At Hadi Law Solicitors, our Immigration Solicitors are ready to assist you in acquiring a Fiancé, Fiancée, Or Proposed Civil Partner Visa. With over 20 years of experience, we have provided sound guidance to numerous clients on immigration law matters.
“Ivan and the team were very professional in the handling of the application for Spousal Visa for the UK. I was probably not the easiest person as I did not provide all the documents quickly but they were very patient and everything was approved with no problem.”
As a team, we prioritise transparency when assessing our clients' chances of success. We take the time to carefully understand your circumstances, and if the pursuit of a Fiancé, Fiancée, Or Proposed Civil Partner Visa is not the most suitable immigration pathway for you, we will propose alternative options such as the Skilled Worker Visa. We understand that your visa application involves a significant investment of both time and money, so we are dedicated to presenting choices and legal advice that yield effective outcomes.
Please call us for an initial consultation on 01772 447000 or request a callback.
Below are some FAQs regarding the Fiancé, Fiancée, Or Proposed Civil Partner Visa.
What is a Fiancé, Fiancée, Or Proposed Civil Partner Visa?
A UK Fiancé, Fiancée, Or Proposed Civil Partner Visa is a type of visa that permits individuals engaged to a UK-based partner to enter the UK for the purpose of marrying their partner (often referred to as the 'sponsor') within six months of their arrival in the UK. This visa category falls under the broader umbrella of the UK Family Visa.
How long can I stay in the UK?
The UK Fiancé, Fiancée, Or Proposed Civil Partner Visa lasts six months, during which you are typically required to marry your British partner. If you intend to stay in the UK beyond the expiration of your Fiancé, Fiancée, Or Proposed Civil Partner Visa, you must submit an application for another UK visa. In most cases, people holding a UK Fiancé, Fiancée, Or Proposed Civil Partner Visa opt to switch to the UK Spouse/Civil Partner Visa, which can eventually lead to the grant of Settlement and the opportunity to acquire British citizenship.
What are the eligibility requirements?
To be eligible for a Fiancé, Fiancée, Or Proposed Civil Partner Visa, you must meet the following criteria:
Both you and your prospective spouse need to be at least 18 years old.
You and your prospective spouse must have previously met each other.
Both you and your prospective spouse must have the intention of establishing a permanent shared residence once you are married.
You must demonstrate the termination of any prior relationships for either you or your partner, whether they were marital or unmarried partnerships.
You and your prospective spouse must possess adequate financial resources to sustain yourselves and any dependents without having to rely on public assistance.
Your fiancé, fiancée, or proposed civil partner must have an annual income of at least £18,600 or possess sufficient savings to serve as a sponsor for you. If you are also sponsoring children as dependents, the financial requirement will be higher.
Adequate accommodation must be available for you, your prospective spouse, and any dependents.
What makes us unique?
Our immigration law team is composed of Solicitors with full accreditation, and our lead partner brings more than twenty years of experience to the table. Our clients can rest assured that they are accessing the latest immigration law guidance, and we are committed to relentlessly striving for positive outcomes.
“Hadi Law as been Amazing in our process for Marriage & Spouse visa applications, Ivan very professional /friendly keeping us both up to date with the application, Very happy with the service from Hadi Law, will defiantly recommend Hadi Law and will be using them in the future.”
For further information speak to us on 01772 447000 or reach out to us on our 7 day a week WhatsApp helpline07869760533.