ElenaW wrote:1) what exactly do you mean that it was corrected?
2) When you met was the first time you met. When your relationship began is when it was more than friendship. You have to be honest plus it's fine to be in a relationship with someone on a student status.
3) you're allowed to claim anything you're entitled to as your british. If she were claiming benefits then that would be a problem.
The additional info section is for explanations of things. You don't need anything extra. They will simply not care.
For accomm proof you'll need a letter from the landlord stating that it's okay for you and your wife to live there. You'll also need the tenancy agreement and a letter from your parents saying it's okay that your wife comes to live with you. Make sure the accommodation will not be over crowded. You might want to take pictures and measurements of the rooms to prove that there will be sufficient room.
Your application will not be refused as long as you're completely honest and have suitable accommodation and funds.
1. I don't understand what you mean by Not corrected?
2. So when I first met, could be a time when I first saw this person and was introduced as a distant relative of some sort etc? So e.g I could have first met my spouse to be like at a wedding or something and then saw her again a year later while she was studying in my country, which then developed in to more than friendship? and therefore both the dates are different and so is this fine?
Note: Honesty is the best policy!
3. So if I am currently claiming Tax Credits, and this is not to support her but assist me in topping my wages, this can be perfectly fine in leiu of my application? What impact will this have on my application for bringing my spouse?