Thanks for your question.
Where do you plan to marry, in the UK or in Egypt?
Do you hold a UK passport?
wew plan to marry in egpt i dont think we can marry here i dont know if the uk emesy will allow this could we marry in uk
or do we have to marry in egpt im on income surport &i get disabity benifits so the only money we will is that i cant work i hope this is enough to help me many thanks
or do we have to marry in egpt im on income surport &i get disabity benifits so the only money we will is that i cant work i hope this is enough to help me many thanks yes i have a uk passport i was born in uk
Thanks for your reply.
He will have to make an application for a spouses visa from Egypt to the British embassy once you are married.
To be eligible for a spouses visa you will have to show:-
The level of income about will have to be demonstrated by showing jobs available that you husband could do when he arrives over here, essentially you must demonstrate that you he can provide a further income stream so that you can support each other.
He will need to apply to the British Embassy using form VAF4A.
He could be a student if you could demonstrate that you could still support each other, but he would not be eligible for help for this from public funds because he is not a UK passport holder. He could get a bank loan if a bank were willing to lend to him to do this but the key, as I say, is proving you can support each other on your respective incomes once you are in this country.
It would be best for either a solicitor in the UK to prepare it in consultation with both you and your husband before submitting it.
You can find Uk immigration solicitors through the following Law Society Website search engine:-
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so can we just live on my disablily beniffits wil that be enough for uis to live on till he find a job at the moment i get income surport & disabily benifits can he come to uk as my caree till find beter job or wil he have to find ful time work
so can we just live on my disablily beniffits wil that be enough for uis to live on till he find a job at the moment i get income surport & disabily benifits can he come to uk as my caree till find beter job or wil he have to find ful time work is threr a certain amount we have to have
~& can i be the only one to save
he doont have money so we live on mydisablity beffits
It's at the discretion of the UKBA. I would not make an application without giving them evidence that he will be able to work when he gets here because this reduces the likelihood of a visa being granted to him. You do not necessarily have to show that he has a job, just that he can get a job once he's here.
Show them that there are jobs here which he could apply for a work to earn a living and hopefully they will take this as evidence that you will not require public funds.
Hope this clarifies.
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