Spouse Visa

UK Spouse Visa

Our Immigration Solicitors are Spouse Visa application specialists. With years of experience and a remarkable success rate, you can trust Axis Solicitors to guide you through every stage of your Spouse Visa application.

Important Update: Effective 11 April 2024, new regulations have been introduced for the UK Spouse Visa. The minimum income requirement for sponsors has been increased from £18,600 to £29,000 per year. 

We offer a free initial consultation for applying and appealing refusals in 2024.

UK Spouse Visa Refusal?

Our immigration solicitors specialise in overturning refusals and reuniting couples.

  • Case Review: We will review your case to identify the exact reasons for refusal and develop a strong appeal strategy.
  • Legal Evaluation: Appeal or reapplication, we help you determine what is your best chance of success.
  • Tailored Strategy: Personalised consultations to discuss your options and provide clear, actionable advice.
UK Spouse Visa applications and and appeal consultation with clients at Axis Solicitors.

Axis Solicitors Can Help

Your dream of living in the UK with your spouse does not have to end with a Spouse Visa refusal. 

  • Expertise: We are experts in UK immigration law and appeals, with a proven track record of positive reviews and high success rates.
  • Results-Driven: We have successfully helped over 5000 clients secure their cases.

Contact Axis Solicitors today for free initial consultation and a legal strategy to reunite with your loved one.

FAQ: UK Spouse Visa

Yes! A UK Spouse Visa provides you with the unrestricted right to work in the UK. This means you can work full-time, choose any job, work in any sector and even be self-employed. 

This flexibility allows you to pursue your career goals and professional aspirations while living with your spouse or partner in the UK. Whether you aim to advance in your current field, explore new opportunities or start your own business.

While there’s no strict limit on absences for UK spouse visa holders, spending excessive time outside the UK can impact your eligibility for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR). As a general guideline, avoid exceeding 6 months (180 days) outside the UK in any 12-month period. 

Extended absences should have valid reasons like work, studies, or family commitments, and it’s wise to document these to demonstrate your intention to live permanently in the UK with your partner. Remember, prioritising your UK residency will strengthen your case for settlement when the time comes.

It can take up to 24 weeks to get the decision from the Home Office for the family applications, which includes applying to settle in the UK as the spouse, partner or family member of someone who has British citizenship or is settled in the UK.

It depends on the Home Office whether they allow you to appeal. The process for appealing is explained in the decision letter you receive from the Home Office.

Among all visa categories, Spouse visa applications have some of the highest rejections. Therefore, it is recommended to take legal advice from the Solicitors to prepare and submit your application according to the complex requirements of the Home Office to ensure that your visa application is successful.

There is no limitation on the number of dependents you can bring with you to the UK. However, the financial requirement increases with the increase of each dependent.

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