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Fiancé Visas and Proposed Civil Partner Visas

Oracle Solicitors will provide you with quality advice and guide you through the entire application for Fiancé Visas and Proposed Civil Partner Visas.

Get in contact with our experienced immigration solicitors today to avoid any unnecessary delays and disruptions.

London: 020 3051 5060
Belfast: 028 9002 2371

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Do I need a Fiancé Visa or a Proposed Civil Partner Visa?

Immigration law is constantly changing and we, therefore, recommend that you contact us for legal advice should you have any questions about whether you need a visa.

As the non-European fiancé(e) or proposed civil partner of a British citizen or a person with settled status in the UK, you must obtain a fiancé visa before travelling to the UK to get married or undergo a civil partnership ceremony (you cannot apply from inside the UK).

You must also marry your fiancé or register your civil partnership within 6 months of your arrival. You can then apply to switch into the category of spouse visa or civil partner visa if you intend to stay.

Fiancé Visas and Proposed Civil Partner Visas

If you do not intend to marry or undergo a civil partnership ceremony or to do so within 6 months, then you must apply for an unmarried partner visa.

If you want to get married here but do not intend to stay for more than 6 months then you should apply as a visitor for marriage or civil partnership.

If you’re not sure whether a fiancé/proposed civil partner visa is the correct visa type for your situation contact our immigration lawyers today.

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Belfast: 028 9002 2371

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