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Old 10th May 2014, 21:03
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Old 10th May 2014, 22:12
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Old 27th May 2014, 03:38
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Thank you Hannia. Very informative. I have to agree with you concerning the need to keep documentation of everything between you and fiancée. All of the emails and Skype messages and love notes. I think you would keep them anyway since it is all very romantic, but it is also an easy way to show the depth of your relationship. Also, you may want to consider going on a vacation for the both of you. There are approximately 65 countries that Ukrainians can visit with just an international passport and not a visa, and some of them are lovely. The more things that you do as a normal couple, the better you get to know each other, and the more likely that you will receive the fiancée visa.

Also, getting married is important, so I would give this advise to anyone. Go on vacation together to a place that neither of you know very well. You can explore it together and then it can be your special place to visit during your marriage. Good luck to all who have found love with their special someone in Ukraine.
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Old 27th May 2014, 16:00
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Benefits of a travel history

As part of the previous relationship evidence travel together is definitely a good step. It proves, among other things the financial ability to fund such activities. It also puts date stamp evidence in the Ukrainian citizens passport that should be supported by photographs of the couple together, preferably with identifiable, or convincing backgrounds confirming that visit. Travel history is significant to the Ukrainian visa applicant for providing evidence of return to Ukraine each time the traveller has exited the country. It seems that the overwhelming concern, certainly with the USA and UK visa applications that the Ukrainian citizen is seeking to enter their country and thereafter stay, albeit illegally.

A word of warning about submission of email printouts passed between the couple offered with the visa application as evidence of ongoing relationship. All supporting documentation is scrutinised in detail. Applicants should be careful not to submit anything that could become a contentious issue (the sponsor in UK mentioning anything indicative of minor problem with his ex-wife, or a housing issue; or any other such personal matters by the Ukrainian spouse/fiancée).

The current situation in Ukraine, if it continues to worsen, will do little to improve the already difficult situation for Ukrainians to gain certain visas, even though they may be sponsored.
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Old 6th June 2014, 21:19
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Thank you jools182, now we just need to prepare for the Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK process which is due in the next year and a half. Quite expensive as well, but there you go.
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