Dear Home Office,
I made the UK spouse visa application in time before my visa expiry however at that time my wife only had 4 months' worth of payslips. The Home Office had refused the visa application because of not meeting the financial requirement but was granted right of appeal.
I have appealed but got the appeal date which is about 6 months after, due to which I will have to face difficult times as I am stuck until then.
My query is that currently my wife has now got more than 6 months' of payslips and so do meet the requirements so is it possible without withdrawing the appeal to make a fresh application now with additional financial evidence not available earlier at the time of initial application because of which the application was refused?
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Thank you for your email correspondence of 25 February.
Please be informed that you will need to withdraw your appeal in order to
submit a fresh application. Once your appeal is withdrawn, your 3C leave
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UK Visas and Immigration
Dear DMC (Croydon),
Thank you for your response dated 04 March 2015.
Following up with your reply as you mentioned that I cannot make a fresh application without withdrawing the appeal and if I do withdraw the appeal my 3C leave will end. So can you please clarify as to what can I do in this situation because there should be some solution.