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You shouldn't apply earlier than 28 days before reaching 30 months residence in the UK as this would lead to a shortfall in the required residence time in the UK for ILR without submitting unnecessary additional applications. You must apply before your current BRP expires. So you would be looking to apply sometime between the end of May 2020 and 13 September 2020.
Predominantly the sames as the previous application: financial requirement, English language requirement, adequate accommodation, proof of cohabitation, etc.
You need to submit evidence of cohabitation covering the previous 2 years prior to the application date roughly spread evenly over the period. You need 6 items of correspondence addressed to you jointly from at least 3 different sources or you can replace an item of joint correspondence with two items addressed to each of you individually (in this case 12 items total would be required - 6 each).Kali89 wrote: ↑Tue Feb 11, 2020 10:46 pmI wasn’t aware of this but Most of things and documents are on my wife’s name ? is this causing a problem ? I only have Bank account- NI number letter - council tax joint names - work letters address!
Do I need to submit the whole 2,9 months proof of address or only 2 years ?
Applications for FLR(M) are completed and submitted online, supporting documents are scanned and uploaded online; nothing is physically submitted/sent.
Applications submitted in the UK are supposed to by processed within 8 weeks of the application date, but this is not guaranteed. So it really depends on when you apply.
My husband did his spouse visa extension last week after living here 2.5yrs. We used the super priority service. It was a straight forward case. This is the time line.
Only if it has UKVI unique ref number.
You can still work and do anything else you were able to do before you submitted the application (except leave the country). If you have made a valid, in-time application, your existing leave is extended under Section 3C of the Immigration Act 1971 while the application and any appeals/administrative reviews are processed.
https://www.gov.uk/apply-citizenship-spouseKali89 wrote: ↑Fri Feb 14, 2020 1:16 pmHello
Thank you all for your incredible help.
This whole process is killing me already
Wish me luck.
I read there’s still loads of process after all this again..
So can someone explain a bit more please.
After Leave to enter(2,9) comes leave to remain(2,5) then ILR or naturalisation or whatever it is again - citizenship!!?
Naturalisation on 3 years ( if you married to British citizen ) but one of the requirement is to have permanent residency or ILR which 5 years stay!!?? I didn’t get it.