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1) She can apply with youcuongle wrote: ↑Sat Oct 12, 2019 11:57 pmHi All
My wife and I are preparing to apply ILR for our case at beginning of next year. But we still have some confusion. Our information:
1. I am on Tier 2 General Visa, valid from 23/03/2015 to 01/04/2020, I am only working for one company.
2. My wife is on Tier 2 Partner (PBS dependant), valid from 23/03/2015 to 01/04/2020
3. We both entered UK together at 01/04/2015
4. My wife was out of UK from 31/01/2016 to 09/07/2016 (under 180 absence days), no other outside UK time.
5. We have shared bank account for nearly five years
6. My wife has Master degree from Scotland.
7. We have twins born in UK at 28/12/2016
We have some following questions:
1. Is this eligible for my wife to apply ILR together with me at the same time? Or I need to apply and get ILR first thru priority service, and then my wife can be able to apply once I got it.
2. As my wife was out of UK from 31/01/2016 to 09/07/2016 (under 180 absence days), she is still eligible to apply ILR?
3. Does she need to take English test again as she has Master degree from Scotland?
4. Which document we need to prove out the relationship? (there is no her name on any bill, only council tax for last year, but we have our twin certificates, shared bank account and marriage certificate from our country)
5. If my wife application fail? can we re- apply for her again or is there any possible backup route as her visa got expired at that time?
6. We don't need to apply ILR for our twins, right?
Thanks, your help is highly appreciated
23/03/2020 minus 28 days.
And just to add that the bank charges summary for myself and my wife were online documents.aby00156 wrote: ↑Thu Nov 14, 2019 2:34 pmI got my wife's ILR recently. And the documents that I submitted for cohabitation are :
[*] Marriage Certificate
[*] My driving license
[*] My wife's driving license
[*] My wife's bank annual charges summary for 2017 2018 and 2019 ( 3 letters)
[*] My bank annual charges summar for 2017 2018 and 2019
That's all I submitted. So don't panic and submit just what you have.
Thanks for your response,gatha_vdm wrote: ↑Fri Nov 15, 2019 11:25 amHi,
I guess below 5 documents you can easily get.
1. you can get GP letter by just going to their reception they charge a nominal fee and give you this,
2. Rental Agreement(ask your landlord),
3. Just take a provisional license for you and your wife.
4. you already have got Bank statement,
5. Have you registered to vote, do you have the letter confirming that? / you already have the council tax.
I guess you don't need postal letter for everything online statement should be fine, Take color print out if you want.
Hi, anyone can help me on above question? highly appreciated!cuongle wrote: ↑Sat Nov 16, 2019 11:05 pmHi Experts
While filling the application form SET(O), I have some confusion at the below questions:
Have you previously been granted leave to remain under Tier 2 (General) as a doctor, dentist, nurse or midwife, and passed an English Language assessment accepted by the relevant regulated professional body as a requirement for registration?
I am not sure I understand as my current and first Tier 2 General is for software, so I guess I would say NO for this?
Have you previously lived in a country outside the UK including your country of birth?
Should I say YES and fill my country of birth? And then which reason I should put for my country of birth? And which date I should put on THE DAY YOU LIVE TO?
Is the account with a bank or utility company for which you have supplied information and supporting documentation held jointly by you and other people?
I have joint bank account with my wife which is included as Dependant on ILR application? So I guess I say YES for this question?
I will provide a declaration signed by each of the other joint customers on an account with a bank or utility company
If I say YES on previous question, I need to provide the declaration signed both me and my wife, right? Where I can get the declaration?
Does the account with the bank or utility company for which you have supplied information and supporting documentation relate to another person who is to provide you financial support?
I guess I should say NO on this question?
Thanks very for your help
It is irrelevant!cuongle wrote: ↑Sun Mar 01, 2020 10:26 pmDear Admin and member,
Please could you help on the question below:
We got deposit around 8000 pounds from my family into my HSBC account on October, does it affect to our ILR in next week?
Or do we need to prove out that money is from our family.