may have.
If your application is successful, your fiancé will be granted a six-month visa to enter the UK. It would help if you got married and applied for a Spouse Visa during this time. Axis Solicitors can also assist with this process, ensuring a smooth transition for you and your partner.
At Axis Solicitors, we are committed to providing our clients with the highest service and support. We understand the importance of this time in your life and will do everything in our power to make the Fiance Visa UK process as stress-free as possible.
Don’t let the complexities of the Fiance Visa UK process stand in the way of your happiness. Contact Axis Solicitors today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced immigration lawyers. Together, we can make your dream of being with your partner in the UK a reality.
Fiancé Visa UK - FAQs
Yes, you can. If you (applicant) are planning to bring along the dependants with your Fiancé Visa UK, be sure to keep in mind that they only qualify as dependants under the age of 18 and are not living an ‘independent life’. If the children are above 18 years of age, they can apply by themselves provided they are not settled in the UK / under a different immigration route.
One of the major reasons for getting Fiancé Visa UK refusals is when an applicant fails to provide complete information/false details when trying to draft critically strong evidence. Tempering or incomplete information on the application makes you more prone to getting negative feedback from the home office. In addition to these aforestated factors, failing to satisfy the genuine relationship also affects the UK Fiancé Visa or the proposed civil partner.
No, you certainly can’t get permanent residency via the UK Fiancé
Visa route unless you switch towards Spouse Visa and consequently acquire ILR.
No, It is duly important to note that you can’t apply for the public funds under the Fiancé visa route.
Promisingly, we at Axis Solicitors take our clients’ cases very seriously and work devotedly every step of the way from the beginning of the application to keeping a strong track of application status till we receive a final decision. Typically, we at Axis provide the following major services:
- Offer a flexible appointment schedule (in person, via Skype/call)
- Eligibility criteria assessment
- Sourcing, compiling and completing your application
- Reviewing your final application
- Offer you a detailed Cover Letter/letter of Representation
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