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    Hi need some guidance please
    My wife is due to give birth to our son in January in Thailand
    We will be applying for spouse visa February
    Hoping to come to uk with newborn in may.
    Will be arranging uk passport at same time as visa for my wife.
    Visa application asks for child’s passport number which we won’t have at time of application.
    Question is should I leave this blank and make a sub note or should I wait for baby passport before completing spouse visa
    Any info much appreciated

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    if the child has a UK passport, there would be no need to mention the child on any visa application

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    Thank you
    It’s daunting sometimes making sure everything is in order
    much appreciated

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    Hello
    If I meet the minimum income as part of settlement visa for my wife.(full time employment)
    Is it nessasary to provide any savings?
    Reason being I have little in savings and a small loan.
    Not sure if this can be a reason for refusal
    Thanks in advance for any info regarding this

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    As long as you earn over £18600 you do not have to worry..It is not necessary to mention any loans. If your savings are above £16000 then the amount over that stated amount can be added to your minimum income if you do not quite meet the minimum income hurdle..(ie..If you have £20000 in savings then £4000 divided by 5 = £800 could be added to your minimum income.so you could earn £18000 but claim capital of £800 to be added to it) If your savings are below £16000 you can add the interest to your minimum income .The second most important thing after the minimum income that is looked for is suitable accomodation..

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    Thank you
    That’s one less thing I need to worry about
    Much appreciated

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    Yes the accommodation is a 1 bedroom flat (housing association,secured tenancy) I will be supplying this document in original format.
    From my understanding if the child is under 1 years old a 1 bedroom flat is still suitable accommodation.
    Maybe someone could confirm this.

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    You are fine with a 1 bedroom flat and a small child.
    Children under 10 don't count apparently.

    Have a read of this link to Shelter about the standards of how many people per room etc.

    https://england.shelter.org.uk/housi...s/overcrowding

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    Thank you
    I have checked the link
    Good info

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    Thank you
    I have checked the link
    Good info

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    Regarding to the size of the property
    I will be drawing the dimensions on some plain A4 size paper.(pencil and ruler)
    I’m no architect but presume this is adequate.
    Anyone sent drawings in before that could advise me
    Thanks

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    If you can take some photos..and send them in..

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    Never sent any photos, measurements or similar. Just a description and copy of the council tax bill.

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    Ok thanks

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    Hello
    When sending my company employment contract (supporting documents)should I send all, as it’s about 15 pages mentioning policy guidelines etc or just send pages mentioning start date and salary
    Any advise much appreciated

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    Submit what you think is appropriate..It cannot do any harm to include them but the start date and salary are the important parts..Just depends if your folder is a little too thin or too thick!

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    Thank you
    I will send all

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    Just want to say thanks to everyone who has replied to this thread
    I will be leaving to Thailand in a couple of weeks to arrange uk passport for baby and settlement visa for my wife.
    If I can be of any help to other people in the same experience I will keep you updated and will be happy to provide any info on this matter
    Richard

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