hi Joppa,Looking quickly through your list, you seem to have most things covered. Your letter of support as UK sponsor should be no longer than two sides of A4, in which you give an outline of relationship from first contact, first and subsequent meetings, deepening relationship, engagement and hope and plan for the future: to marry and settle in UK. Your fiancé should do the same, called a letter of introduction. The two versions should broadly agree, but without copying from each other.
In addition to his CV, to show his job prospect, enclose details of a UK job vacancy he may be qualified to apply for, with salary offered.
I have an important question.
is it essential to book a venue for the wedding and include the receipt as a evidence for fiance visa?
as me and my fiancee have contacted many of venues and hotels and got the free times and list of prices of food, drinks, etc (we have emails from theses), as we both are scared to book any venue and then get refused for visa by any reason or visa got delayed for any reason too and lose the money for the deposit and also the visa fees, as u know when u book a venue for wedding by the time when it get closer to the wedding date u have to pay more money to approve ur booking. we both are going to make a big, but the people invited to the wedding are around 120.
so what do u think about this situation ?
will contact emails will be enough, to prove intention of getting married ?
thanks in advance.