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  • You will be able to enter Pakistan as this is your home country. While you are in Pakistan you will need to make a new passport and use that new passport together with your old passport , to re-enter the UK. If you have an indefinite leave to remai…
  • You will be able to enter Pakistan as this is your home country. While you are in Pakistan you will need to make a new passport and use that new passport together with your old passport , to re-enter the UK. If you have an indefinite leave to remai…
  • Warror, please contact the lawyer whose details I have given you already. I am sure he will do everything on your behalf, I doubt you will need to go to Tunisia but only a lawyer can tell you exactly.
  • I repeat what I wrote in mt previous post, Technically under EU law you can turn up at the border of an EEA country with your EU spouse and you should be granted a visa if you had the documents with you to show you were married. Regulation 11(4) Ho…
  • Lesley you were correct first time The original poster Xiao is a Chinese citizen who lives and studies in South Korea, Chinese citizens need a visa for Tunisia
  • Technically under EU law you can turn up at the border of an EEA country with your EU spouse and you should be granted a visa if you had the documents with you to show you were married. Regulation 11(4) However, without a valid visa no airline or f…
  • It is very unusual for the spouse of an EEA national to be refused a Schengen visa. I do not understand why VFS refused your documents as items such as a marriage certificate your wifes ID card demonstrate you are definitely married to an EU nation…
    in ireland travel Comment by Alethia June 6
  • The translation service at a British Embassy is not free and is often more expensive than local translators. Translations by Tunisian notaires are acceptable for weddings in Tunisia.
  • Your Tunisian fiance should know where to find a "notaire" who can translate your documents.
  • Warrior, all weddings in Tunisia are civil, religious weddings are not legal. Lesley the Tunisian expert will also confirm that. The majority religion is Islam in Tunisia but only civil weddings are legal and have been since 1957 I doubt the divorce…
  • If I am correct you only married a short time ago. Sorry to hear your news You had a civil non religious marriage in Tunisia therefore you must have a civil divorce. Talaq nama (islamic divorce is not recognised in Tunisia or the UK) I have worke…
  • The responsibility for your visa lies with the conference organisers. You need to contact them urgently, they should have provided you more assistance by going to the Tunisian ministry. No point running an international conference if people cannot …
  • You can get the documents translated quite cheaply in Tunisia. You do not need to go to the British Embassy they no longer provide this service.
  • I can understand why you were refused entry .You travel to the Netherlands then on to Rome with no hotel reservation until Milan which was not paid for, that is very odd behaviour. You need to confirm with the Italian Embassy in Nigeria whether or …
  • Unfortunately the French do not allow visitors to apply from the UK Here are the rules for applying for a Schengen visa through the French Embassy in the UK. http://www.france.embassy-visa.com/schengen-visa-appointment-requirements/ FRENCH SCHENGEN…
  • I am fully aware that you must enter the UK using your Bangladeshi passport as you hold a Tier 4 visa. If you leave the UK on your Bangladeshi passport then you must re-enter the UK on your Bangladeshi passport.
  • I just gave you the link https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-for-dependants-of-uk-visa-applicants-tiers-1-2-4-5 scroll down to paragraph 77 this link is for dependents.
    in UK Spouse Visa Comment by Alethia May 31
  • As a dual national you can use your Canadian visa to enter Europe. There is no Home Office website pertaining to dual nationals.
  • My apologises, that money will be paid by your Government as your own a scholarship. Go to the link I gave you and scroll down to paragraph 77 this will provide the maintenance requirement for your dependent husband.
    in UK Spouse Visa Comment by Alethia May 31
  • For your husband to be with you in the UK, your course must be longer than 6 months. If you will study in inner London, £615 for each month of your course, up to a maximum of 9 months (that is, a maximum figure of £5,535). The London boroughs that …
    in UK Spouse Visa Comment by Alethia May 31
  • http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/APCITY/UNPAN011498.pd This is the link to the Immigration Control Act Republic of Korea.
  • I have read about Korean Immigration Law and these are my answrs based on my understanding of that law. Frankly your sister is in my opinion is foolish to fight this case, if she had left she would have been banned for a couple of years then she co…
  • If you are not Muslims it can be difficult to marry anywhere in the UAE because of Sharia law. There is no such thing as British Embassy rules you certainly cannot get a British marriage certificate from Dubai. You could marry in India and still app…
    in UK Spouse Visa Comment by Alethia May 31
  • You should always make your application in the country where you are legally resident Dubai in this case. It is up to you if you go to the UK as a student to study for your masters and apply from the UK for your settlement visa. Both applying from …
    in UK Spouse Visa Comment by Alethia May 31
  • Yes it is possible and a solution to your problem
  • Do you earn £18600 per annum and have done for at least 6 months and have a place to live rented or mortgage, if so then you may stand a chance.
  • You are correct Larry. Several times on this forum, I have explained that reservations should be from the hotel directly and that an itinerary from a travel agent or tour operator is best.
  • Klemen23, unless your girlfriend has a very good job, savings and strong ties to Kenya it is doubtful she will be granted a visitor visa for the UK. Good luck you will need it.
  • Chari.77 until you decide where your going for your honeymoon you wont know how long your passport is required to be valid. I agree with Ella get a new passport while you have time.