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Why does your husband want to apply for super priority while the kids do the standard route ?ioftiger wrote: ↑Sun Apr 14, 2019 12:17 amHi There,
After spending 4 years 7 months in UK on ICT Tier 2 Staff dependent visa, I have recently moved to Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa as main applicant on £200K route whereas my spouse is still on ICT Tier 2 Visa and two children on ICT Tier 2 staff dependent. After entry clearance, I have come back to UK on my Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa and as next step, I would want my spouse and two children to move on as my dependents.
My two children are in UK currently as PBS dependents(ICT Tier 2 Staff dependent visa) wheras on my husband is on ICT Tier 2 visa which expires on 18th July 19. I would want my two children and my spouse(who is also in UK) to move on PBS dependent Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa as my dependents.
I do have maintainane funds for more than 90 consequetive days
- £1890 (£630 * 3) as for my dependents.
- £3310 as my maintainance funds.
My spouse is planning to use super priority service whereas we want to go ahead with strandard service for my two children's application.
I understand that once my spouse moves on PBS dependent Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa, the existing ICT Tier2 visa will be cancelled and thus my children's ICT Tier 2 Staff dependent visas will be ceased. Not sure if I am correct but I dont want to get in situation where my children are not on visa. Hence, I am totally confused , looking for guidance and expert advise on how to file dependent's application.
Q-1: Shall I first file applications for my chidren to move on PBS dependent Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa using standard service and after somedays my husband should file his application to move on PBS dependent Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa using super priority service?
Q-2: If the above is fine then how many days shall my spouse should wait to file application?
Q-3: Any other better approach that I should take?
Appreciate your quick reply.
Thanks in advance!
Once your husband applies for a dependent visa, the current visa continues to be valid until the dependant visa is approved. So there should be no impact on the employment.ioftiger wrote: ↑Sun Apr 14, 2019 6:42 pmHi Marcnath,
Thanks for your reply.
Its an obivious question and I should have clarified the same earlier. My husband wants to go ahead with Super Priority visa as he wants to continue his job. If he goes with standard route then the employer will not agree unless the visa is actually approved on paper/ biometric card is received whereas there is no such compeltion for my children.
I hope this answere's your question. Appreciate if could you let me on my orignal questions or if our approach is totally wrong.
Ok.ioftiger wrote: ↑Mon Apr 15, 2019 12:13 amHi Marcnath,
Thanks for your reply.
I think this should be fine if he continues with same employer but what if he has to switch job. In such casen the new employer will accept only the valid visa document. Although its mentioned the standard route would take 8 weeks but not sure how much will it take. Looking at this uncertainty he is planning to go through super priority root.
This takes back to the original question on which I am looking advice from experts like you. Kindly, advise accordingly.