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Q1 If your bank statements show that none of your income is spent on day-to-day bills/living expenses etc for your children, you have no other dependents whom you support (eg parents), and your savings account(s) demonstrate that your earnings are used primarily for savings, then IMHO you can answer ‘No’ to this question. Q2 IANAL but by inference if you ...


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When an applicant is a non-working spouse with little or no assets of their own, it is common for their husband/wife/partner to provide the relevant financial documents in support of the application. Depositing money into your wife’s account, over and above any regular deposits you may already make, isn’t likely to help, and could even complicate matters ...


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I've had important documents such as a birth certificate laminated before and it did cause problems. It should be accepted as it doesn't have to be stamped or anything. If you want to get a copy as laminated documents make it really hard to detect important security features. On a side note I found this on the UK GOV website relating to a passport ...


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If your document originates from Russia then it should be legalized by the correct authority where the document was created or issued. Step 1 is to find the official translator (authorized one) who is licensed for translating the document from Russian to English. Step 2, some official documents such as Criminal records need to go through Apostille of ...


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Providing a certified translation means that your documents should be translated by a certified translator from Russian to English/Welsh. Find/Google a Russian certified translator in UK. They will translate your documents and will attach an info page with their logo, signature, red stamp, and name/contact details. That's all it takes to call a document "...


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How much do you earn from this job in a year? As you are the General Manager this means how much you pay yourself out of the company's money each year and take as your personal income or as mentioned by Moo in the comments: What do you declare to the government as your income for your personal tax returns?


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You've received a multiple entry Standard Visitor Visa from the UK. Regardless of the original reason for the visit, you can use it to enter the UK for any purpose permitted by this type of visa, including tourism, business, or transit. A more detailed list of these permitted activities is in Appendix 3 of the immigration rules for visitors, where attending ...


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You need to use your national passport -- and therefore you need a visa -- if the trip is not for official UN purposes: UN Laissez-passer This allows the holder to travel to the United Kingdom on official business without a national passport or entry clearance. However, when holders travel to the UK for any other reason, they should use their national ...


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Well, You should show both of your account's statements. and describe all this situation in the Cover letter in detail.


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Somehow my case was similar, In my case some salaries were missing, because I received them when I was in Europe in hand. I explained my bank statement in detail in my cover letter. And I got the UK Visitor Visa.


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If the refusal is not based on fraudulent , then your us refusal should not influence your uk application


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It will be of good, to write a cover letter why the chunk of money and well detailed source, it doesn’t matter if it is months back, long as it’s included in the financial statement you will be sumbbiting then it’s necessary


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