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Old 04-10-2016, 06:40 AM
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You might mean Immigration Agent.
If so, you can both discuss the application with the..

For prices, you need to discus that direct with them.

A few post on here regulatory.

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Old 04-10-2016, 07:39 AM
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Water, often a set fee some have/had a service that let you do it but they checked it first.

Ok England is a key (low risk = easierish).

Not reading your previous 11 posts I know not much of your knowledge of the process. So basically if your case has no bad things (police report etc) and good evidence and no big age gaps and more than a year knowing since meet - (very rough stuff)

You can do it yourself or just get a initial consultation to confirm you are on track. Either way you an your partner still do ALL the ground work gathering the documents/evidence, no agent provides that ,well not approved ones.

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My opinion is no. But my suggestion is work thru the whole application then ask questions here (things change even if forms/laws don't).

If you get ANY negative here then you need a agent, if not then you can with reasonable comfort apply alone.

I am not an agent FYI.

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Thanks for that, it is quite a basic situation, my finance does have a non migrating son with very slight autism it's actually classified as post developmental disorder not otherwise specified. Could this cause an issue in your opinion?
All dependent family members must satisfy the applicable medical criteria, even if not migrating. If one fails, all fail.

May I suggest that you consult a registered migration agent about the medical issue before you commit to a course of action?

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