The main concern for many regarding the UK Spouse Visa is that they meet the strict financial requirements which are identified by the Home Office. In this article, we will aim to give you an easy-to-follow checklist so that you can collect everything that you need. Naturally, here at Thai Visa Express, we will double-check everything before it is submitted to the British Embassy in Bangkok as well as providing any other assistance that you may require.
Please note, the advice given in this article is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change and does not constitute legal advice.
For most people wishing to enter the UK on a UK Spouse Visa, the relevant income will be that of their sponsor – usually their husband. If this is the case, he would need to have an income of £18,600 p.a. Here is a list of the requirements:
- Documents to prove that you are legally married
- A letter from the sponsor’s employer
- Bank Statements
- Monthly Wage Slips or the previous year’s accounts if self-employed
- Proof of homeownership or a tenancy agreement
- Proof that the applicant has passed the A1 English(IELTS) test
In some cases, you may not have some of the documents above, which doesn’t necessarily mean that you can’t start the application process. Our team of advisers will look at your cases on an individual basis and provide you with any guidance.
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