2. This presentation will discuss all the important requirements for
taking your spouse to the UK on a study visa. We will outline how you
can go about the application and what to expect when applying for a
3. Your spouse must have speci c requirements to be eligible for a study
visa, including proof of a valid marriage, proof of a student visa, and
documents to prove your nancial su ciency. Additionally, they must
meet entry clearance requirements set by the UK Government, such as
health screenings and criminal record checks
a Spouse Visa
4. Your spouse must provide proof of nancial su ciency in order to be
eligible for a study visa to join you in the UK. This includes documents
such as bank statements, pay slips, and proof of occupation.
Additionally, you must demonstrate you have enough income to
support both you and your spouse, and
5. Your spouse must also show proof of their academic quali cations,
usually in the form of academic transcripts, certi cates, or
quali cations from a recognised educational institute. This
demonstrates that they have the adequate knowledge and
understanding of the course they intend to study.
6. The Immigration Health Surcharge is an additional fee applicant's
must pay when applying for certain types of UK visas, including the
Spouse Visa. The surcharge is used to fund the NHS and gives
applicants access to healthcare once they have settled in the UK.
Applicants will need to pay the
7. Applicants for a UK Spouse Visa must also prove their English
language pro ciency. This is done by taking an approved English
language test and achieving a certain level of pro ciency. A valid proof
of English language pro ciency must be included in the application and
must meet the requirements of the visa.
8. Additional documentation is necessary to apply for a UK Spouse Visa.
These documents include passport and identi cation documents of
both the applicant and their spouse, proof of nancial stability,
medical documents, police certi cates, and proof of relationship
between the couple. All documentation must meet the requirements
for the visa.
9. For additional family members who wish to accompany the primary
applicant to the UK, a Visitor Visa application must be submitted. The
Visitor Visa application must be supported by evidence such as
detailed travel plans, bank statements, proof of address and proof of
relationship between family members.
1. Visitor Visa
10. The applicant must provide proof of relationship with the family
member they intend to bring. This includes a marriage certi cate or a
civil partnership certi cate, if applicable, and evidence of a shared
household (e.g. joint bank statements and/or joint tenancy
2. Proof of
11. The applicant must provide a valid passport and visa, nancial
documents proving adequate maintenance, evidence of planned
accommodation, and immigration documents proving that the person
they are bringing is a family member. They must also pass character
and security checks.
12. Applicants must provide evidence of planned accommodation in the
form of tenancy or hotel agreement, mortgage document, or a bank
statement that shows a transaction related to accommodation. They
must also have a valid travel health insurance for the duration of their
stay in the UK.
13. Applicants must demonstrate nancial support for their stay in the UK
through evidence such as a valid bank statement showing su cient
nancial funds, a student loan agreement, a scholarship letter, child
support documents, or an employment letter from a sponsor.
5. Evidence of
14. Providing evidence of the above requirements plays an important role
in obtaining a study visa for your spouse. By meeting the nancial and
relationship requirements, you can demonstrate to the Home O ce
that you and your partner have the necessary means to support your
stay in the UK.