Do previous UK Visitor Visa and United states Visa refusals affect UK spouse Visa application in the future if all the requirements of the spouse Visa have been provided ? PS: the reasons for refusals are not being able to show ties to my home country or to the country where i reside.

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    Do you mean a visa to allow your spouse to live with you in the UK? If so then this question belongs on Expatriates. Please ask it there. – DJClayworth Oct 16 at 17:22
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    It would probably depend on the refusal reason(s). For example, insufficient evidence of intention to return to home country wouldn’t be relevant for a spouse visa application. You should add the reason(s) to your question to help you get more meaningful answers. – Traveller Oct 16 at 17:23
  • @DJClayworth No sir, Visa to allow me to live with my spouse in the UK, but i can only apply for it next year so i can meet all the requirements – Anas Hammad Oct 16 at 18:31
  • @Traveller the reasons are not being able to show ties to my country or to the country I reside in, do you it’s fine for this reason or will it affect spouse visa application? Thank you for your reply – Anas Hammad Oct 16 at 18:33
  • @AnasHammad This site is for questions about short term travel, like vacations. Questions about applying to live in other countries belong on another site, which is called Expatriates. Please ask your question there. – DJClayworth Oct 16 at 18:33