I'm a non-EEA citizen married to a Spanish citizen. She and I got married two weeks ago. We both live in Palestine and we are planning to travel to the UK in January 2018.
Back in September, I submitted a Standard Visit Visa application to the UK. In October I received a refusal for not submitting documents showing the origin of cash-flow shown on my bank account statements.
Now we are married and would like to apply for the UK family permit visa. Do I have to be worried about the past visit visa refusal? It's recent, and when I apply for the Family Permit start of January 2018 we'd be married for two months only. We will be visiting the UK together.
What documents should I submit along with my application? I imagine that I should mention my past refusal?
Are we supposed to register our marriage with the Spanish government first? or is the translated\certified Palestinian contract\certificate ample evidence of our marriage?
Please take into consideration the following notes:
We are married and we have the marriage papers translated into the English language and certified.
We got married in Palestine and the marriage contract\certificate is Palestinian.
We haven't yet registered our marriage with the Spanish authorities since we do not intend to move to Spain anytime soon. Additionally, registration takes time so we might do it later.