If you are married to a British Citizen or a person settled in the UK, you can apply for UK spouse visa to join or stay with your UK spouse. If you meet all the rquirements of the rules including the English language and Financial requirements, you can apply for spouse visa under the 5 years route.

We can provide UKVCAS Super Priority Service for all in-country applications for spouse visa under 5 years route including application for Switching Into Spouse Visa (5 Years Route), Renewal Of Spouse Visa (5 Years Route) and ILR Spouse Visa (5 Years Route).

Our Services For Spouse Visa Under 5 Years Route

The Immigration Solicitors at Sunrise Solicitors have vast knowledge and experience of dealing with spouse visa applications under 5 years route. We can provide various services in relation to UK spouse visa under 5 years route.

Spouse Visa Applications Under 5 Years Route

Following are the various applications for UK spouse visa under 5 years route for which we can provide the required legal help and assistance as your legal represenatives:

Entry Clearance For Spouse Visa UK
Switching Into Spouse Visa UK (5 Years Route)
Renewal Of UK Spouse Visa (5 Years Route)
ILR Spouse - SET (M) Application [5 Years Route]

Refused Spouse Visa Under 5 Years Route? We Can Help With Challenging Refusal Or Re-Applying

If your application for entry clearance, switching, renewal or ILR as spouse under 5 years route has been refused by the Home Office, UKVI, our expert immigration solicitors can provide the required legal help and assistance in challenging the refusal of your application or alternatively help you with re-applying after the refusal. We can provide following services in order to challenge the refusal of your spouse visa application under 5 years route:

Entry Clearance Appeal Against Spouse Visa Refusal
Appeal Against Refusal Of Leave To Remain As Spouse Of A British Citizen Or Settled Person
Pre-Action Protocol (PAP) For Judicial Review (JR) Against Decision Of The UKVI To Certify THe Human Rights Claim As Manifestly Unfounded
Judicial Review (JR) In The Upper Tribunal (UT) Againt Decision Of The UKVI To Certify The Human Rights Claim As Manifestly Unfounded