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I am British, holding a British passport, resident in the uk for the ast 7 years, I have dual citizenship as I also hold a South African passport
My partner is south African
What worries me isI live in a house, shared with two other people , I rent a portion of the house and my partner living with me woukd e no problem, is this suitable.
I can give written proof that we both worked at a hotel in the uk in 2005, and started a relationship then.
I can give written proof that that same hotel is happy to have him back to work.
I can give proof that i am waiting for a furher £14000 from an estate in south africa.
Should my partner enter the uk as normal and then us give proof of partnership, or apply as such in his app. in SA
The tenancy you describe will be fine provided you can show that your partner will be able to live with you in your room. You should get your landlord to confirm their agreement to this.
The proofs you describe are fine.
You partner should NOT enter the uk as normal. He MUST apply for the above visa first. It generally takes about 6 weeks for the UKBA to determine each application made, so you should factor this in to your plans.
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