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    You are correct, the UK is not fully signed up to...

    You are correct, the UK is not fully signed up to the Schengen Agreement and so a visa to a Schengen state is not valid for entry to the UK.

    So, unless she has dual Thai/German nationality, your...
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    One is supposed to apply to the embassy in one's...

    One is supposed to apply to the embassy in one's country of residence.

    The relevent page on the Belgian embassy's website saysWhether they have discretionary powers to accept applications from...
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    To quote John in this thread...

    To quote John in this thread
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    A standard visit visa is for 6 months. Asking for...

    A standard visit visa is for 6 months. Asking for a shorter period will not have an adverse effect on the application. You should put the length of stay you actually plan. However bear in mind that...
  5. When I said "you certainly have some explaining...

    When I said "you certainly have some explaining to do" I meant to the ECO, not to this forum. Your response "No explanations required as such" seemed to indicate that you felt that you would not need...
  6. If you think that the ECO won't want an...

    If you think that the ECO won't want an expanation of what happened to your previous marriages then yes, she probably will be refused.
  7. She has had two settlement visas before with...

    She has had two settlement visas before with different sponsors?
    Or
    You have sponsored two settlement visas before for different people?
    Or
    You have sponsored her twice before but she has never...
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    I'll remember him as the Chancellor who decided...

    I'll remember him as the Chancellor who decided to tax pension funds, thus at a stroke reducing the future pension of everyone who had been saving for their retirement by nearly half. :bah:
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    Yes she will; photo and fingerprints. See...

    Yes she will; photo and fingerprints.

    See Biometric.

    Marco,

    The VAC recommends allowing 1 month for processing non-settlement applications. Having said that, just before Christmas my...
  10. Many apologies, I have to admit that I missed...

    Many apologies, I have to admit that I missed that bit! :o

    I, too, am now confused. Do they mean if the child is travelling with his/her parent(s)? Or do they mean all children, whether the...
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    This worries me. Are you saying that she paid...

    This worries me.

    Are you saying that she paid a friend to provide an employer's letter? Or did this friend actually give her a job?

    Either way, the ECO would not have believed that a...
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    On a beautiful summer's day, two English tourists...

  13. Yes, VAF1B is the right form. Completing it...

    Yes, VAF1B is the right form. Completing it online means that you can make an appointment with the VAC to hand in supporting docs etc., which may save a wait if they are busy.

    Part 5. Presumably...
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    Well done. Have you considered the Pass Plus...

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    6.1.4 What country is she in now? That is the...

    6.1.4 What country is she in now? That is the country she is applying in. Is she a national of that country? If not, what is her immigration status there?(The UK is the country she is applying to.)
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    I think it's up to individual priests. I...

    I think it's up to individual priests.

    I remember being told that you can also confirm your vows at a registry office, the ceremony being the same as for an actual wedding except you don't sign...
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    Yes, hence my post following. I see no reason to...

    Yes, hence my post following. I see no reason to change anything in that post.
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    Then it appears that she was the victim of an...

    Then it appears that she was the victim of an error. Probably the ECO missing her leave of absence letter. You have my sympathies. Did you persue the matter further? You certainly should have done.
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    If you are the spouse or civil partner of a...

    If you are the spouse or civil partner of a British citizen then:-
    You need to have been in the UK on the exact day 3 years prior to applying. It doesn't matter what type of visa you first entered...
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    No it hasn't. The clerical processing of...

    No it hasn't. The clerical processing of applications is, and has been for a while now, handled by a private company acting under contract, but the people who make the decisions are the same as they...
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    To be blunt, it's too long. My suggestion. ...

    To be blunt, it's too long.

    My suggestion.

    Para 1. Briefly introduce yourself, the applicant (include contact details for you both) and what your relationship is.

    Para 2. A brief history of...
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    Quite. If she wants to come to the UK to study...

    Quite.

    If she wants to come to the UK to study English then she should apply for a student visa.

    If her purpose is to visit you then she should apply for a visit visa.
  23. I believe so, yes. Except for those applying...

    I believe so, yes. Except for those applying under European law.

    What is even more annoying for someone in your situation is that before the introduction of the KOL requirement your wife would not...
  24. I can see three reasons for doing so as soon as...

    I can see three reasons for doing so as soon as you can:-
    1) This government keeps on moving the goalposts and introducing rule changes with very little advance publicity; you don't want to suddenly...
  25. Isn't the 'bit' at the embassy a requirement of...

    Isn't the 'bit' at the embassy a requirement of Thai law, not UK law?When I left the UK in March 2000 I had no intention of getting married, indeed had not even met Noi. We met each other in April,...
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