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FLR (M) or FLR (O) – I am confused

Post by deepa767 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 9:19 am

FLR (M) or FLR (O) – I am confused

Currently I am Permanent residency which was granted on Jan 2013, I was on Tier 1(general) from March 2007,

I got married before i enter into UK on Tier 1 in Feb2007, My wife got Tier 1 dependant Visa in Mar 2007 and she entered into UK in Sept 2007.
till now she was on Tier 1 Dep visa which is Valid until Oct 2013, I am about to apply her VISA, I am confused which visa to apply FLR(M) or Set(M)

First time applied Dependant Visa from India
Got Tier 1 Dep visa extended in 2011 and before that another extension applied from India( All through 6+Yrs she is having valid visa),

My Wife out of UK days -
1st Visit single trip From 10-May-2008 to 10-July-2009 – 60 days (30 days I was there with my wife in India)
2nd Visit - From 03-Oct-2009 to 30-Oct-2010 – 390 days(150 days I was there with my wife in India)
3rd Visit – From 08-Oct-2011 to 13-Aug-2012 – 300 days (30 days I was there with my wife in India)
4th Visit – From 24-May-2013 to 21-Aug-2012 – days 88 days

We had a Twin babies in 2009(born in UK), then she had surgery in India,

Kindly suggest me with which visa to apply now, Due to apply my wife visa in next 2 months’ time

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Post by Amber » Thu Jul 18, 2013 9:26 am

Set(o) as you qualified for settlement as a PBS applicant and your spouse has been a PBS dep for 2+ years. There was absences, but they were arguably limited.

Your children are entitled to register as British as born in the UK and you are now settled.
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Post by deepa767 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 9:47 am

Thanks for your rapid response,

Is that SET(O) or SET(M) ??

If SET(M), Could you please let me know the required documents for this?

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Post by Amber » Thu Jul 18, 2013 9:50 am

D4109125 wrote:Set(o) as you qualified for settlement as a PBS applicant and your spouse has been a PBS dep for 2+ years. There was absences, but they were arguably limited.

Your children are entitled to register as British as born in the UK and you are now settled.
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Post by deepa767 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 1:44 pm

D4109125 wrote:
D4109125 wrote:Set(o) as you qualified for settlement as a PBS applicant and your spouse has been a PBS dep for 2+ years. There was absences, but they were arguably limited.

Your children are entitled to register as British as born in the UK and you are now settled.
Thanks Amber,
I just go through the SET(o) application
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... o04091.pdf

see the section C W H I C H C A T E G O R Y ?
there is option for Tier 01 dependants, I assume SET(M) is the right choice, correct me if i am wrong

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Post by Amber » Thu Jul 18, 2013 2:12 pm

Why do you keep saying set(m)?

Set(o) form states under section 3 subsection B - PBS dependent. Unless you switched from PBS dep to flr(m) it would not be set(m).
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Post by deepa767 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 3:22 pm

D4109125 wrote:Why do you keep saying set(m)?

Set(o) form states under section 3 subsection B - PBS dependent. Unless you switched from PBS dep to flr(m) it would not be set(m).

Amber,
I completely agree with you, many thanks for your very valuable informartion.

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Re: ILR - Docs -English Language requirements for Dependent

Post by vinny » Sun Sep 01, 2013 8:08 pm

deepa767 wrote:I am planning to apply my spouse ILR some time this month,
I got my ILR in Jan2013 on Tier 01 General

Applying with below documents
1. SET(o) application
2. Photos
3. Passport & Bio metric card (she is in UK from last 6 yrs)
4. Marriage certificate
5. My ILR & Passport
6. Some Utility bills & council tax bills
7. My Last 1 yrs bank statements
8. Life in UK pass certificate

Let me know if i need to include any other documents, English language test related documents needs to be included in this month???

Kindly advice
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Re: ILR - Docs -English Language requirements for Dependent

Post by deepa767 » Mon Sep 02, 2013 8:07 am

Hi Vinny, Kindly suggest
1. Is that English language proof required ?? about to appy in next 10 days
2. Documents i have mentioned is OK

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Post by vinny » Mon Sep 02, 2013 9:22 am

KOL is currently sufficient for settlement.

Although, as Amber mentioned, your wife should be using the SET(O) form, they may require cohabitation evidence, similar to those suggested in SET(M) form.

They may require evidence of subsisting marriage for any periods that you were apart.
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Post by deepa767 » Mon Sep 02, 2013 10:09 am

Thanks a lot Vinny, I will update you as soon as we come back from UKBA PEO

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Post by Amber » Mon Sep 02, 2013 10:11 am

Indeed, for roughly every 4 months of the last 2 years, supply one joint letter or a letter each from a total of at least 3 different sources.
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Post by deepa767 » Thu Sep 05, 2013 10:33 am

D4109125 wrote:Indeed, for roughly every 4 months of the last 2 years, supply one joint letter or a letter each from a total of at least 3 different sources.

Thanks for the information,

I am bit confused with above answers, Do i need to provide any utility bills for every 4 months or normal joint letter telling the status of us or

kindly clear me,

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Post by Amber » Thu Sep 05, 2013 10:42 am

You need to supply documents such as Bank Statements, Utility Bills, HMRC letters, Credit Card Statements, Drs letters, Hospital letters etc....
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Post by deepa767 » Thu Sep 05, 2013 11:14 am

D4109125 wrote:You need to supply documents such as Bank Statements, Utility Bills, HMRC letters, Credit Card Statements, Drs letters, Hospital letters etc....

Thanks for dynamic response Amber, I am clear now,
Appreciate your support.

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Post by deepa767 » Sat Sep 21, 2013 6:12 am

D4109125 wrote:You need to supply documents such as Bank Statements, Utility Bills, HMRC letters, Credit Card Statements, Drs letters, Hospital letters etc....

Hi,

Good news - Yesterday my spouse got ILR @Liverpool with no quarries asked.

Thanks to Amber and all the team

Deepa

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Post by ILR_HP » Mon Sep 23, 2013 9:53 pm

Hi deepa767,

I am in the same situation as you were in I am applying for my wife and kids ILR separately she has completed 2 years stay.

I need some clarification regarding filling up of application forms.

Section 5
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Section 5.2 (yes or No) - I pay the rent
Section 5.6 do we need to fill this information and give my income details

Section 6
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Section 6.2 do we need to mention details of my wife's out of country details?

Thanks,

ILR_HP

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Post by deepa767 » Wed Oct 02, 2013 5:34 pm

ILR_HP wrote:Hi deepa767,

I am in the same situation as you were in I am applying for my wife and kids ILR separately she has completed 2 years stay.

I need some clarification regarding filling up of application forms.

Section 5
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Section 5.2 (yes or No) - I pay the rent
YES
Section 5.6 do we need to fill this information and give my income details
provide your wife income details,
Section 6
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Section 6.2 do we need to mention details of my wife's out of country details?
Yes we need to provide outside uk details

Thanks,

ILR_HP

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Post by malfayez » Wed Oct 02, 2013 9:00 pm

Deepa

Congratulations.

can I ask you about cohabitation, what documents did you take with you ? total absence in the last 5 years?

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