A marriage visa in Scotland is much the same as any other type of visa except it is issued after marriage to a UK citizen. If you are a non-EU citizen and you are marrying or have married a UK citizen, we can help you to apply and be approved for a spouse visa in Scotland.
Do You Need a Spouse Visa in Glasgow or Any Other Part of the UK?
There are a number of requirements that you will need to satisfy before your marriage visa is approved. If any of these requirements are not met, you will not be issued with a marriage visa. These rules are put in place to ensure only valid applications are made and to protect the interests of the country and its citizens. Our solicitors are experts in all areas of immigration law and will be able to advise you if there could be any potential problems with your application.
Before your application for a marriage visa in Scotland will be granted, you must have been living with your spouse for at least two years and provide supporting evidence that you are living together. If you were married and have been living together for four or more years outside of the UK then you may be granted your permanent residency at the time of your application.
Call Today For Expert Guidance on Obtaining a Spouse Visa in Glasgow
At Latta Law we have a vast amount of experience in handling marriage visa Scotland applications and would be delighted to help you today. We can help you to submit your application and supporting documents to the Home Office and can also help with appeals or any problems that may occur along the way. By bringing your application to our experts you can avoid many of the pitfalls that can occur during the application process.
Contact our team of experts now to find out more about our services and how we can help you to be granted permanent residency in the UK – via telephone on 0141 222 2185, email email@example.com or book a consultation here via the website.
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