Supporting document UK Visa

Discussion in 'UK- Visiting, Living in, Moving to or Moving From' started by vickyr, Feb 19, 2018.

  1. vickyr

    vickyr New Member

    I apologise if this question has been posted in this forum but I wasn’t able to find the answer to it anywhere. I wanted to know if a notorized copy of green card would suffice as a document proof instead of the original US permanent resident card for U.K. visa application?
     
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  2. Webdesignt

    Webdesignt New Member

    I would recommend asking the Home Office directly. You can phone them and I have found them to be surprisingly helpful!
     
  3. Webdesignt

    Webdesignt New Member

    Have you found your question to this? I'm also curious
     
  4. SusieQQQ

    SusieQQQ Well-Known Member

    You don’t hand in your actual green card to anyone! My family applied for UK visas from the US, we certainly didn’t notarize anything so if anything re green card was sent in with the application it was just a normal photocopy. The biometrics for the UK visas in the US are done via USCIS field offices and they do check/confirm status for the UK visa app when doing so (I think it actually says this somewhere when you do the booking for the bio).
     
  5. huubuihieu

    huubuihieu New Member

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