My fiance has now lost his last appeal and so on Sunday we will be flying out to Albania to get married and apply for a visa.We have applied for the visa already and have booked an appointment for interview for next wednesday.The judge of our original case did not believe that we had a substantial family life, as we were not living together or engaged at this point.
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I was just wondering if anyone had been in similar circumstances and if they could give me any tips on the visa application process or any other advice.
Im panicking at the moment in case we have forgotton something!!
The docs we have together are: My birth certificate (which i am going to get legalised tomorrow) CNI ( which we are picking up and getting legalised tomorrow) My fiance's birth certificate Travel docs for my fiance My wage slips Letter from my employer confirming my full time employment My bank statements My phone bills (highlighting calls made too each other) Greeting cards and photos- evidence of our relationship My fiance mortgate docs and proof of the buying of his house My fiance's wage slips my fiance's lease for the rent of his shop (he runs his own business) my fiance bank statements and phone bills I got a copy of my birth certificate as i believe that the authorities require one which has been issued in the last 30 days prior to marrying. We have not booked a appointment at the registry office, as we have been told we do not need one, is this true?
‘Although family life was seen to have existed in the United Kingdom it was not accepted the ties formed in such a short period of time would mean re-adapting to a life in your home nation would be unreasonable or unjust.
Today, Miss Ward from Chorley, Lancs said: ‘Deporting Illirjan will tear our family apart. Sofia and I would have to pack and go wherever he goes - but that would mean starting from scratch.
The couple met in 2007 when Kelly who was working in Greece for six months in between a break from starting university was served by Mehmetaj at a restaurant in the resort of Argasse on the island of Zante.
Kelly whose daughter has just celebrated her first birthday said: ‘We now have a solicitor fighting our case on the basis of Ilirjan’s right to family life.
We are hoping and praying that it works - it’s our last chance.‘We waited a year for a decision and it has only just come through.
They refused him because Sofia wasn’t born at the time, so they couldn’t take her into consideration, even though she is now a year old.
Hi Everyone I am a British Citizen and my finace is a Albanian citizen, he has lived in UK since 1999 and we have been together 2 and a half years.
The past year has been a bit of an emotional rollercoaster with court cases and appeals.