Marriage Visitor Visa

The Marriage Visitor visa allows you to enter the UK solely to get married or form a civil partnership. Here provides a detailed guide on requirements, the application process, and important information for planning your wedding in the UK.

Understanding the UK Marriage Visitor Visa

This visa lets you marry or form a civil partnership in the UK within 6 months of arrival. It permits a stay of up to 6 months and costs £100 to apply. Apply online before traveling to the UK. Book an appointment at a visa application centre for fingerprinting and photography.

Eligibility Criteria

To apply for a UK Marriage Visitor Visa, you must:

  • You must be 18 or over.
  • Able to give notice of marriage or civil partnership in the UK within 6 months.
  • In a genuine relationship.
  • Visit the UK for less than 6 months.
  • Intend to leave the UK after your visit.
  • Avoid living in the UK through frequent visits or making it your main home.
  • Self-sufficient during your trip or supported financially.
  • Able to pay for your return journey or have funding for it.
  • Provide proof of planned activities allowed under Visitor Rules.

Conclusion

Securing a UK Marriage Visitor Visa is vital for realizing your dream wedding in the UK. Understand the requirements and follow the application process closely for a smooth experience as you prepare for marital bliss in one of the world’s most enchanting destinations. Contact us for further information or assistance.

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