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    Thank you Flip. I will not mention them then, but submit them and just see what happens. The evidence of our constant contact through messaging and snapshots I take of our video calls everyday I hope will be enough to show them it is genuine...plus we will be married in a few weeks from now too. Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by rasg View Post
    I thought it was. You need to send the most up to date. For all they know you may have lost your job...
    I agree with rasg. You need to send them the most up to date bank statements prior to the date of your application. Either 6 months from 1 employment or 12 months from several employers if you have changed jobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allyouneedislove View Post
    I did think this myself, but my latest payslip will show them my employment is a continued one...
    you are supposed to provide a letter confiming your status from your employer ,ie contract ,hours, pay, full time , but for all others your last 3 years of p60 will be great remember bank accounts can be cooked ,wage slips and p60 are the best supplemented by bank statements in that order ,good luck,,like i said the paper clips these are documents the govenrnment can check easy ie passport ,p60

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    I already know about the other employer supporting documents that are needed thank you samsung.
    I am curious... Those of you here that have previously submitted an application for settlement,...when you provided proof of daily messages (as part of ongoing relationship / contact proof), did you blur out any of your conversations but keep the dates and recipients clear?? I feel it's a bit intrusive if they read through your months of conversations!? Bit strange and slightly embarrassing too

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    Yes I did, I left the first hello's etc. in and blanked the rest with an explanation it was for privacy.

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    They probably don't read the conversations unless they are trying to confirm why they should issue a refusal or they smell something fishy.

    I saw a refusal last year, (not sure if it was on here) where part of the refusal was because the couple had, had a conversation and left it in their Whatsapp log. In short they discussed applying for a month and then the woman staying for the full six. It wasn't the whole reason for refusal but it contributed to it.

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    Bit silly leaving that in their log. Conversations with my wife are in Thai, I still edited all the personal stuff out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonN View Post
    Bit silly leaving that in their log. Conversations with my wife are in Thai, I still edited all the personal stuff out.
    It was but it was enough to have the visa application refused. I bet most don't check.

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    i paid 02 for a copy of there records tex messages and phone calls there log does not give details of the actual message only that a tex had been sent to that number which was a +66 date and time ,

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    Maybe a silly question, but after your wives obtained the settlement visa, were you able to book a one way flight to the UK without any problems?? I'm guessing this should be fine but the question has crossed my mind a few times. Cheers

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    Yes you can. Most of the airlines offer it now. If you get a crazy price, buy a return and just don't use the return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allyouneedislove View Post
    Maybe a silly question, but after your wives obtained the settlement visa, were you able to book a one way flight to the UK without any problems?? I'm guessing this should be fine but the question has crossed my mind a few times. Cheers
    My wife was staying at her cousin and his wife's place in Bangkok waiting for her settlement visa. It only took a couple of weeks in 2016. She picked the visa up in the morning and flew back to the UK that same day. BA charged just over £500 one way.

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