Proposed Civil Partner Visa UK - All you need to know. Free advice from leading immigration lawyers in London. Call - 020 3540 770
The Proposed Civil Partner visa is a permit that allows civil partners to come into the United Kingdom on the basis of their relationship with a UK based settled person. A settled person is an individual who is not subject to immigration restrictions.
You will be able to apply for entry clearance as a proposed civil partner for the purpose of registering your civil partnership in the UK a person who is present and settled in the United Kingdom. Importantly, after leave has been granted as a proposed civil partner , you should then proceed to registering your civil partnership after which you may then apply for leave to remain as a civil partner from inside the country. We advise that you should make an in-country application for a leave to remain as a civil partner before the expiration of the current civil partner visa.
Applicants will not be granted entry clearance as a Proposed Civil Partner if:-
Eligibility here pertains to the proposed civil partner's eligibility to make an entry clearance application to join their partner in the United Kingdom.
The sponsor will need to be earning a minimum gross income of GBP 18,600 per annum. Importantly, you will need to show the sum of GBP3, 800 for every additional child dependent on the application. Please speak to one of our immigration lawyers if you need help with calculating your financial requirement based on your individual case
In order to meet the English language requirements, the following must requirements must be met:-
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