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Which one for dependent ILR?

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Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by developer101 » Wed Jul 17, 2019 11:04 am

I came in UK on Tier 1 General years ago and since 2017 I am British Citizen. Now my wife will complete 5 years next month and I would like to apply ILR for her. Currently she is on Tier 1 General Dependent.
Am I filling SET(O) or SET(M) , bit confused.

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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by Zimba » Wed Jul 17, 2019 12:41 pm

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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by developer101 » Sun Jul 21, 2019 1:04 pm

Thanks. Her current visa will expire in 06/08/2019. Is online application should be sufficient or we need to get urgent face to face appointment? Thanks

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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by CR001 » Sun Jul 21, 2019 1:20 pm

Date if application is the date you submit and pay online. The date of biometric appointment with the third party agent (ie NOT the home office) is irrelevant.
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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by developer101 » Sun Jul 21, 2019 1:40 pm

I am going to pay for application today. I have got two options pay normal and pay urgent. As my wifes visa going to expire on 06/08/2019 should i choose urgent or its irrelevant?

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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by developer101 » Sun Jul 21, 2019 1:42 pm

We are not travelling anywhere so we dont need urgent application back only my concern is her expiry date of current leave to remain. Thanks

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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by developer101 » Sun Jul 21, 2019 1:51 pm

standard service costs 2408.20
and super priority costs 3208.20

we dont need to get passport with ILR urgently , we just need to reach application and start on the case before 06/08/2019

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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by CR001 » Sun Jul 21, 2019 3:30 pm

It is irrelevant if the appointment is after visa expiry.

The only important date is the date of online application and submission. Section 3c kicks in if her visa expires as long as she applied before visa expiry.
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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by developer101 » Tue Jul 23, 2019 6:52 am

Thanks sir. We got appointment with UKVI on 8th of August.

Now we need to go with all the documents mentioned in the things need to do next. Supporting documents plus the mandatory documents. Regarding support documents where we can see the accurate list. Do we need to fill Set(0) paper form? (I dont think so as we did it online.)

Regarding Utility bills etc , we do not have all the bills. I just want to see the accurate list for support documents so we know what to take with us. I am the earner of money at home so I guess I need to get the bank statements?

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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by CR001 » Tue Jul 23, 2019 8:14 am

Do we need to fill Set(0) paper form?
No!! There is no longer a paper form!!
Regarding Utility bills etc , we do not have all the bills. I just want to see the accurate list for support documents so we know what to take with us. I am the earner of money at home so I guess I need to get the bank statements?
The online form gives you a checklist and you add 2 years evidence of cohabitation etc. There is no requirement to prove income.
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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by loveman » Tue Jul 23, 2019 9:34 am

developer101 wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 6:52 am
Thanks sir. We got appointment with UKVI on 8th of August.

Now we need to go with all the documents mentioned in the things need to do next. Supporting documents plus the mandatory documents. Regarding support documents where we can see the accurate list. Do we need to fill Set(0) paper form? (I dont think so as we did it online.)

Regarding Utility bills etc , we do not have all the bills. I just want to see the accurate list for support documents so we know what to take with us. I am the earner of money at home so I guess I need to get the bank statements?

Hello buddy below are the documents i submitted if it helps

Applicant Current Passport and Old Passports
Applicant BRP
NARIC letter or proof of english requirement
Life In UK
Immigration Status Letter
Declaration by applicant
Declaration by you
Applicant and your Bank statements though not mandatory
Cohabitation Documents inbetween 2-5 years
Marriage Certificate
applicant and my Payslips
Your Passport copy
Covering Letter

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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by developer101 » Sat Jul 27, 2019 11:02 am

Hi thanks for reply

Regarding the cohabitation docs, i have council tax and water bills on my wife and my name but for some months bills are either lost or accidentally put in the bin. How do you go about that?
Me and wife do not have joint bank account, I support her and pay the bills. She has her own account where I put some money in.

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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by developer101 » Tue Jul 30, 2019 7:58 am

Can I please have a reply for above if any one available

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Re: Which one for dependent ILR?

Post by CR001 » Tue Jul 30, 2019 8:08 am

You need 3-6 items in either joint names or individually addressed to cover the 2 years, items to be spread out evenly across the period, ie every 3 to 4 months.
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