My sister and her husband are staying there and my sister husband is working so he can send me an his bank statement and also invitation letter.And also the bank account and house contract both under sister and brother in laws name.If I cant apply as a family visitor can I go for general visitor and saying staying in immediate family members house.Which one is better general visitor visa with mentioning staying immediate family member.Do I have to write purpose of the visit as tourism and family visit...This is the final questions,if you will answer then i can rate the answer
Okay.what do I have to write my wife form for bellow question
In Relative details whose name do I have to write in my wife form...My sister name or Brother in law name and also relation to you details I can write in my form saying sister but what to write in my wife form....and will any other relative staying here same time as you...do I have to mention yes or no....Basically my sister is not working...What does the relative do in the UK? (Please give details of employment, study etc.)..this question how to answer...can i type my brother in law employment details...
Thanks for your reply.Regarding about your bellow answer
In your form you write your sister and in your wife's form you can write her brother--How can I write in my wife form brother....nothing of her relative staying there in U.K.Only my sister and brother in law(sister husband) stays there in U.K.Please explain me what to write in my wife form....We both are travelling together from Dubai to UK for a short trip.
Hi,I have one more small query.I received invitation letter from my brother in law and also rent agreement letter.In this letter their monthly rent is higher than my brother in law salary whereas I had not mentioned my sister occupation in the visa application form.I had just mentioned she is housewife and her husband is accomodating them.Is it possible we will get visa.
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