We are open for business & supporting clients with their UK Spouse Visas. Currently you do not need to visit us in person during these restrictions. We can deal with your Visa matter by email / skype / phone / whatsapp video calling.

If your UK Spouse Visa is expiring & you need to extend then contact us ASAP. If you are planning to apply for a UK Spouse Visa for the 1st time then we can help you.

About Us

Expert Lawyers for UK Spouse, Fiancee & Partners Visas

Jay Sudra

Immigration Lawyer / Owner of UK Spouse Visa Lawyers

OISC Registration No: F200800052

Spouse, Marriage, Fiancée, Partner Visa Experts is a full service UK immigration law firm that are experts in family based immigration with a strong focus on fiancée, spousal, marriage, partner, unmarried and same sex visas. From our offices in the United Kingdom, our in house lawyers and legal advisors provide clients with expertise and support suited to their immigration and visa needs.

We are committed to providing the highest quality service in an efficient and affordable manner and have developed a strong reputation in our field of expertise by successfully helping clients obtain the right to reside in the UK.

Our law consulting firm was founded by Jay Sudra, an Immigration Legal Professional with over 15 years experience.  He formally worked for the UK Home Office / UK Border Agency / UK Visas & Immigration and the Foreign Office as an Immigration Officer.

Being former UK Visa Officials we understand the difficulties and stress that many couples and families go through when applying for their UK visas and how important it is to have the correct legal advice and support for what is a very complex and time consuming process.

We offer professional help based on many years of experience and an in depth understanding of complex immigration laws and regulations. Our lawyers and advisors are OISC (UK) registered, which permits us to provide legal advice and services and act as legal representatives to clients in order to present their Immigration applications to the UK Home Office, British Embassies and Consulates across the world.

We believe that each client deserves the highest level of care, support and commitment. We understand the strong emotional aspect of visa applications and the importance of being connected with the people you love. When you choose our Immigration law firm to handle your Spouse, Marriage, Fiancée or Partner Visa application, your visa case is in safe and experienced hands no matter where you are in the world. You will receive professional support from our legal team who care about you, your loved one, your family and the successful outcome of your immigration application.

We offer a consultation service for settlement and family immigration matters. This initial consultation with one of our professionals will allow you to develop a complete understanding of visa options available to you before embarking on a costly and complex application. Our initial assessment of your visa requirements is designed to help us determine the best strategy for your specific case and avoid potential visa problems in the processing of your visa application.

We suggest that you contact our offices to book a consultation or complete one of our assessment forms to receive a reply within 24 hours, or you can make an appointment to meet with one of our lawyers at our offices.

UK Spouse / Marriage Visa Requirements

The sponsor and applicant must be legally married to each other / in a civil partnership with each other

Conditions of the UK Spouse / Marriage Visa

Applicants will be given a 2 and half year conditional visa to live and work in the UK, after which, if the relationship is still in place

UK Fiance / Fiancée Visa Requirements

The sponsor and the applicant must intend to get married within a six month period in the UK.

Conditions of UK Fiancée / Marriage Visa

Successful applicants are granted a 6 month visa in which to come to the UK and get married. They are not allowed to work whilst on this visa.

Eligibility Assesment

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