batleykhan wrote:There is no requirement for a sponsorship letter or declaration for a spouse visa.These letters are ok if you want to invite someone for a visit to the UK.
There is no harm if you wish to say something more than what you have stated in the application in order to support your husbands application.
If you want to do that then its a simple letter, saying how, where and when you met. Why you wish your hubby to come to the UK rather than you go live there. What the prospect and chances of him getting a job in the UK and the benefit that might bring to UK.
All the information the ECO needs is in the application form and the evidence you send to show you can maintain , support and accomadate him.
The ECO makes the decision whether to grant or refuse on this rather than what you say in a letter ( although letter will be helpful if there any doubts).
If you look through this forum, you can find out wjhat supporting docs people send with the application. Its important you get those right, rather than worry about a sponsor letter.
Hope this helps
The OP ought to be careful if s/he decides to right such letters, not to contradict with the main information given on the application form. It can turn out to be disastrous, and you can't change it! The ECO will take such information given on covering letters to be very important, as you will be addressing the consular him or her self.
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