Can your lawyers assist with my Spouse Visa application?
Yes, assisting with Spouse Visa applications forms a major part of our work here at the Immigration Advice Service. What sets us apart is our understanding. We understand how immensely important it is to be close to the people you love, and as a result, will do everything possible to maximise your chances of an approved application.
At your initial appointment, you will be assigned a lawyer who will sit down with you and discuss how best to structure your application. If you then wish to proceed with our Application Package, your assigned lawyer will handle all aspects of your Spouse Visa application with the utmost care and attention, going above and beyond to deliver success.
From preparing a Letter of Representation that maximises the strengths of your application to the Home Office, to conducting a thorough documentation check to ensure you have all of your supporting paperwork in place, the legal service we provide is unrivalled. We will check that you meet the Spouse Visa financial requirements, and will help you prove that your relationship is both ‘genuine’ and ‘subsisting’ as per the Home Office’s requirements.
Communication is hugely important to us. We will keep you fully informed of developments as they happen, ensuring you are both comfortable and satisfied with the way things are progressing. In addition, we will maintain a frequent dialogue with the Home Office throughout the application process.
What are the requirements for a Tier 2 Visa?
Applying for a Tier 2 Visa is absolutely vital for all persons who wish to take up employment in the UK. For your application to be a success, it is absolutely vital that you have a clear understanding of the Tier 2 Visa eligibility requirements.
The requirements are as follows:
- You must have a job offer from a UK-based company;
- You must have obtained a valid Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) from a recognised sponsor;
- You must satisfy the stated salary requirement for your chosen role;
- You must satisfy the English language requirements;
- You must prove that you can financially support yourself and any dependents you plan to bring to the UK with you without relying on public funds;
- You must Pass the “Genuine Vacancy Test”, meaning that your skills must be appropriate for your role in the UK.
Failure to satisfy the requirements could lead to you having to restart the application process from scratch. Therefore, seeking the help of one of our OISC-accredited lawyers is strongly advised.
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