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Outline of Marriage Visitor Visa

The marriage Visitor Visa allows applicants to visit their partners. The primary condition of this visa category is that you must leave the UK at the end of your visit. You cannot apply for a stay to leave or work permit under this category.


The applicants aiming to apply for Marriage Visitor Visa can get married or register a civil partnership, but they cannot apply to stay or leave the UK. They must prove that they will leave at the end of their stay. There are several other things to be considered before applying for this sort of visa. In this vein, applicants must be aware that they must confirm their genuine relationship. For the other criteria and conditions to meet, you can contact us through email or phone call.


Applicants must be over 18 and intend to visit the UK for less than 6 months. They also must display proof of financials to afford their onward and backward journey as well as their stay in the UK. On the contrary, for other types of visas, you must prove your travel itineraries, such as your intended accommodation and transportation. On top of these documents, they must provide a valid passport and travel identification. Before the application, the applicants must also provide evidence of their genuine relationship. The evidence must be asked for can differ depending on the cases of the applicants. As can be understood from the criteria and documents asked for, the applicants might be asked for other supportive documents to strengthen their application. Under the Marriage Visitor Category, since the applicants can get married or register a civil partnership, the necessary documents for these can also differ according to the applicants’ situation. For further information, you can contact us and get a free initial consultation and assessment for your unique case.


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