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dancingguy05
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Visitors visa

Post by dancingguy05 » Mon Mar 30, 2015 8:42 pm

hi all
We are expecting baby in june 2015
I am planning to bring my in laws to the UK to help my visa from India for 2 months.....

My in-laws are maintaining 5 lakhs INR = approx 4300GBP in their Indian bank account since 3 months...and applying family visitors visa

I am not showing any funds here. However I am sending 2 bedroom tenancy agreement, health insurance for both, invitation letter.....
Please let me know if these are ok or else I need include anyyy

Any help will of great help......
Tq

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Re: Visitors visa

Post by vinny » Mon Mar 30, 2015 10:37 pm

Include evidence of their strong ties to India.
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dancingguy05
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Re: Visitors visa

Post by dancingguy05 » Tue Mar 31, 2015 7:05 am

Tq vinny

However I heard somewhere that They need to maintain funds for 6 months. Any idea on this???

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Re: Visitors visa

Post by vinny » Tue Mar 31, 2015 7:54 am

The guidance does indicate that they should submit six months of bank statements.
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dancingguy05
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Re: Visitors visa

Post by dancingguy05 » Tue Mar 31, 2015 4:52 pm

Omg I am in a big soup. They are maintaining funds only since 3 months. We are expecting baby in June. Donno,what to do?????!?

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Re: Visitors visa

Post by Mauser1905 » Tue Mar 31, 2015 5:02 pm

dancingguy05 wrote:Omg I am in a big soup. They are maintaining funds only since 3 months. We are expecting baby in June. Donno,what to do?????!?
Relax. You didn't read vinny's post properly.

6 month's bank statements required, not specific fund maintenance requirement.

dancingguy05
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Re: Visitors visa

Post by dancingguy05 » Tue Mar 31, 2015 5:52 pm

Mauser1905 wrote:
dancingguy05 wrote:Omg I am in a big soup. They are maintaining funds only since 3 months. We are expecting baby in June. Donno,what to do?????!?
Relax. You didn't read vinny's post properly.

6 month's bank statements required, not specific fund maintenance requirement.
Hi Mauser
Tx for reply
But I am sure they didn't have that much to justify before three months. They pooled all their savings together and put now.........worrieddddd

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Re: Visitors visa

Post by adil2009 » Wed Apr 01, 2015 11:21 am

also health insurance is not requirement for uk visit visa.

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