The UK spouse/marriage visa category enables a husband, wife or civil partner of a British national or a person who is settled in the UK to apply for leave to enter, or leave to remain in the country.
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Unmarried partner category helps people with settled status or Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK to be joined by their partner. This category applies to couples in either heterosexual or same sex relationship.
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The fiancé/e visa category allows people to come to the UK in order to marry or enter into a civil partnership. Before travelling to the UK the fiancé/e must apply for an entry clearance.
With immigration rules and policies constantly changing, it’s vital to get your visa application right first time.
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