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#21 talija

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 11:57 PM

Looks that getting a visa from Pakistan it's impossible, which isn't true.
It may take time and some extra expense but if you love your man, you be together.
This young lady it's in this forum to get immigration infirmation and not parental advice, some members are talking nonsense, but I surprised from some members which are very valuable to this forum but jumping into conclusions.

I personally sugest to speak to DirectVisa or Medivisas this 2 advicers are active members on this forum and from my observations and feedback reading all this years been part of the forum, are very helpful and passionate about the job they do.
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Email: info@medivisas.com
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Thanks, I am now thinking to get advise from any of these.



#22 talija

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 11:59 PM





Ste's right. We have a member on the forum who's fiance was recently refused a visa for insufficient evidence of a genuine relationship. They had spent 10 days holiday together outside of the UK after communicating for some time through the internet.

Thanks for reply. What a mess this govt has made regarding to immigration even a UK national can't do genuine marriage. They should realize that laws are for people not people are for laws. Will never ever vote again for cameron.
Anyways, one thing is clear, I will wed the person I want. Its my right, no wonder what the law is. If we have genuine relationship, then, we should not worry and I know we have. If I had to leave UK for this, I am ready but one question? Is this govt making laws to benefit UK residents.???????
I know better that I am not being used to bring him in UK as hes already got american settlement visa and off course USA is ahead of UK.
Sorry to bother all as my mind is so much in anxiety. Any better approach or advise I am still waiting for.


You have a penpal thats all, love.

You are looking for the answer you want, you won't get it - if he has a US visa well then off you go, is it UK or US u will settle in? You don't have a relationship, u chat with a stranger, grow up before you get hurt. If it's a genuine relationship then good, but at the moment it isn't, do the normal thing and take your time without rushing, it takes face-time, not internet chatting.

How can u judge that this is not genuine relationship on the basis that its only pen pal. I know better than u as your judgement is only based on your mind suggestions. I am here to get help regarding to immigration issue and not for individual's own judgement and any one's judgment has no value for me to do what they want. So if u can help regarding to immigartion law, its fine, but keep your judgment with you regarding to my personal approach.
thank you brother anyways.


Just being realistic sweetheart, I understand how you feel honestly, I'm not an ogre, just a realistic.

So, to that end despite the odd positive posts above I side with the consensus, apply now is suicide and will mar you and ur inamoratas application history, making positive applications subject to onerous scrutiny.

I judge this in the basis that most people don't want to marry someone they've never met, and it is relevant because the UKBA has a duty to ensure that the relationship is genuine, and purely on the face of this, you don't. Sorry.

Thanks. I now understand what u was trying to say. I appreciate this.

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 04:03 AM

guess all this wont be so easy.. me and my partner been in relationship and know each other 4 to 5 yrs now and we met a few times but theres still difficulties that we face which is financial requirement. and if he sorted it out yet we still need to wait for 6 months. so all i wanna say is getting all this visa things is absolutely NOT EASY. and obviously rushing to get thing done is not a good way.

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 07:50 AM

guess all this wont be so easy.. me and my partner been in relationship and know each other 4 to 5 yrs now and we met a few times but theres still difficulties that we face which is financial requirement. and if he sorted it out yet we still need to wait for 6 months. so all i wanna say is getting all this visa things is absolutely NOT EASY. and obviously rushing to get thing done is not a good way.


Can't understand why are you saying after meeting financial reqermentes you still need to wait 6 months Why Why Why tell us Why.

Maybe if you fill your application your self or if ask any of those agents outside embassy charging 2 pounds yes it will take 6 months, but if you get proper advice from UK which legal advicer it's regulated, it won't



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Posted 11 November 2012 - 08:05 AM

At the moment my partner annual income is lesser than 18600. And hes trying to sort it out. Ppl in this forum told me that we need to show 6 months pay slip and bank statement to for the evidence. So do u mean its not nessesary to do so?

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 09:45 AM

At the moment my partner annual income is lesser than 18600. And hes trying to sort it out. Ppl in this forum told me that we need to show 6 months pay slip and bank statement to for the evidence. So do u mean its not nessesary to do so?

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 05:46 AM

Talija please accept my apologise becouse by mistake I replied to your thread questions asked by "hyomh"

I can see that Hymoh it's new and may not be familiar with the forum there for could plaese Hymoh open your on topic and am sure you will get lots of reply with the answer you are looking for.
I did get your email but its agains this forum policy to give advice or and answer to member in private there for I can give my opinion and less you open your own thread.

Once again Talija I am sorry.

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 05:57 AM

Haha after i read what u have said its just funny but nvm hope others understand what i was saying really.

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 09:27 AM

If he has US residency, then it will make any application easier if you spend some time with him and he applies from there. Although you may want to marry him and bring him here straight away, the application will be stronger if you take your time and have multiple meetings first.




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