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My wife and I are in the process of applying for a partner visa to the UK. I am a UK citizen and she is American. I am currently renting a one-bedroom flat and I am the only tenant. I have a copy of my lease agreement and I plan on requesting a letter from my landlord stating that she will allow my wife to live in the flat.

I would appreciate any suggestions as to whether this is sufficient or for other documents I should submit as proof of accomodation. In addition, can anyone advise on what precisely the letter from my landlord should include?

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You'll need a copy of your lease as well as a council tax bill and a letter from your landlord. The letter should simply acknowledge that he gives his permission for her to live there.

A property inspection report is unnecessary as you are the sole tenant. Property inspections are recommended when living in a flat share or with relatives to prove there will be no overcrowding.
 
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