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Financial Requirement Re: UK Settlement Visa (Spouse)

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Freddielyn
2/1/2018 19:42 EST

I have actually raised this same concern in other groups but I'd still want to hear from you here, guys. It is better to arm ourselves with more information than being sorry.

My husband is British national and I am from the Philippines. We got married last December of 2017. My husband and I are planning on applying for a spouse visa hopefully the first quarter of this year. My husband has started being self-employed just last month. So the employed route for my application is out of the question. One thing we’re both looking at is the possibility of using the savings route but we found out that his savings is a bit short for the 62,500 required amount to be able to qualify. Here’s the thing though, he’s got money from the sale of his late mum’s property. The sale came through just last month. My question is this: Does that mean that the money from the sale of property needs to be in the bank for 6 months before we can apply for spouse visa?

Thank you in advance for your insights.

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