Dear Home Office,
I have got ILR on long residency (10 Years) route last year.
In ILR application form, I ticked single as I was engaged and had religious ceremony but my wife was not living with me and was still living with her parents afterwords and was not depandant on me at that time. we got formal wedding this year (after getting ILR) but on my wedding form date is mentioned when we got engaged as we performed religious cermony at that time.
Do I need to request HO to update/amend this martial status in the form or I can apply for her spouse visa without any further action. Usally what happens if an applicant finds a mistake afterwards, even its not directly relevent to the visa conditions.
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Thank you for your e-mail dated 17th July regarding ILR
You would not be able to update your marital status on a previous submission if you have already been
granted ILR from that application.
If you are looking to apply for a spouse visa, please refer to the FLR(M) form and guidance notes which
will provide information on all of the requirements that must be met:
Please note the onus is upon individual customers to ensure that they satisfy the requirements set out in
the guidance material. The guidance material accompanies each and every application form. UK Visas and
Immigration is not able to give, indicate or advise upon the outcome of any such application prior to it
being given full and careful consideration.
Directing you to the guidance material is the only advice we can give you. If you need any further help
you should seek independent immigration advice. Immigration
advisers can help you with immigration matters, including completion of forms and representing you at a
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