Who can sponsor a UK visa
UK Standard Visitor Visa for Indonesian Citizens
I am a Spanish citizen and currently live in London, United Kingdom. I have an Indonesian friend and we are in a long distance relationship. I usually visit him (I've been going for almost 2 years). Now we would like to apply for a visitor visa so that he can come to the UK and visit his sister who is a citizen. However, she has advantages that she cannot support him financially. We would then go to Spain to visit my family.
We looked at the application process and there are some circumstances that complicate matters. I can support him during his stay but I am not a UK citizen so I cannot sponsor him. His sister or other friends can sponsor him, but not support him financially. He does not have a permanent job in Indonesia because he is a painter and driver and therefore cannot produce a letter from the employer.
I was stupid thinking we might need the flight to show that it is going to leave the country and I already bought a ticket. He also heard that it is impossible to ask for a multiple entry when coming to the UK for the first time. The plan was for him to come to the UK, then we will visit my family in Spain for 3 weeks and return to the UK to take the flight back to Indonesia.
So many questions and no one to answer them, so struggling to find help.
Honorary citizen of the world
Honorary citizen of the world
You don't need to sponsor a visit need to be a UK citizen https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/673351/Visit-guidance-v7.0EXT.PDF # Page20 You need to do, however, show why you would sponsor him (e.g. proof of your relationship) and that you can afford to do so. UK visit visas are usually granted for 6 months so the UK - Spain - UK - Indonesia route you describe is possible. The biggest stumbling block, however, will be his personal situation in Indonesia - a sponsor does not relieve him of the need to qualify for a visiting visa himself. This usually involves demonstrating an intention to leave the UK at the end of the visit, having strong economic and social ties with the applicant's home country. You may find it helpful to read this answer UK rejected visas on V 4.2 + c (and sometimes 'e')
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