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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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