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Fiancée Applications from Outside UK

As a top UK immigration law firm, our lawyers will advise on partners who wish to join their sponsors in the UK for the purpose of marrying and settling in the UK.

Our immigration lawyers have over 16 years of experience in dealing with fiancée visa applications made from outside the United Kingdom so choosing a lawyers from Westkin Associates means choosing the right person to help you obtain your fiancée visa. We pride ourselves on our through and deatailed approach to handling each individual case. We carefully assess each individual’s application and case and offer tailored advice that is based around our core values of transparancy, effiency and honesty.

Contacting as today has never been easier! We are reachable via  0207 118 8005 or email us via info@westkin.com and see how we can project manage each step of your application.

Any immigration application can be a stressful and worrying affair. Westkin Associates understand the emotional and financial commitment of each client and we always go beyond our clients’ expectations to ensure that they not only recieve the outcome that they want, but to also offer them the support they need in a stressful time. When you contact Westkin Associates we match your particular case to the lawyer whose appear of expertise relates to your query. By matching the right lawyer to the right case we can increase the likelihood of your application being successful and you obtaining the visa that you seek. Click here to meet our team of expert immigration lawyers.

Although there is a degree of similarities which can be drawn up from a fiancée visa application and a marriage visa application, there are some key differences between the two, with an obvious difference being that the fiancée application does not require a marriage certificate.

This page deals with the requirements if you are outside the UK.

Other mandatory requirements that visa applicants must meet include:

  • The sponsor and the applicant must be at least 18 years old at the time of submission.
  • The sponsor and the applicant must have physically met with each other, but please note that arranged marriages where the couple have met is also acceptable.
  • The couple intend to marry within the 6 month fiancé visa granted whilst in the UK.
  • The couple intend to live together permanently after getting married.
  • The couple need to demonstrate that there is adequate accommodation for them to live in.
  • The couple and any non-UK dependents (usually children) can be supported without recourse to public funds.

All fiancée visa applications must be made from the applicant’s home country and once they enter the UK and get married, they can apply to stay in the country via the spouse visa route.

Westkin Associates reachable via the Enquiry box on the side of this page of on the telephone number 0207 118 4546 and on email via info@westkin.com 

Contact our team of expert lawyers today and see what we can do for you!

 

Westkin Associates

info@westkin.com

17 Hanover Square, Mayfair

London
W1S 1HT
United Kingdom

0207 1184 546

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