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carnationbubble 发表于 2014-3-24 06:30
Well if you think it is the case then please go ahead explain and link ho guide to lz.
只要你老公不是你的sponsor,用自己的存款签证一点问题都没有，里面哪些exception写的很清楚，具体内容自己看home office public funds的内容，连接如上
2014-03-25 01:13 (22楼)2014-03-25 01:13
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monicajingmao 发表于 2014-3-24 01:32
2014-03-25 22:23 (23楼)2014-03-25 22:23本帖最后由 busy_everyday 于 2014-3-25 22:52 编辑
Most categories in the Immigration Rules require people to be able to maintain and accommodate themselves without having recourse to public funds. A person should not necessarily be refused leave if their sponsor relies on public funds.
You must check if the applicant has declared on their application form that their sponsor is claiming public funds. You must then check with the relevant issuing authority whether the amount of funds the sponsor receives would increase as a result of the applicant joining them.
Paragraphs 6A-6C of the Immigration Rules explains what the position is when an applicant is not claiming public funds themselves but their sponsor relies on public funds
If a sponsor needs to claim more public funds to support the applicant, you must refuse the application. For example, if the sponsor claims income-based jobseeker’s allowance and this would increase if their dependant was granted leave as their spouse. You must refuse the application under the relevant paragraph of the category under which leave is being sought with reference to paragraph 6A of the rules.
If the sponsor needs to claim more public funds to support the applicant but these are funds the sponsor and dependant would be jointly entitled to you must not refuse the application. For example, if the increased funds fall under the tax credits regulations, such as Working or Child Tax Credits, then you must not regard the applicant as having accessed public funds.
从home office指引看，只要是被迫要求联名申请的福利不会影响签证，而主动加入配偶来增加收益的福利会影响。红字部分直接说明tax credit是可以拿的。
出处 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/284160/Public_funds_v12_0EXT.pdf 第47页
2014-03-25 22:43 (24楼)2014-03-25 22:43本帖最后由 busy_everyday 于 2014-3-25 22:44 编辑
A person subject to immigration control is not considered as accessing public funds if it is their partner who is receiving the funds they are entitled to.
Child and working tax credits are claimed jointly by couples. If only one member of a couple is subject to immigration control, then for tax credits purposes, neither are treated as being subject to immigration control.
2014-03-25 22:49 (25楼)2014-03-25 22:49本帖最后由 busy_everyday 于 2014-3-25 22:51 编辑
A person subject to immigration control can claim certain public funds when they have a right to reside in the UK if they live with a family member who is a: British citizen, or national of a country in the European Economic Area (EEA).
Council tax reduction
Child tax credits
Personal independence payment
Working tax credits
Disability living allowance
Contribution-based employment and support allowance (ESA)
Severe disablement allowance
Social fund payment