Unmarried Partner Visa
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Unmarried Partner Visa
What is the Unmarried Partner Visa
The current Immigration rules in the UK allows an unmarried partner to enter or remain in the UK on the basis that they are in a relationship with a person who is present and ‘settled in the UK’. The Rules allow for a person who is not married nor in a civil partnership to join a partner who is settled in the UK, provided certain conditions are met.
Need help applying for an Unmarried Partner Visa?
Contact Master Legal Services for a free initial consultation on your immigration circumstances, we are available on 020 8935 5205 or via Whatsapp on 07710987064.
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Eligibility Requirements for Unmarried Partner Immigration Visa
There is a similar set of eligibility criteria as the spouse visa which needs to be met for a successful application:
- You and your spouse are over 18 years’ old.
- The financial requirement should be met.
- You must show that any previous relationship that you or your partner were involved in (whether it be as a married or an unmarried couple) has ended.
- You need to show that you have been living with your partner for at least two years in a relationship similar to marriage. You will need to provide documentary evidence confirming this.
- You must have suitable accommodation available for you, your partner and any dependants.
- You must also satisfy the English language requirements.
Financial Requirements for Unmarried Partner Visa Application
You are required to show that you and your partner have sufficient funds to support yourselves (and any dependants) without claiming public funds.
Your unmarried GBR or settled partner must be earning at least £18,600 per annum or savings to be able to sponsor you.
If also sponsoring children as dependents then the financial requirement will increase:
- additional £3,800 for a first child (who is not British, settled or an EEA national); plus
- an additional £2,400 for each additional child (who is not British, settled or an EEA national).
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How we can help
At Master Legal Services we have a team of experienced specialists, all based in London and ready to provide you with a free initial assessment regarding your immigration matter. You can contact us on 020 8935 5205, +44 7710987064 or by email email@example.com
- A comprehensive consultation and assessment of your case;
- Advising you about the relevant documents and immigration requirements;
- Filling in the application form;
- Checking your documents to make sure that they meet the requirements;
- Drafting a cover letter in support of your immigration matter;
- Correspondence with the Home Office / UKVI;
- Advising about booking biometric appointments or using the new UKVCAS IDV app;
- Submission of all necessary documentation to the Home Office / UKVI system.