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Offline Masmolene

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Preparing for UK fiancee and dependent visas
« on: August 02, 2011, 11:37:26 AM »
Hi Guys and Girls

Still planning visa applications at Moscow in October 2011

Firstly I require 3 documents translated appropriately for the visa application,

1) Natalya's birth certificate
2) Anton's birth certificate
3) Natalya's former husband's death certificate.

I have scanned copies of these documents, should I arrange this in Russia (Kursk) or can UK translation services be used? Are there any particular formats that should be used etc?

Secondly; somewhere on this site is a link to an example of sponsor's letter of invitation. I followed the link and it was dead. Does anyone know of a similar link?

Thirdly; out of curiosity does anyone know how difficult/impossible it would be to day trip/holiday in France with a Russian Fiancee/Wife and child?