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    they also like the elephant ring binder not the hard back folders for a 4 paper the soft ones bendable ones
    Quote Originally Posted by Rsmith89 View Post
    Hi everyone just putting together all the docs at the moment and realising there is a lot of them!

    Does it matter if the folder is quite big? Im director of my own Limited Company so I've read up on the financial requirements and there's a lot I've gathered for this obviously along with all our relationship evidence like flight details hotel stays Skype calls WhatsApp messages etc the file is gonna be pretty big just wondering if that makes any difference?
    Also does every original document have to be sent along with a copy? Or is it just certain documents?

    Thanks in advance


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    Default Link to a THAI web site which explains UK visitor visa requirements.

    Hi all,

    Is it possible someone could forward me on a URL for Thai Speakers that explains what is required to obtain a UK visitor visa. I try and explain to my girlfriend that we need to jump through several hurdles before UK immigration will issue a visitor visa but she does not understand why the process is so complicated.

    Thanks in advance

    Rob.

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    You are better off starting a new thread so that your request is seen.

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    A big big thank you to Kev aka Frogster and everyone else on this website.

    My wife got her settlement visa today

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    Congratulations to you both

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    Hi everyone, I'm a newbie to this forum. Firstly thanks for all this info!
    A few questions about a settlement visa...

    1: If we move address once my soon to be wife lives here, do we have to notify anybody?

    2: What is the current total cost in GBP of the settlement visa and NHS charge?

    3: The required income...from what I can understand, is a combined amount of £18,600? Not an income requirement per person? Just read a reply that made it sound like each person requires an income of £18,600 that was all. Surely there aren't many Thai women that earn that amount per year!?

    Thanks in advance for all replies

    Kev

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    Thanks for the good thread.

    Only one small thing i would add is that it is requested on other countries sites to put the reference number in the header at the top right of your cover letter/index and on the envelope when it is being sent to Sheffield.

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    This thread is incredible. Had to sign up just to say thanks!!

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    Hi Chaps, I've spent the last hour & half reading this superb post. Thanks Frogster for sharing your experience of the process, and to everybody else who is contributing here. I'm currently completing this (complicated) process for my wife so I've had my work cut out.

    We got married on December 27th last year, she's changed her name on her ID card, then we got the passport in her married name.

    I have a question - when completing a Thai partner/wife's application (including the online section) do you give the full married name and nickname (anywhere in the application), or just the full married name?

    Thanks folks.
    Last edited by PEL2112UK; 14th Apr 2018 at 05:56. Reason: Additional question

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    Just use your spouse's full name as given on her ID card and Thai passport and you'll be fine as that's her legal name for any official purposes.

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    Fill in all the forms using the guidelines. The personal stuff you can provide in your supporting evidence and letters. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEL2112UK View Post
    I have a question - when completing a Thai partner/wife's application (including the online section) do you give the full married name and nickname (anywhere in the application), or just the full married name?
    I used the full name for the application itself. In my wife's sponsor letter at the beginning I put aka (also known as) and then used her nickname throughout the rest of the letter.

    So many Thai real names are pretty long and the letter flows better imho using the nickname.

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    Use the full married name in your wife's passport.

    This is very important as this name will then be on your wife's BRP card when she arrives in England.

    Make sure that there are no differences between the name on your wife's passport and the online application form.

    As for your wife's nickname, you can make reference to it on your supporting letter (like rasg did) but NOT on the application form.

    Good luck with your application.

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    Hi all,
    Can anyone tell me whether my parents can 'sponsor' my wife for a Spouse VISA if I include a cover/supporting letter from them with their accommodation and finances? Or does all relevant info have to come from me (the husband)?
    Thanks in advance,
    Nick

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    If you are living at your parents and her arrival would not make the property overcrowded. Then yes for the accommodation element. You can demonstrate that she has adequate accommodation at your parents with you.

    But I you need to demonstrate that from your own resources you can meet the income/savings requirement.

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    My son in law is applying for an ILR for his Thai wife (my daughter) through a lawyer in the UK. He lives in England
    his wife with us in Thailand. The lawyer has requested all original documents. ( her A1 english test certificate, TB screening certificate, etc)
    When she needs to visit VFS in Bangkok to do biometrics can anyone tell me what documents she will need to take with her...the lawyer is apparently filling in the visa application form.

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    A1 English Test? this isn't good enough for the ILR.
    You need a different Lawyer or to read up a bit more.
    You sure this is ILR or Settlement?

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    Sorry ILR was my son in laws terminology.
    My daughter wishes to enter the UK as the wife of a British Citizen that is his lawyers terminology. So I take it that would be a Spouse visa?
    Any help with what documents she will need to present at VFS Bangkok? the lawyer want all originals sent to England so they can send to Sheffield.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    I suppose what I should have asked was: has anyone used a uk based immigration lawyer to secure a spouse visa for their wife living in Thailand and was there any pitfalls.
    I personally would not pay someone £1000 to do what I could do myself.... but it isn't me doing it.
    Just trying to help my daughter :-)

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    If you are British and you're her Dad , does she not have a British Passport ?, that would eliminate any need for Visas .
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