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Old 01-21-2020, 12:02 PM
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Partner visa (820) sponsor

Hello guys,

I ( applicant ) and my partner ( sponsor ) applied 820/801 visa last December.

My partner and his ex-girlfriend applied 820 visa on 2015. However, she had never have a 820 visa as they broke up and she went back to UK with her bridging visa.

As my bf and his ex didn't have a partner visa so I ticked 'no' about asking if my partner has any past relationship history. However, my partner ticked 'yes' about that question after we discussed again.

We sent through a correct answer on attach document session after the payment. We said he tried to sponsor his ex on 2015 but the visa never approved as their relationship ended.


So my question is am I doing correct? will it effect on my visa?

I am scared!

Thank you guys.


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Old 01-21-2020, 12:10 PM
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As my bf and his ex didn't have a partner visa so I ticked 'no' about asking if my partner has any past relationship history. However, my partner ticked 'yes' about that question after we discussed again.
Having a visa or not, is not relevant to the relationship question.

They had a relationship, so the answer is yes.

As long as you have submitted something to explain, I would think they would understand.

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