Tuesday, 22 September 2015

New successful case and testimonial on switching to a UK Spouse visa from a Tier 4 student visa inside the UK for a Haitian husband of a UK national.

“Hi Lucy, I wanted to email you to say a hugeeeeeeeeeeeeeee (we left the original spelling!) thank you for all your support during the visa application process. You were confident we would be successful, and I am so happy that you were correct! Thank You.”

This came from Lazenya, a British national whose husband was from Haiti. In this application the British spouse was meeting the Financial Requirement using income from employment under the Category B. It was a combination of employment in Haiti, employment in the UK and then a current job in the UK. Such a combination is allowed by the Immigration Rules.  

We made an application on same-day service in Croydon and all went well on the day.

The next step will be to extend a Spouse visa for further 2.5 years and apply for permanent residency after 5 years.  

For an individual advice or to make your application as successful please contact us: info@1st4immigration.com or visit   http://www.1st4immigration.com/spouse-partner-visas-after-9-july-2012.php  

To read about our OISC-accredited adviser Lucy Crompton, who handled the case on the day-to-day basis, please visit http://www.1st4immigration.com/about.php#advisers

If you are an Immigration Adviser or a Solicitor please visit our immigration Training and CPD website: www.1st4immigration.com/training We have a weekend OISC Level 1 course every month, a Saturday Points-Based System course every month and we also have online training courses, including Online OISC Level 1 course and courses focusing on the British Citizenship and Spouse/Partner visas. All our training courses are CPD-accredited with CPD credit accepted by  OISC.