Yes I have met him,we have spent a lot of time together.we share mutual friends, that's how we met.but I want to make sure that if I was to married him,will it make thing hard for me. What could happen .I don't want to married if it's going to cause me a lot of stress because of his status
Hello please can you help me!!
I am from England and have been married to a Tunisian for 13 years
We have two children which are both in my name
He wants a divorce which is no problem but I want to ask you
He wants my sons birth certificate for the divorce.
But his name is not on it it's only mine so does he still need this ??
Please let me know
Hey Alethia, im an american from california, but im currently living in london. i dont have a visa nor national insurance and i cant find work or get any type of help. i live with a close friend of mine she works but were on really realy tight budget. any who i dont want to go back to america but my passport says i can only stay for 6 months. what can i do?
Hi Alethia I been daiting a man from nigeria for a few month.he live in the US, I also live(born) in the US .he told me he was once married but divorced. His visa expired about a year ago. He also asked me to married him so he can work to support me and stay in the US. He claims he never applied for anything when he was married before but now he thinks that if I married him he will get his (SS) right away and start work. I'm not working. He is not working,I don't know what miracles he believes is going to happen right away,But none of what he is telling me adds up. Other than that fact that something doesn't seem or feel right to me.we also have 2 different religious beliefs in which I will not convert but I can't Marie unless he concerts to be with Me.this is way to much to handle.plz help me to understand how this visa thing works,how the story sounds to u, if he can still get married to anyone with an expired visa and plz b as raw and as tough with your words I can handle advice
hi Alethia, its me again Ztan, may i ask your views and knowledge again about this pls.. my husband who is a filipino is already in germany with schengen visa and he wants to come here in the uk for 2-3weeks only to visit me. my status here in uk is unstable as my appeal for judicial review is refused, i just received the letter from home office last week and will see my solicitor to discuss what else can we do to go further to. my problem now is, will my husband's application be affected by this? you advised us to apply for general visit visa instead of family visit visa. the thing is we have the form now but there is a space there which asks about family/ spouse. and where they live..and if in uk what is their status... how will my status affect this application alethia? hope to hear from u soon..thank you so much alethia.
Hi Alethia, please can I talk to you a bit more because as everyone else has said, you seem so helpful and knowledgable. Is there anything I can do (Being a UK citizen) to help my Ukrainian friend live here? I noticed you said they need about 50k in the bank and they need to be very intelligent but is that the only way? What if I were to help them find a job, would that work? I was looking at apprenticeships in England but I don't think they are possible.
If this helps, they did study in England before going back to Ukraine. I just feel surely there must be another way rather than being super intelligent and having 50k but if there isn't I guess I have no choice other than to feel sad for them .
Thanks so much,
part 2: my concern is that I do not have any strong friend relationships in the Uk, for letters of invitation/sponsorship etc.
Will my USA visa, which is open for 10 years and the fact I have more than sufficient funds to support myself, the trip has been thoroughly planned, hotels booked, return tickets booked, and bookings made for my trip ( meals/theatre/tourist attractions), have a long standing job, earn good money, own my own apartment be enough?
or will the fact: i have nobody in the Uk, sponsor invitation completely veto all of the above?
or will for example my strong ties to my country (social and economical) + my USA visa valid for 10 years ( it still has 8 years on it), be more than enough?
your time, thoughts, experience and any suggestions you can make would be most and greatly appreciated.
kind thoughts and best wishes
I have read some of your posts on other pages and you seem to be very knowledgeable about many topics. If I may I would like to get your suggestions/help on my situation.
I am a Moldovan citizen, female, and I am over 30 years of age. I am currently in the process of applying for a Uk general/tourist Visa. I plan on a weekend trip, to do sight seeing in London. I have outlined a full itinerary and have booked my hotel, have detailed emails from tour guides in London and have researched all the sites i wish to visits ( tickets costs, opening hrs, travel).I have traveled to other European countries: Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary and recently came back from a 10 day holiday from Malta. I have traveled to the USA, and have a 10 year visa for USA.I am have been working in my current job for over 4.5 years, and by moldovan standards i earn very good money. I have my own apartment, paid for and undertake extra educational courses 3 nights a week in French.
Hi Alethia, if you remember we had a little chat a couple of months ago (u, me & Lesley) about my experience with the Tunisian embassy in india. Well, the thing is my fiancé finally came to India & we plan to get married here. My question to you is I do not wish to deal with the embassy here again. My fiancé, she spoke to them regarding a visa by marriage & to our surprise they have no information related to the process, so please if you can guide us, can we get married here & is there a possibility that she can get my visa issued from Tunisia once she goes back? I mean lime a preapproved letter from the ministry by which I don't have to go through the embassy? Or any other way? If yes then please let me know the procedure. Your information has always been very helpful. Thank you.