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    Veteran ผู้มีประสบการณ์ toddmeister's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by tudorowen1 View Post
    i must admit this new method of applying has me worried.So far I have learned I need a scanner and I need to learn about jpegs and PDF files..and these files must not be larger than 6 Megabytes or is that Kilobytes? That is about all I know!
    If you don't have access to a scanner or are worried about uploading everything then this can be done at the appointment by their staff. I think you may have to book this as an additional option when you book the appointment and I guess is chargeable. Will obviously mean a much longer appointment too but its an option if you're worried or struggling

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    Quote Originally Posted by tudorowen1 View Post
    I am constantly following posts for FLR and ILR as I am applying for my wife in February or March..I found the old method of applying fairly easy but i must admit this new method of applying has me worried.So far I have learned I need a scanner and I need to learn about jpegs and PDF files..and these files must not be larger than 6 Megabytes or is that Kilobytes? That is about all I know!
    There are tutorials that explain the file types, first one is pdf:
    second explains jpeg and why they are used:

    Hope this helps a little.
    bangkok mags

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    Hi,

    So having just gone through this and uploaded documents to UKVCAS and we have our appointment this weekend. I didn't want to use the service offered by UKVCAS as in my mind too expensive, but I did have my documents scanned by a local company which was reasonable (issues with my printer/scanner). Personally, I liked the ability to upload files (no issue with size), it is 6MB and exactly that! The reason I liked it is that I got some other documentation later due to school holidays which meant I could upload and then check all of the information was correct. I would worry about taking the documentation and doing on the day and forgetting something was more likely. Probably just me

    Anyway I wanted to share with you the document folder structure that was presented and how I placed information into each. Bear in mind that my application also includes 2 children as well, so here goes and for brevity I only show 1 child as same information and where applicable it includes the Thai and translated versions of the documents. Where I needed to explain something then I wrote a letter, printed, signed and scanned, then uploaded to the appropriate folder.

    If anyone notes anything missing please let me know!

    Applicant - Main
    Mandatory Documents
    Proof of Identity / Travel History
    - BRP
    - Thai Identity Card
    - Birth Certificate
    - Sponsor Passport

    Proof of Application
    - Declaration Form
    - Consent Form Part 1
    - Consent Form Part 2
    - Consent Form Part 3
    - Applicant Passport (older versions as well)


    Optional Documents
    Other
    - Daughter UK passport (Dual Nationality)
    - Daughter Thai passport

    Residence in the UK
    - Sponsor letter for Applicant allowed to stay in house
    - Shared Items of Correspondence
    - Individual Items of Correspondence
    - Mortgage Statement
    - Property Inspection Report from local Council (as have children applying as well)
    - Sponsor Letter re: above

    Finances
    - Bank Statements 6 months of

    Proof of Business
    - NA

    Life Events
    - Marriage Certificate
    - Change name documentation
    - POR KOR 14 Sole Responsibility (as children applying)

    Medical Information
    - NA

    Sponsors / Employment
    - P60
    - Payslips (covering the 6 months of banks statements showing salary paid in)
    - Signed contract of employment
    - Letter from employee

    Educational
    - A2 language certificate

    Applicant - Child
    Mandatory Documents
    Proof of Identity / Travel History
    - BRP
    - Passport (Old and New)

    Optional Documents

    Other
    - NA

    Residence in the UK
    - Sponsor letter for Applicant allowed to stay in house (same as main applicant)
    - Mortgage Statement
    - Property Inspection Report from local Council (as have children applying as well)

    Finances
    - NA (as information provided in main applicant, covers children)

    Proof of Business
    - NA

    Life Events
    - Change name documentation
    - POR KOR 14 Sole Responsibility (as children applying)

    Medical Information
    - NA

    Sponsors / Employment
    - NA as provided in main applicant

    Educational
    - Letters from school (also used as shared items of correspondence)






    Cheers,
    David

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    Just an update to say thanks for all your responses and help as both my partner and children have gained FLR and received updated BRPs. Now to start thinking about ILR, thankfully my partner has already passed the Life in the UK test (hopefully they won't change it!), just the B1 language and hopefully the online form will be similar.

    Thanks again.

    David

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