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Old 2nd September 2019, 03:49 AM
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Hi All!

We're back again after your immense help with our first Spouse Visa application. This time, we will be applying for FLR(M). My husband's visa is up for renewal in November.

Our question is, as we are still living with family, would we require a letter from the Housing Association again? granting permission etc or would a letter from my parent suffice?


Secondly, would we require another housing inspection report?


Also, he has a degree assessment by the UK NARIC, would we need to send this off for another/more up to date assessment again please?



We are very grateful for your help and look forward to your responses!



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Just wondering if anyone was able to help answer this please?
Currently filling in the onlne form and I'm unsure as to what to do next.

Home details

Do you own or rent your home? (Required)

Neither own nor rent


Who provides you with accommodation?


You only need to provide this evidence if:
you are exempt from meeting the income threshold
you are responsible for some housing costs such as rent, mortgage or council tax

I will provide:

Proof of property ownership from the owner of the property you live in, such as a mortgage statement

Copy of an ID document of the owner of the property you live in, such as a passport

Letter signed by the owner of the property you live in stating that you have permission to live there

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So your parents rent from a Housing Association? If that's the case then you need a letter from the Housing Association.

You should probably have an up to date property inspection.

I think the degree assessment is probably fine as long as there is no expiration date.

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So your parents rent from a Housing Association? If that's the case then you need a letter from the Housing Association.

You should probably have an up to date property inspection.

I think the degree assessment is probably fine as long as there is no expiration date.
Thank you Nyclon, very much appreciated!

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One more question, please

The Housing Association are willing to provide a basic letter stating my husband has permission to stay in the property.

It has no dates. Would an additional letter from my parents confirming this, with the date he arrived and stating he has been here since suffice?
We have supporting documents with the same address

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