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Peo Appointment Booked For Flr(M) On 28 Dec.: A Few Last Minute Questions

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#1 equality3471

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Posted 01 December 2012 - 08:49 AM

Good Morning Everyone,

I'm afraid I'm very new to this forum, but I am applying for my FLR(M) visa, and have my PEO appointment booked for 28 December. As I was going through the application form for final checks, there are still a few questions I'm not sure of, and I was hoping someone might be able to provide some guidance, please.

I know some may sound silly, but....

1.) When it asks for your title (Mr./Mrs./Miss, etc.): All of my supporting documents are still in my maiden name, because I will not have time to change my name and take my husband's surname before needing to apply. I do plan to change this afterwards, though, and then inform UKBA as required. So, even though I am married, do I still list my title as 'Miss' since all of my supporting documents are still using this name?

2.) The question about 'Do you have any shared financial responsibilities?': At the moment, I pay for most of the food and help out with petrol, but all of the utility bills, mortgage, etc. are still in my husband's name. Again, we plan to put my name on these once I have changed my name. I work, but my husband is disabled and in receipt of benefits, including DLA. So, do I tick 'Yes' for this (and if so, what do I list as things we share?) or 'No'?

Any guidance would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!



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Posted 01 December 2012 - 10:16 AM

1) doesn't matter

2) doesn't matter either, but means things like bank accounts, rent, mortgage...sounds like the answer is no.

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Posted 01 December 2012 - 11:37 AM

Thank you, Victoria :-) That puts my mind at ease.

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Posted 02 December 2012 - 08:34 AM

Sorry, but I've just found one more I wasn't entirely sure of....

There is a question that asks 'Have you lived permanently with your sponsor in the UK since your last grant of limited leave to remain as a partner?'

This one threw me a bit, as this is my first application to remain as a partner, and I have not been given one previously. (I entered the UK as a student on Tier 4, and am currently on my Post Study Work visa). But, I still am required to answer this question.

As of right now, I have ticked 'No' and given this response:

'This is my first application for leave to remain as a partner. I have lived permanently in the UK since entering as a student in 2009, and I have lived with my sponsor since 28 February 2011.'

Is that okay, or should I just tick 'Yes' and forego the explanation? I mean, they can see from the rest of my immigration history that I have not lived anywhere else but in the UK since I entered in 2009, and, from a previous question ('When did you and your sponsor start living together?') that I have lived with my husband since 28 Feb. 2011.

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Posted 02 December 2012 - 10:44 AM

Again, doesn't matter.

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Posted 02 December 2012 - 11:48 AM

Right, cheers for that, Victoria :-) The rest of the application appears self-explanatory, so I should be okay.

Thank you again for all of your help!





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