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Old 19th February 2019, 04:15 PM
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Good day everyone,

We apply for my wife's settlement ILR visa on the 25th of June.

Dowe still have to show 6 documents in both our names spanning over the last 2 and a half years?

I dont see much guidance online for the new online settlement application..

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Yes, you need to show correspondence to prove cohabitation again for ILR, same as for her previous FLR(M) application - Though it's debatable if you have to show 2.5 years or only 2, their wording says 2 but many people play it safe and cover the whole of the last period of leave to remain.

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Yes, you need to show correspondence to prove cohabitation again for ILR, same as for her previous FLR(M) application - Though it's debatable if you have to show 2.5 years or only 2, their wording says 2 but many people play it safe and cover the whole of the last period of leave to remain.
Thank you for the quick reply...

Is there a page for guidance and requirements for the new online application?

I keep getting put back to the start page when I click

"guidance about applying after living in the UK for 5 years or 2 years"

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I think any guidance comes in the form itself but, as Clever says, the requirements are similar to those for FLR(M). I would go with 2 1/2 years to be on the safe side. Don’t forget it can be 6 official documents in joint names or 12 in individual names or combinations of the two. They should be spread evenly over the period.
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Thank you guys,

I just started filling in the form today.

My wife's visa run's out on the 25th of June so we have time to get everything organisedů.


Thanks again guys, I appreciate!

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Hiya,

We are in a similar position with documentation for FLR(M).

We have a couple of gaps( July 17 & Dec 18) that we seem only to be able to fill by getting the bank to send us statements. (previously only on annual statements).

Would these be acceptable to scan and cover the periods required?

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