angelica salazar wrote:I will submit an application as fiance very soon,, but with all the english test requirement changes iÂ´m a bit confused. IÂ´m wondering if my MA degree in MArketing Communications granted by London Metropolitan University in 2008 is enough for me to probe that my english is good enoguh to apply as a fiance of a British citizen.?
Also at the time I presented my IELTS test to gain entry to gain entry in the Uni and my score was 6.0 and I still have got the results, could I show this result even if itÂ´s back from 2007?
Your help will be much appreciated!
Does this mean my MA degree is not included in the list of those valid degrees?
John wrote:Does this mean my MA degree is not included in the list of those valid degrees?
Why would you think that? Surely the important words are "at least a bachelorÂ´s degree", and your degree is higher than a BA, and therefore it is by definition "at least a bachelorÂ´s degree".
angelica salazar wrote:But at the end IÂ´m not still clear whether if my MA degree from london Met universutiy (which appears in UK NARIC list of approved institutes) would be accepted or not, the link you have suggested me to follow leads to a discussion dated from 2005 and it was for spouse visa. My visa application is for fianceÃ© visa from outside the UK , and with the current flight booking and appointment timeline I wont have the chance to present the ielts exam again as I did 4 years ago to gain entry to the University.
Sorry but this is so confusing! thanks!
01-Apr-11, to be precise.angelica salazar wrote:the link you have suggested me to follow leads to a discussion dated from 2005
Reading the following may help:terriblescream wrote:You would not require an ENGLISH test for a fiance visa but once you get married and apply for SPOUSE visa you will be required, you could do this from the UK!
SET17.2 The requirement applies to those applying for entry clearance under which categories? wrote:Settlement: Part 8 of the Immigration Rules;
SET17.3 How does the applicant satisfy the requirement? wrote:- By passing a test with an approved provider; or
- by having a degree taught in English including masters degree and PhDs
- Any masters degree or PhD obtained in the UK
- Any masters degree or PhD obtained in one of our list of majority English speaking countries
- It is assumed that the above qualifications have been taught in English in line the points-based system
Any masters degree or PhD not obtained in the UK or a majority English speaking country which UK NARIC can verify was taught in English or can be verified by other evidence by being a citizen or national of a majority English language speaking country (which is specified in the relevant Immigration Rule)
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