Most of us wonder whether Brexit will impact on every part of our day to day lives, from the cost of buying a pint of milk, to the availability of prescription drugs. With Brexit pushed back to January 2020, there is additional time for families to think through the potential consequences of Brexit and the impact on them and their families and for Immigration solicitors to look at the topic of Brexit and Spouse Visas.
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Spouse Visas – now
You are married to a British citizen or a spouse who has the right to permanently live in the UK; and
You are a non EEA-national and you therefore do not have the automatic right to enter and live in the UK because you are subject to Immigration control and you do not have an alternate visa, such as a Tier 2 work visa or a Start-up visa.
UK spouse visa applications
Both be over the age of eighteen; and
Legally married or in a civil partnership (if you are not married but you are engaged or in a relationship a Family Visa may be the best Immigration option for you); and
Be in a genuine relationship and have met your spouse or civil partner – the relationship cannot be an internet based proxy marriage; and
Intend to live permanently with your spouse or civil partner; and
Have accommodation for yourself and your dependents; and
Understand and speak English; and
Be able to maintain yourself without access or recourse to public funds and meet the spouse visa financial requirement.
Spouse Visas – after Brexit
The world is shrinking with international travel and with our ability to meet future spouses over the internet or during foreign holidays; and
With Brexit comes the end of free movement but all those holiday romances that take place in Spain, Italy, Greece or indeed any other EU country, will continue. An EU national spouse will need a spouse visa.
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For fast, friendly advice from UK spouse visa solicitors call OTS Solicitors on 0203 959 9123 or compete our online enquiry form.
For the best expert legal advice and outcome on your UK Immigration application, contact OTS Immigration solicitors on 0203 959 9123 or contact us online.
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Posted on: Wednesday, 13 November, 2019