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Soon to start FLR visa

Discussion in 'UK Visa and Immigration Help' started by thingymejig2, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. thingymejig2
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    thingymejig2 Active Member

    Hi all,

    I've been quiet for a while as I've been enjoying every minute of having my fiancee here in the UK (0n a fiance visa). It's been like a dream :)

    So we're both looking forward to getting married next month, which means the next stage of the visa process is rapidly approaching :-|

    As I understand it, FLR(M) is the next step. I followed a link on the UK gov site to here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publi...-uk-as-a-partner-or-dependent-child-form-flrm

    So, before I start burying my head in this, I just wanted to make sure I'm on the right track - or that something else doesn't supersede it?

    Thank you!
  2. UKDJ
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    UKDJ Active Member

    That looks right - even if the number of routes/links to get to the correct form are infinite!
    One thing that is confusing - as you follow various links from that page - is that it mentions '... Living together for 2 years' - not possible if moving from Fiance(e) to FLR(M) Visa! - I think that's because this form 'doubles up' for use as a 2nd FLR(M) application too...?
  3. bigmac
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    bigmac Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    yep--thats it. done online now.

    try to find some items of correspondence addressed to both of you at your address.
  4. florgeW
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    florgeW Lady Mod Senior Member

    good luck!
  5. thingymejig2
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    thingymejig2 Active Member

    Thanks all.

    Already have water, gas/electricity and council tax bills in joint names, and just signed up for a joint bank account last weekend (awaiting postal correspondence). Oh and as my house insurance just got renewed a few days ago, I added her to that too.

    She has two cashcards (with accompanying welcome letters), a letter from the NHS (regarding being an organ donor), and various clubcards in her name. So I reckon I should have more than enough.

    Do they have to be dated within the last 3 months or 6 months?
  6. Mattecube
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    Mattecube Glad i did it Trusted Member

    As you have been together a short period just send them what you have.
  7. PorkAdobo
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    PorkAdobo Active Member


    That collection is many times more than what I submitted (a sole council tax bill). You have got that part of the application comfortably sorted out.

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