mundauk wrote:Anyone have landlord letter?
Nobody seems to reply and help anymore....
does this letter need to be done with a solicter or can the landlord just write a letter himself
Landlord letters depend on your circumstance, whether your renting, living in a shared house, living with parents, living with relatives etc.
Let us all post any templates, i have this:
Letter from landlord
In order for someone to be granted a visitor visa for the UK they need to show that accommodation is available. If you intend for your visitor to stay with you, you must have appropriate accommodation. This accommodation must be large enough foryour visitor to live in with you comfortably. For advice on the appropriate number of
bedrooms/living space needed please contact IST.
If you are renting property you will need a letter from your landlord confirming the following:
• Who s/he is and what their relationship is to you (e.g. Landlord,
• The address of the property.
• How many bedrooms the property has and the number of reception rooms
(e.g. living room, dining room).
• That they are aware you wish to bring visitor to the UK and they will be
staying with you.
• That they are happy for your visitor to live with you in the property.
• That the property is for your exclusive use.
Below is an example of a landlord letter.
<Landlord’s personal or business address>
To the Entry Clearance Officer, British Embassy
Re: Visitors of <sponser's name>
I, <landlord’s name> am the landlord/manager of the property <address of property> in which <sponser's name> is currently residing. This property has <number of bedrooms and reception rooms> rooms.
I have been informed that <sponser's name> has invited his/her spose to join him/her in the UK whilst s/he studies. I am happy for the visitor to be accommodated in the property named above and that the accommodation is suitable for a spose to reside in whilst in the UK. I confirm that the property is for the exclusive use of <sponser's name> and their spose.