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Old 14th August 2019, 11:03 AM
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There isnít really a list for supporting documents in any guidelines as far as I know. When you complete the application form, based on information you give, a list will be generated for you. However, not everything may be included in that list but basically everything you provided for FLR(M) will be required on this occasion too. As well as your LIUK test results. And any English tests results. I am not sure what else you need to provide for your daughter. Do you have any NHS letters to or about her?
Yes, we have NHS letters sent to the house over the last 2 years.

Thank you for your info too

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Old 14th August 2019, 11:08 AM
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Hi, just wondering, is your daughter already British Citizen? Have you found out that whether you have to show documents for her or not? Will it be 2 applicants? and lastly, is it better to have child after ILR or before ILR, is also okay?
Yes she's a British citizen, has UK passport.

We'll be applying for 1 applicant, myself.

We never let my immigration status get in the way of starting a family.

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