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1. Should the all pages of the British sponsor's passport be attached likewise the applicant's ones? If yes, then what they would guage from the blank pages when the Biodata page should only matter?

2. Whether the reply should be yes or no of the following question where the applicant is extending its spouse visa (acquired from abroad) for another 2.5 years of FLRM extension.

"Is this the first time you have applied for a partner route, or an extension, with your current partner (including as a fiance or proposed civil partner?"
 

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1. All pages of all passports need to be scanned, including blank pages. As for "why", because it's what UKVI asks for
2. No
 

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Regarding question 1, Google search is unearthing several replies & experiences from other forums that only Biodata page of the British passport is needed. And, there is no official information in black & white is available in this regard. Common sensically, the purpose of blank pages is to unveil the absences & visas or refusals and if that relate to British sponsor then I don't see it to be material to the case.
 

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It was not a requirement for the initial entry clearance visa, but they do ask applicants for FLR(M) to send the full sponsor passport copy.

The last version of published FLR(M) notes: https://assets.publishing.service.g...a/file/376014/FLR_M__guidance_notes_11-14.pdf

From 28 October 2013, if you are making your application by post you can send a complete and full copy of your partner’s current passport or travel document with your application. Every page of the passport must be copied including any blank pages. The copy does not need to be certified; your partner must sign the declaration at section 14 of the application form to confirm it is a complete and true copy of their current passport or travel document.
But do whatever you like. I'm not here to argue.
 

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Regarding question 1, Google search is unearthing several replies & experiences from other forums that only Biodata page of the British passport is needed. And, there is no official information in black & white is available in this regard. Common sensically, the purpose of blank pages is to unveil the absences & visas or refusals and if that relate to British sponsor then I don't see it to be material to the case.
deleting...... Clever Octopus has given details of what has to be provided....
 
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