Spouse or Partner Visa application for the United Kingdom

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QC Immigration is an award-winning UK immigration law firm, regulated by the OISC (Office of Immigration Services Commissioner) at the highest level. Our immigration lawyers specialize in UK Visa and Citizenship matters.

A Partner visa in the UK allows foreign nationals to enter or remain in the UK where they are in a marriage, qualifying cohabitation or civil partnership with a British citizen or a person with the UK Indefinite Leave to Remain / Settled status, i.e. someone who is living in the UK lawfully with no time limits on their stay. To qualify for entry to the UK, you will need to be granted entry clearance prior to your arrival. This route is suitable for those switching visa categories in the UK or applying from abroad.

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  • Spouses, Civil Partners or Unmarried Partners who have lived together for at least 2 years may qualify.

  • Yes, we may demonstrate that you meet the minimum threshold through employment or self-employed income, cash savings, dividends, qualifying benefits or other sources of qualifying income.

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