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    FLR-M application done.

    Well the FLR-M Application has been done.

    we chose to do the online version which was quite easy to complete. I like the fact you pay online instead of putting your card details on the paper application and having to wait for UKVI to take the money.

    So we sent the supporting documents. Interestingly, the biometrics letter is downloaded after you pay and you take it to the post office.

    So the anxious wait begins.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekee View Post
    Well the FLR-M Application has been done.

    we chose to do the online version which was quite easy to complete. I like the fact you pay online instead of putting your card details on the paper application and having to wait for UKVI to take the money.

    So we sent the supporting documents. Interestingly, the biometrics letter is downloaded after you pay and you take it to the post office.

    So the anxious wait begins.
    Well done, I'm sure all will be ok. if so, another bridge crossed, good luck


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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekee View Post
    Well the FLR-M Application has been done.

    we chose to do the online version which was quite easy to complete. I like the fact you pay online instead of putting your card details on the paper application and having to wait for UKVI to take the money.

    So we sent the supporting documents. Interestingly, the biometrics letter is downloaded after you pay and you take it to the post office.

    So the anxious wait begins.
    We got to the post office dead on opening time for Harlene's biometrics. Only takes 5 minutes. Only downside was the nearest post office to us that did it was around 12 miles away.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slip View Post
    We got to the post office dead on opening time for Harlene's biometrics. Only takes 5 minutes. Only downside was the nearest post office to us that did it was around 12 miles away.
    Yes. We had to drive 12 miles today. But it's done.


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    Glad to know they are making things easier for applying now.
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    We had to revert to the 10 year route so another 3 applications not nice ... we opted for Premium service so you know on the day the results.. wishing you all the best. John & Angeline
    "Nothing ventured, nothing gained"
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    Quote Originally Posted by songz777 View Post
    We had to revert to the 10 year route so another 3 applications not nice ... we opted for Premium service so you know on the day the results.. wishing you all the best. John & Angeline
    Would have loved to do the premium service. But money was an issue for us.


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    Hi Cheekee,

    This is Pamela. I am due to apply for FLR in December. Could you tell us what are the supporting documents you have submitted. When do you think I will apply if my spouse visa is expiring on December 31st?

    Thank you very much

    Regards,

    Pam


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    The documents I sent were:

    Mandatory documents:

    The passport issued by Philippines for Applicant

    One passport photo for Sponsor/partner (full name written on back)

    Two passport photos for Applicant (full name written on back)

    The biometric residence permit.

    Supporting documents.

    Personal bank statements corresponding to the same period(s) as the payslips showing that the salary has been paid into an account in the name of the person or in the name of the person and their partner jointly.

    Any relevant declarations or third party consent to request verification checks

    Birth certificates

    Evidence of Sponsors/partners immigration status in the UK (my Passport)

    The language test certificate to prove the level of English language required (Ielts life skills B1)

    Evidence of council tax costs for the accommodation in the UK where you live or will live

    A letter from the employer(s) who issued the payslips confirming
    1. the employment;
    2. the gross annual salary;
    3. how long the employment has been/was held;
    4. the period over which the person has been paid the level of salary stated in their application; and
    5. the type of employment (permanent, fixed-term contract or agency)

    A P60 for the relevant period(s) of employment relied upon

    A marriage certificate, or a reasonable equivalent

    Payslips covering a period of 6 months prior to the date of application

    Evidence of where our daughter's other parent lives (me)

    Items of correspondence addressed to us at the the same address as evidence you have been living together since your last grant of leave in this category, or from the date you first started living together, up to a maximum of 2 years.

    Items of correspondence should be addressed to you jointly or in both your names. The dates of the items of correspondence should be spread evenly over the whole 2 years. They should be from at least 3 different sources. If you do not have enough items in your joint names, you may also provide items addressed to each of you individually if they show the same address for both of you. For example - 4 items of correspondence in joint names to the same address and 2 items addressed to each partner at the address. In total 8 items would need to be submitted. If you and your partner have no bills or correspondence in joint names to the same address and 2 items addressed to each partner at the address.

    In total 8 items would need to be submitted. If you and your partner have no bills or correspondence in
    joint names, you will need to submit 12 items (6 each) of correspondence evidencing that you reside
    together at the same address.
    Documents provided must be originals. Examples of acceptable items include:
    Letters or other documents from government departments or agencies, for example HM Revenue
    and Customs, Department for Work and Pensions, DVLA, TV Licensing
    Letters or other documents from your GP, a hospital or other local health service about medical
    treatments, appointments, home visits or other medical matters
    Bank statements or letters
    Building society savings books or letters
    Council tax bills or statements
    Electricity or gas bills or statements
    Water rates bills or statements
    Mortgage statements or agreement
    Tenancy agreement(s)
    Telephone bills or statements

    Evidence of monthly housing costs for the accommodation in the UK where you live or will live

    If you have received a new passport since your last leave to remain application, and your visa is in your old
    passport, you must include both passports.


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    We applied just before the biometric residence permit expired but I think you can apply after 30 months.


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    It's been over 2 weeks and still no acknowledgment that they received our documents. Only proof we have is they signed for the delivery at the po box.

    What a joke.


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    Thanks Cheekee, hope you won't wait any longer


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    Hi Cheekee! Have you submitted photographs of you and your partner as well, cards etc?

    Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by edd View Post
    Hi Cheekee! Have you submitted photographs of you and your partner as well, cards etc?

    Thanks
    No. Unlike the spouse visa when your spouse is in the Philippines it was not necessary to submit photos as evidence. They want official letters in joint names or more in separate names to prove you are living together. The only photos we submitted were two passport photos of my wife and one of me. You have to put your full names on the back of them.

    "Items of correspondence addressed to you at the the same address as evidence you have been living together since your last grant of leave in this category, or from the date you first started living together, up to a maximum of 2 years.

    Items of correspondence should be addressed to you jointly or in both your names. The dates of the items of correspondence should be spread evenly over the whole 2 years. They should be from at least 3 different sources. If you do not have enough items in your joint names, you may also provide items addressed to each of you individually if they show the same address for both of you. For example - 4 items of correspondence in joint names to the same address and 2 items addressed to each partner at the address. In total 8 items would need to be submitted. If you and your partner have no bills or correspondence in joint names to the same address and 2 items addressed to each partner at the address"


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