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Since the introduction of a new financial requirement on 9 July 2012, the process of obtaining a UK marriage, fiancee and unmarried (de facto) partner visa under the settlement category has become increasingly complex. Many UK sponsors, including British citizens and legal permanent residents, who seek to make a settlement application for their foreign partner, fiancee or spouse to join them in the UK are unable to satisfy the strict criteria set out by the UK Visas and Immigration. The minimum income threshold required to sponsor Read more
The English language requirement was first introduced by the UK Border Agency (UKBA) on 29 November 2010. Unless subject to an exemption based on age, academic qualifications, physical or mental condition or exceptional compassionate grounds, all visa applicants who are not nationals of a majority English-speaking country as defined by the UKVI, are required to pass a mandatory English test in order to qualify for an unmarried partner, spouse or fiancee visa under the settlement category. The UKVI list of approved English test providers Read more
Since the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is expanding its network of countries participating in the pilot pre-entry TB screening programme, more applicants are required to undergo a mandatory medical examination before they can apply for a UK fiancee, partner or spousal visa to settle in the UK. In most countries applicants must be tested for active tuberculosis at the medical facilities run by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM). Only certificates issued by the IOM will be accepted by the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI). Read more