The letter from your landlord will depend on what accomodation you have but generally you need a letter confirming that you rent a flat or part of a house or whatever your accomodation is. A copy of your rental agreement is also useful.
Posted 2013-03-10 12:04 PM (#56501 - in reply to #56463) Subject: Re: Any help and support appreciated, fiancé visa
Location: In the Windmills of my mind...
tyca_araujo - 2013-03-07 10:41 PM Hi Malcon, thanks for your replying! I´ve already looked into that website, but they don´t give the information I need. About the letter, is the rental agreement enough? It is my fiancé who rents the place, so the rental agreement is in his name. thank you again Patricia
You should enclose in your application, a letter from your fiances landlord stating that he rents the property, and that the landlord has no objection to you joining your fiance at the rented property address to live, also include a copy of the rental agreement...
Posted 2013-03-24 6:11 PM (#56786 - in reply to #56443) Subject: Re: Any help and support appreciated, fiancé visa
Location: Bristol & Krasnodar
The web link Malcolm gave you is the correct one for a fiancé visa. The links on that page provide all the information you will need to successfully apply for such a visa. That is not to say that you will not have questions that are easily answered by people on the forum who have went through the process than trying to get to the bottom of all the information yourself - that is, after all, one of the main purposes of this forum and helped me through the process.
In answer to your opening post, the section of the UKBA website you were looking at provides the answer to the right visa where you are applying from within the UK. As a marriage (fiance) visa has to be applied from outside the UK you need to go top the weblink Malcolm provided and then click on "Apply online" on the left hand side. This takes you to the overseas application webservice that you will need to apply through once you are ready.
Posted 2013-03-24 7:32 PM (#56791 - in reply to #56443) Subject: Re: Any help and support appreciated, fiancé visa
Hi Patricia, have you considered applying for a visitor visa for marriage followed by a settlement application. A cheaper way of achieving your goals and a much easier application for marriage, then settlement.
We have just gone through this process from Moscow, visitor visa for marriage granted in 10 days then settlement visa granted in less than 15 days.
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