My husband had no GBP because we had just got married. He now has about £2000 in the bank & I have a letter from the bank confirming this.
My husband has a mother, 2 brothers, 1 sister, 2 sister-in-laws, Grandmother, 1 niece, 4 nephews & many aunts, uncles & cousins. He has a very large family.
Why? what is the difference & which would be the easiest & quickest to get. I want to travel back to the UK September 1st as my daughter is having a baby. The last visa application was a visitors visa to visit family/spouse.
My husband has never been to the UK & he might not like it. So I think it should be a visitors visa & then maybe in the future if he is happy in the UK we could apply for a spouse visa. I just want to take him to the UK for a holiday. I have been to Turkey 12 times since May 2012 & it would just be nice to show him some of the UK
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