UK Fiance visa :
The UK Fiance visa category is for engaged partners of British citizens or persons with indefinite leave to remain who wish to enter the UK and marry within 6 months of their arrival. An application for a UK Fiance visa must be made from outside the UK.
We understand that the Fiance Visa applications can be complex and using the services of an immigration expert are highly recommended. We pride ourselves on being approachable and proactive in understanding and meeting our clients’ needs. You will need to ensure that you meet all of the mandatory requirements before you apply. You will need to complete the relevant forms and collate your evidence for submission. This will need to be extensive and prove that your relationship is genuine.
UK Fiance visa application requirements:
To qualify for a UK Fiance visa, you must satisfy the following UK Visas and Immigration requirements:
- Your partner is British or holds Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK
- You are both over the age of 18
- You have met in person
- You are both free to marry
- Your relationship is genuine, and you intend to live together permanently in the UK
- You intend to marry within six months of your arrival in the UK
- Any previous relationships have broken down permanently
- You will be adequately maintained in the UK without recourse to public funds
- There is adequate accommodation for you and any dependents
- You speak and understand English to the required level
How can you apply for a Fiance visa:
You can submit an application from outside the United Kingdom.
How can you meet the Fiance visa Financial requirements:
The minimum income of £18,600 before tax is required to meet the spouse visa financial requirement if there are no dependent children. If you have one dependent child, you will need an income of £22,400 before tax to meet the financial requirement. For any other children, the sponsor will need an extra £2,400 for each subsequent child.
You and your partner can use:
- Salaried or non-salaried income from employment before tax
- Income from self-employment or as a director of a limited company in the UK
- Cash savings above £16,000
- Money from a pension
- Non-work income, for example from property rentals or dividends
Can you use income from benefits to meet Fiance visa financial requirement?
Where your partner is in receipt of any of the following benefits or allowances in the UK, you will be able to meet the financial requirement by providing evidence of “adequate maintenance” rather than meeting an income threshold:
- Carer’s Allowance
- Disability Living Allowance
- Severe Disablement Allowance
- Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit
- Attendance Allowance
- Personal Independence Payment
- Armed Forces Independence Payment or Guaranteed Income Payment
- Constant Attendance Allowance, Mobility Supplement or War Disablement Pension
- Police Injury Pension
Duration and conditions of fiancé visa:
If the you meet the requirements you will be granted fiance visa for a period not exceeding 6 months and subject to a condition of no recourse to public funds.
You will be expected to marry prior to the expiry of your visa.
You will not be permitted to undertake any employment or self-employment while you have visa as a fiancé(e). You will only be able to work in the UK once you have got married and your application for further leave to remain on that basis has been granted.
What if you do not get married within 6 months:
If the marriage does not take place within 6 months, then there is limited provision to apply to the Home Office to extend your stay as a fiancé. The application should be made prior to the expiry of your leave. You must show that there was a ‘good reason’ why the ceremony did not take place in that time and you must provide evidence that the ceremony will take place within the next six months.
Why Choose Aaryan Solicitors?
Expert Immigration team: Aaryan Solicitors has a team of expert UK immigration and family visa solicitors who can provide you legal advice and assistance with your UK fiancé(e) visa application. Headed by partner Vikramjit Singh, an acknowledged immigration law specialist and champion of those whose status here is challenged., we have a track record of successfully pushing through applications efficiently and cost-effectively. Contact us for case assessment, eligibility requirements and supporting documents.
Competitive Prices: We offer a competitive price service without compromising on our service. Our reputation outshines other, larger family law firms in London and across the country.
Priority and super priority visa service: Our Immigration Services include specialist 24-hour visa service with UKVI, Home Office, UK Passport Office or UKVCAS. We can prepare and submit your application to the UKVCAS service point by accompanying you and get a decision within 24 hours on your application by guiding you at each step from enrolment of your biometrics to liaising with the Home Office Immigration Caseworker in achieving the desired result in one day. We can arrange an appointment for earliest available date which will be within 6 weeks from the time you instruct us. We also provide assistance with the Home Office priority and super priority service to obtain a decision on your application in matter of few days for the applications submitted from outside the United Kingdom..
Flexible payment options: We understand that family law complications often arise without notice which could become difficult in present economic climate therefore we provide flexible payment options. You may pay the agreed fees in instalments each month benefiting your needs, which will be agreed in advance.
Excellent Success Rate: We believe in a result-oriented service and as a result, our success rate is high. We pride in our highest standard of service therefore most of our clients return to us for their other legal matters.
Out of office hour unique service: We provide clients focused service keeping in consideration busy working lifestyle therefore out of office telephone and/or in person appointments are available, subject to prior bookings, from 6.00 pm to 8.30 pm weekdays, and on weekends and bank holidays.