UK Entry Clearance as a Spouse, Civil Partner, Fiancé(e) or Unmarried Partner

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Full immigration advice and visa application preparation service

Service provided by 1st UK Immigration Lawyers-DM Law Practice

Regulated immigration adviser

OISC Level 3 regulated immigration adviser

International services

Services provided outside the UK by telephone and video conference

5+ years of experience

Established in 2016

Apply for UK Entry Clearance as a Spouse, Civil Partner, Fiancé(e) or Unmarried Partner

You can apply for a visa to live with a family member or partner in the UK for more than 6 months as either a:

  • spouse;
  • civil partner;
  • fiancé(e); or
  • unmarried partner

To apply, you and your family member or partner both need to be 18 or over.

Your family member of partner must also either:

  • be a British citizen
  • have settled in the UK – for example, they have indefinite leave to remain, settled status or proof of permanent residence
  • have refugee status or humanitarian protection in the UK

You must be outside the UK to make this application. and you and your family member of partner must intend to live together permanently in the UK after you apply.

Please check the guidance published by UK Visas & Immigration to make sure you are eligible to apply for this type of visa.

When making your UK Entry Clearance as a Spouse, Civil Partner, Fiancé(e) or Unmarried Partner application you’ll want to make sure it’s correctly prepared. UKVI publishes detailed guidance online, however it can be difficult to follow and hard to really understand what you need to prepare for your personal situation.

It can also be extremely time consuming to prepare your UK Entry Clearance as a Spouse, Civil Partner, Fiancé(e) or Unmarried Partner application, with the online UK visa application form taking more than one hour to complete even when you have all the information you need right in front of you.

Then there’s the cost, running into the thousands of pounds. If your UK Entry Clearance as a Spouse, Civil Partner, Fiancé(e) or Unmarried Partner application is incorrectly prepared, your visa application may be refused. This not only costs you more money in new visa fees but may also jeopardise your right to remain in the UK in the future.

The personal and emotional consequences could be disastrous.

Immigration advice services for a UK Entry Clearance as a Spouse, Civil Partner, Fiancé(e) or Unmarried Partner application

You can make sure your UK Entry Clearance as a Spouse, Civil Partner, Fiancé(e) or Unmarried Partner application is properly prepared by using a qualified immigration adviser.

Immigration advisers provide professional services to help you prepare your UK Entry Clearance as a Spouse, Civil Partner, Fiancé(e) or Unmarried Partner application and they do all the administrative work for you.

When you appoint an immigration adviser to work on your behalf, they will take you through the visa application process step-by-step, including:

Confirm you’re applying in the correct visa category

Advise on what supporting documents you need to prepare

Confirm your supporting documents meet the requirements

Complete the visa application form

Make visa and other fee payments

Upload your supporting documents

Book an appointment at the visa application centre

Provide you with status updates

Collect your passport (optional)

At your initial consultation, your immigration adviser will issue you with a Client Care Letter, which confirms the service they’ll provide to you and how you can raise any issues you may experience during the service.

You can make your UK Entry Clearance as a Spouse, Civil Partner, Fiancé(e) or Unmarried Partner application safe in the knowledge that your application is correctly prepared, your supporting documents contain everything UKVI needs and that you won’t need to spend hours filling out visa application forms.

1st UK Immigration Lawyers-DM Law Practice

This immigration advice service is provided by 1st UK Immigration Lawyers-DM Law Practice, an immigration adviser based in the UK and regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) with registration number F201600099.

Run by Daniel Metibemu, 1st UK Immigration Lawyers-DM Law Practice are expert immigration lawyers in all aspects of United Kingdom immigration and nationality laws and European regulations.

They deal with both personal immigration and business immigration; Tier 1 Visas, Tier 2 Visas, Tier 4 Visas, Tier 5 Visas, ILR applications, spouse visas, sole representatives visas, Human Right cases, EEA applications, British Citizenship and naturalization applications, company sponsorship license applications, administrative review and complex cases of appeal.

What people say about 1st UK Immigration Lawyers-DM Law Practice

Your professionalism and impressive relationship management is highly commendable. I look forward to working with you again in the future.”

G.O., Spouse visa application

Well mannered, highly informed, straight to the point and very professional. From the first meeting consultation, throughout the various application processes, I was always well informed and thoroughly explained every step of the application process.

Mr & Mrs J.O, Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) and spouse applications

I initially applied myself, but the application was refused. Then I contacted 1st UK Immigration Lawyers. Meeting with Daniel I realised that the fact that an application looks simple on the surface doesn’t mean it’s that easy. I wish I had engaged the service of a good immigration lawyer like Daniel from the beginning. Daniel assisted with the second application and I got my visa within 3 weeks. I’m definitely coming back for my ILR application.”

P.E, Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa application

Book an immigration advice appointment through Help with my visa!

The quickest and easiest way to book an appointment with this immigration adviser is to use Help with my visa!

When you book with us you’ll also get the Help with my visa! 100% Money-back Guarantee if your visa application is refused – this offer isn’t available anywhere else, including if you book direct.

There’s no need to call to get a quote.

You don’t have to send an email to check appointment availability.

And you don’t need to worry if you can trust this immigration adviser.

We’ve already taken care of all of this for you.

The price you pay for the immigration advice service is clearly displayed at the top of this page and you can schedule an initial consultation with this immigration adviser at a time that suits you using our real-time appointment booking system. 

To further protect you, we’ve also vetted this immigration adviser to confirm they have the legal right to provide these immigration advice services and that they’re financially stable. 

You can also see what other people who’ve used this immigration adviser have said about them to give you full confidence in the quality of their work.

You can get the help you need preparing your visa application in under three minutes by following these 9 simple steps:

Confirm this is the right service for you

Enter the number of people above who need this service

Make sure you enter each person in the right person category

Choose a date for your appointment

Select an appointment time

Click ‘Book Now”

Review your booking information

Pay for your immigration advice services

Check your email inbox for your confirmations

Once your booking is complete, we’ll automatically send you and your immigration adviser an appointment confirmation email. We strongly recommend that you add this appointment to your calendar immediately. You’ll also get a reminder email from us a day before your appointment.

Virtual immigration advice service

As you’ll be making this UK visa application outside of the UK, this is a virtual immigration advice service using a combination of:

Video conference

Telephone

Email

Messaging

Your immigration adviser will email you prior to your initial consultation to confirm contact details, and from then on you’ll arrange directly to communicate using the most appropriate method.

Fees payable for this immigration advice service

When you book an appointment with your immigration adviser on Help with my visa! we’ll take a single payment from you covering two different fees:

  • Immigration advice fee: this is the fee charged by your immigration adviser for providing you with the immigration advice service. We collect the fee on their behalf and remit it to them shortly afterwards.
  • Help with my visa! service fee: this is the fee charged by Help with my visa! for using this marketplace service and is calculated on a percentage basis of the immigration advice fee.

If you’re applying together with others, please make sure you enter the correct number of people in your family or group. Each person who wants to receive the immigration advice service needs to pay the required fees.

Some types of immigration advice services may offer different fees based on your circumstances, such as different rates for dependents or children, so please make sure you add all family or group members in the right category.

You’ll get a chance to review the total fees payable once you hit the ‘Book Now’ button.

Fees this immigration advice service DOES NOT include​

Due to the service options available to you when making your visa application, when you buy immigration advice services through Help with my visa! The fee you pay does not include the cost of the following:

  • Your visa fee(s)
  • Fees for any expedited processing
  • Appointment-related fees charged by visa application centres
  • Any other third-party fees payable

Your immigration adviser will inform you of the exact fees payable once they have reviewed your case. 

You will typically either pay your immigration adviser directly so that they can make fee payments on your behalf, or your immigration adviser will guide you through the process of making these fee payments yourself (which is useful if you’d like to pay using a credit card).

If you have previously applied for this type of visa please note that fees and the application process may have changed since the last time you applied.

Frequently asked questions

Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about this type of visa application.

If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, you can also check our FAQ page, which contains more detailed information.

Immigration advice is a professional service provided by an immigration adviser or similar regulated person that tells you how to make a visa application based on your circumstances and your intended reasons for applying for a visa. 

Immigration advice typically covers advising you on what type of visa to apply for, what you need to do to meet eligibility criteria, preparing your visa application form, advising on what supporting documents you need to provide (and what they need to contain) and other administrative support completing and submitting your visa application.

Preparing a visa application can be challenging and extremely time-consuming. There can also be significant financial consequences and time delays if your visa application is incorrectly prepared and subsequently rejected.

Immigration advice ensures that your visa application is correctly prepared and that you know in advance how you meet the eligibility criteria for your application. 

Immigration advice is also extremely beneficial if you need to prepare your visa application quickly – or would prefer someone prepare it on your behalf – as your immigration adviser will do all the administrative tasks for you as part of the service.

It’s not mandatory for you to receive immigration advice, however immigration advice does offer you significant benefits, including:

  • Knowing that you’re applying in the correct visa category
  • Knowing how you meet the visa eligibility criteria
  • Knowing exactly which supporting documents you need to prepare (and what they need to contain)
  • Being able to make your visa application much quicker compared to preparing it by yourself
  • Being able to get answers to questions specific to your visa application
  • Getting help completing your visa application form and completing other administrative tasks, such as scanning and uploading supporting documents, booking an appointment at a visa application centre and following up with the government for any questions you may have
  • Getting advice on what to do next if your visa application is rejected

Trust is a massive issue in selecting an immigration adviser and there are three reasons to be confident in your choice of immigration adviser when using Help with my visa!:

  • Registration with the regulator: we check the regulator registrations of all companies and individuals providing immigration advice services through Help with my visa! and only list for sale services of immigration advisers who have passed this check.
  • Financial vetting: we perform a credit check on all immigration advisers applying to sell their services through Help with my visa! and only permit those who are financially stable to register.
  • Customer feedback: we’ve included customer feedback for each immigration adviser so you can see what others are saying about them.

We believe these reasons should give you a high degree of confidence that your chosen immigration adviser is trustworthy.

In the UK, immigration advice services are regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) and other regulatory bodies such as the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). These regulators ensure that those individuals and companies providing immigration advice services are competent to do so, and they require immigration advisers to qualify and maintain this competency through examination. The regulators are also points of escalation for any complaints you may experience when using immigration advice services and act to safeguard visa applicants and the industry as a whole.

Help with my visa! is a digital marketplace for buying and selling immigration advice services. We help people beat the bureaucracy when applying for a visa by letting them book an appointment with a registered immigration adviser any time of the day or night.. and on any device.

If you scroll to the top of this page and follow the instructions you’ll have an appointment booked and paid for with this immigration adviser within three minutes. 

Now, you could contact them directly, calling during office hours, or emailing and waiting hours for a reply. You might get an appointment arranged after a couple of days of back-and-forth. 

Or you could get everything you need organised right now.

Yes, you can cancel your appointment up to 24 business hours before the day of your appointment without penalty, i.e. if your appointment is Tuesday at 13:00 we’ll need to receive your cancellation request by close of business Friday at the very latest. You can reschedule your appointment or request a refund if you no longer need it.

If you’re entitled to a refund, you can claim it by submitting a refund request online. We’ll process your refund within 14 calendar days, however depending upon your payment card operator it may take longer for the funds to appear in your account.

We’ll only refund money to the same card or account used to make the original payment.

Your immigration adviser will go through your circumstances and reasons for applying for a visa during your initial consultation. If you’ve bought the ‘wrong’ immigration advice service your immigration adviser will inform Help with my visa! and we’ll jointly arrange to collect the correct fees from you, whether that’s requesting additional fees so that you pay the correct amount or refunding you part of the fees you’ve already paid if you’ve paid too much.

If you all wish to receive immigration advice services then yes, you all need to buy the immigration advice service. 

You can add additional visa applicants to your appointment booking at the top of the page before selecting an appointment slot.

Some immigration advice services cost the same for every group member, however some immigration advice services have different costs depending upon your circumstances, e.g. dependent children under 18 years old may be charged a different price compared to an adult dependent.

If you don’t buy the correct number of immigration advice services through Help with my visa! your immigration adviser will inform you of the additional costs during your initial consultation and will only continue to provide the immigration advice service once any additional payments have cleared.

To avoid any delays, it’s therefore best to check you’ve included all members of your group on the booking you make through Help with my visa!

Unless you’ve bought the ‘wrong’ type of immigration advice service and actually need a service that’s more expensive or you haven’t included all members of your group in your booking, then no, an immigration adviser cannot charge you more after your initial consultation.

If your immigration adviser does try to increase your fees, please report this to Help with my visa! immediately. You may also consider making a complaint.

No, the fee you pay on Help with my visa! is the fee for the entire immigration advice service.

No, the fees you pay on Help with my visa! only cover your immigration advice fee and the Help with my visa! service fee. You’ll need to pay your visa fee and any other associated fees either to your immigration adviser following your initial consultation or directly yourself.

We’d love to be able to offer you a single payment option for all fees but unfortunately the fees you’ll pay are not always known at this point in time.

During the initial consultation with your immigration adviser, they’ll go through the additional fees payable with you. Other fees you may need to pay later include:

  • Your visa fee(s)
  • Fees for any expedited processing
  • Appointment-related fees charged by visa application centres
  • Any other third-party fees payable

Additional Information: UK Entry Clearance as a Spouse, Civil Partner, Fiancé(e) or Unmarried Partner

Appointment Type(s) Telephone, Video Conference
Langauge(s) English
Service Provider Jurisdiction Other Country
Service Provider City Virtual Appointment

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From: £1,200.00 (price inc. VAT £1,440.00)

From: £1,200.00 (price inc. VAT £1,440.00)

100% Help with my visa! money-back guarantee

Make a successful visa application or your money back. T&Cs apply.

COVID-safe appointments

Social distancing rules fully respected

Best value for families

Reduced fees for dependents

Verified immigration professional

Regulated immigration advice business

Processing fees apply

5% processing fee will be added to your booking (what is this?)

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