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I’m applying for a fiance visa: what evidence should I provide to successfully prove our intention to marry? 

QUESTION: I'm applying for a fiance visa: what evidence do you suggest me provide UKBA in order to successfully prove my intention to marry my foreign fiance here in London?

 

In answer to the question, you would need to provide evidence of your relationship as follows:

1.    Evidence of  how and when you met
2.    If you have lived together before and correspondence in your respective names sent at the same address
3.    Evidence of your communications by way of emails, letters ,phone bills, face-book transcripts etc
4.    Money transfer slips showing you have sent each other money
5.    Receipts for gifts sent to each other
6.    Special occasion cards sent to each other
7.    Photographs with you together and with friends and family
8.    Letters of support from family and friends who know of their relationship  

I hope this helps.

October 2011
Liza Mills
Immigration Caseworker
Greenfields Solicitors
Tel: 020 8884 1166
www.greenfieldssolicitors.com

 

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