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Purpose of Settlement Checking Service






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Settlement Checking Services are local services which are provided by the government to help you apply for settlement or Indefinite Leave to Remain. For applicants who want to settle with their husband, wife, civil partner, same sex partner or unmarried partners of a British Citizen, have to apply for settlement. You need to check apply for SET (M) form to register for settlement. After filling the application you need go to a SCS to verify and correct if there are any mistakes in your application.

SCS works in a similar way to that of Nationality Checking Service. In NCS, they only provide you with information or immigration advice in regard to your queries. In Settlement Checking Service, they will approve and return all the documentation which is necessary for your application. This will help you in getting back all your important documents instead of sending them along with the application.
The origination of this service was launched in Brent and Barnet. It has slowly expanded to regions like Dudley, Manchester, Oxfordshire, South Lanakshire and Stockport. This service is also going to be available in below listed cities by 2011.

  • Cambridgeshire
  • Cardiff
  • Leeds
  • Liverpool
  • Newcastle

Before you go to SCS you should be sure about your documentation. Keep the application and documentation in order so that you don’t have to pay another visit to the service. You should fulfil all the requirements of form SET (M) and then approach SCS.

Homework to be done before going to SCS

There are certain points which you have to revise before going to the SCS. You need to be prepared in all aspects to file the application. Here are the points you should be careful of –

  • You must be strong in the history and life in UK.
  • You should have a good command on English language. Keep a check on the EOSL requirements.
  • Your appointment should not be more than 28 days before the 2 year qualifying period of being partners.

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