NEW RULES ANNOUNCED FOR SPOUSE, PARTNER AND FIANCÉ VISA APPLICATIONS

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On 8 June 2020, the UK Home Office updated its Covid-19 guidance to include reductions for those migrants and applicants who may no longer meet the minimum income threshold in spouse and partner immigration applications and on United Kingdom fiancé visa applications and English language testing for partner and spouse visa applications. #ukspousevisa #ukfiancevisa #ukvisa2020updates Minimum income requirement for Spouse, partner and fiancé immigration applications under Appendix FM According to the sources the information regarding Minimum income requirement for Spouse, partner and fiancé immigration applications under Appendix FM was removed from the Official GOV website without any reason, but later re-emerged after a few hours without the phrase “If you have suffered a loss of income due to Covid-19 pandemic, you will not be disadvantaged”. According to the latest updates the current version states that: ‘The United Kingdom Home Office will take into account employment income for the period right before the loss of income due to Covid-19, on condition that the requirement was met for no less than 6 months up to March 2020. If your salary has decreased for the reason that you are furloughed, The Home Office will consider your income as though you are earning 100% of your salary. If you are self-employed, a deficit of annual income due to Coronavirus pandemic from 1 March 2020 till 31 July 2020 will all in all be ignored, together with the impact on employment income from the similar period for future visa applications.’ Please don’t forget to subscribe to our channel as we are working very hard to find out what the current position is from the United Kingdom Home Office and will update you about this information as soon as our team gets to know. Home Office Covid-19 guidance on Fiancé applications The United Kingdom Home Office has also validated that: ‘If you are in the United Kingdom with 6 months’ leave as a fiancé / fiancée or proposed civil partner and your wedding or civil ceremony has been postponed or cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic you can either apply for a visa extension until 31 July by updating your immigration records with the Coronavirus Immigration Team, or apply to prolong your stay in the United Kingdom for a further 6 months to let the wedding or civil ceremony to happen.’ Home Office Covid-19 guidance on English language testing Regarding the English language testing, the United Kingdom Home Office also stated that: ‘If the visa applicant is asked to take an English language test as part of the visa application, the visa applicant can apply for an exemption if the test centre was closed or you were unable to travel to the test centre due to Covid-19 pandemic when you applied for the visa.’ Tags: uk spouse visa 2020, spouse visa, partner visa, spouse visa requirements, spouse visa extension, spouse visa application, applying for spouse visa, spouse visa help, spouse visa financial requirements, spouse visa renewal, apply for partner visa, uk fiance visa 2020, uk fiance visa application, uk fiance visa process, uk fiance visa covid 19, uk fiance visa requirements, uk fiance visa documents, uk fiance visa english language requirement, uk fiance visa english requirement, uk visa english language test, spouse visa uk english language test, uk english test, english language test uk visa 𝐒𝐮𝐩𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭 𝐮𝐬 𝐨𝐧 𝐏𝐚𝐭𝐫𝐞𝐨𝐧 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐛𝐞𝐜𝐨𝐦𝐞 𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐏𝐚𝐭𝐫𝐨𝐧: 🥉Bronze Patron – £1 per month: https://bit.ly/2XPxCob 🥈Silver Patron – £5 per month: https://bit.ly/36QPXFB 🥇 Gold Patron £10 per month: https://bit.ly/2ZSKwVf ⚠️GENERAL QUERIES, PLEASE EMAIL AT✉️: arsishay@gmail.com 🔶 Subscribe: https://goo.gl/KP1hnD 🔶 Facebook: https://goo.gl/UQYJZu 🔷 Website : https://goo.gl/NWHpmP 🔷 Twitter : https://goo.gl/eSTVWZ 🔶 Insta : https://goo.gl/GpjN3r ● VIDEO DISCLAIMER: http://bit.ly/2wYxYiE ● FAIR USE COPYRIGHT NOTICE : http://bit.ly/3ciBmVN

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