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    Hi,

    Does this hold any advantage for us in securing a Uk Spouse Visa or even a visit visa ?? We are married (properly)

    My apologies if Naturalised isnt the correct word.
    Her mother is married to a German and has lived in that country for 16 years, and holds a German Passport.

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    Originally posted by Callum001:
    Hi,

    Does this hold any advantage for us in securing a Uk Spouse Visa or even a visit visa ?? We are married (properly)

    My apologies if Naturalised isnt the correct word.
    Her mother is married to a German and has lived in that country for 16 years, and holds a German Passport.
    No it has to be by birth right, as she was born in Thailand(i presume) then it wont work.

    If you are married I see no reason why you cant apply for spouse visa, just read all about visa's and what you need on this site.
    dont judge me by my past, I dont live there anymore.

    David & Aree

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    It might hold an advantage if your mother-im-law were living in the UK or your wife were seeking to go to Germany, but as things stand, she'll need to make an application for a settlement visa under the Immigration Rules with you as the sponsor.

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    Yes I was sure that would be the case but having had two settlement visas previously, its fair to say the British Embassy may be inclined to deny a third !

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    My apologies if Naturalised isnt the correct word.
    Her mother is married to a German and has lived in that country for 16 years, and holds a German Passport.
    Vorsprung Durch Technik.

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    You have been a busy man

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    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 stayed long enough to get ILR?

    Whichever, you certainly have some explaining to do!

    I am reminded of an incident back in 2000 when we were at the embassy applying for Noi’s visa. We were sat in the waiting area when a girl came out of one of the interview rooms looking sad and a bit tearful. She had just been refused a fiancé visa but didn’t fully understand why.

    So Noi gave me the refusal notice so that I could read it and she could then explain to the girl.

    It basically said that she had applied to go to the UK as the fiancé of Mr. X. However she had not explained what had happened to Miss Y who had been issued a visa as the fiancé of Mr. X 6 months previously!

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    No explanations required as such.

    Have been previously married twice and they had settlement visas and now reside in UK.

    As I mentioned would not be surprised to be denied a third time.

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    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.

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    I didnt say that ??

    I answered your question that no further explanation was needed now ??

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    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 to make any explanation to the ECO. Hence my comment.

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    Certain posts on the topic have been edited and a reply deleted.
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    Yes you were correct in deleting my post (or certainly one part of it ) and I apologise.

    I trust that wasnt the normal welcoming committee !!

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    I trust that wasnt the normal welcoming committee !!
    No,we normally call round with rubber hoses

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