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    Health Surcharge

    Hi Everybody

    Does my wife who works and pays tax and insurance have to pay the health surcharge? I would appreciate any info on this. As its new to me. Any help would be appreciated.

    Sheldon


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    What's her current visa?
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    if you are applying for FLR then yes, if she is working or not. If you are applying for ILR then the answer is No.


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    Many many thanks. I don't know if have worked it out correctly. For an average FLR Surcharge it's around £500 would this be correct. I aiming this at members recently applying for their FLR would this be accurate?


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    Quote Originally Posted by sheldon1 View Post
    Many many thanks. I don't know if have worked it out correctly. For an average FLR Surcharge it's around £500 would this be correct. I aiming this at members recently applying for their FLR would this be accurate?
    I cannot give you an answer, but is sounds a lot. I'm sure someone will know!


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    Quote Originally Posted by sheldon1 View Post
    Many many thanks. I don't know if have worked it out correctly. For an average FLR Surcharge it's around £500 would this be correct. I aiming this at members recently applying for their FLR would this be accurate?
    Hi Sheldon,
    It's more like £600

    But your best best is to follow this gov.uk calculator:-

    https://www.immigration-health-surch...k/checker/type
    Last edited by Arthur Little; 20th January 2016 at 16:16. Reason: NOTHING was changed! All I did was press 'Edit' in order to copy the link posted by Terpe.


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    Thanks Terpe. I have recalculated using your link I am now getting £100. This is so confusing.......


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    I had to pay just over £600 when I applied for spouse visa three weeks ago.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sheldon1 View Post
    Thanks Terpe. I have recalculated using your link I am now getting £100. This is so confusing.......
    What visa does she currently have ?
    When does she apply for ILR ?


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    It's FLR she applying for. There is a drop down box that you have to click on. Maybe you could look Terpe clarify? It looks simple enough and I believe I am doing this correctly? But I am getting £100 Maybe everyone is different . There is a couple of FLR options though and I have tried every single one? Can I clarify this is FLR not ILR? cheekee can you confirm what was yours?


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    On the visa route question, choose "Further Leave to Remain - FLR". On the visa type, choose "Marriage - FLR(M)".
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    What was the first box you ticked Raynaputi? Alone --- Coming with dependents --- Applying to join somebody main applicant


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    Quote Originally Posted by sheldon1 View Post
    What was the first box you ticked Raynaputi? Alone --- Coming with dependents --- Applying to join somebody main applicant
    Alone, if it's just your wife.
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    Are you applying alone - yes

    Are you currently in the UK - yes

    Are you under 18 and in care - as if!

    What is your nationality - Philippines

    What is your visa route - Further leave to remain - FLR (Not O)

    What is your visa type - Marriage FLR(M)

    What is your date of birth - DDMMYYYY

    Click calculate - £500

    I'll show u if you need, dont worry


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    We just went through the FlR process and the fee is £500 and it is set at that.

    You go on to the health surcharge site and put in your details, i.e.. FLR and the cost will come up as £500, this will be for the next 30 months but you will get 33 months to play with. Once you have paid the £500 you will get a reference number. When you fill out the FLR form there is a session asking for your health surcharge number. There is no set month to start or finish, just pay the £500 and it will cover all the FLR no matter if it starts a few months later.

    We paid it in June when i was filling out the form and the wife's FLR started on the 16th Sep.


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