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My husband applied for UK Visa and he said that I and our daughter are not traveling with him,but we have changed our mind and I and my 10 months daughter have decided to travel with him. With this affect my application, since my husband said we are not going together in his application.

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We are both Nigerian applying to visit the UK for tourism.
So is it advisable for me, my spouse and daughter to apply together?
Since I and my husband owns a registered business in Nigeria, he works part-time with 2 different international company. And I also work with a shipping company both my employer pays my salary through a bank cash deposit not directly from the company account.
I have my letter of employment, leave letter and pay slip. So what are our chances of getting the visa if we apply together. Hope we have enough ties.

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Yes, your application needs to show this.
But also your husband will need to check whether he will to need to get a new visa, (because sometimes visa are given on the ties to home and if you travel with him those ties are a lot less strong.)

With the information given, I feel it is important to check that his visa is valid if you travel together.

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  • Sorry for the little information. We are both Nigerian applying to visit the UK for tourism. So is it advisable for me, my spouse and daughter to apply together. Since I and my husband owns a registered business in Nigeria, he works part-time with 2 different international company. And I also work with a shipping company both my employer pays my salary through a bank cash deposit not directly from the company account. I have my letter of employment, leave letter and pay slip. So what are our chances of getting the visa if we apply together. Hope we have enough ties – Luvly spot May 2 at 12:55
  • @Chibaby Willeke is correct - if your husband had originally applied on the basis of his family travelling with him he may not have been given the visa. Even if your own application is successful, having a valid visa does not guarantee entry, UK Immigration officials have the power to refuse you all entry at the border. – Traveller May 2 at 14:06

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