Supporting Documents for UK family visas
When applying for a UK Family Visa, it is important to submit all necessary supporting documents to ensure a smooth and successful application process. The documents you will need to provide depend on the type of family visa you are applying for, but generally include:
Proof of relationship: You will need to provide evidence of your relationship with your family member who is either a British citizen, a settled person or a person with refugee/humanitarian protection status in the UK. This could include a marriage or civil partnership certificate, birth certificates, and evidence of cohabitation.
Financial documents: You will need to show that you can support yourself without relying on public funds while in the UK. This could include bank statements, payslips, and evidence of any savings or assets you may have.
Accommodation documents: You will need to provide evidence of where you will be living in the UK. This could include a tenancy agreement, mortgage statement or letter from the person you will be staying with confirming that you have permission to live there.
English language documents: You will need to prove that you can speak English to a required level. This could include providing evidence of an English language test or a qualification that was taught in English.
Additional documents: Depending on your specific circumstances, you may need to provide additional documents such as police clearance certificates or evidence of your qualifications.
It is important to note that the UK government may request additional documents during the application process if deemed necessary. Therefore, it is important to keep copies of all documents submitted and to be prepared to provide further evidence if required.
At Move Up, our team of immigration consultants are experts in the UK Family Visa application process. We can help you to identify and gather all necessary supporting documents, and ensure that your application meets all necessary requirements. Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist with your UK Family Visa application.