The financial requirement for a UK Spouse Visa is subject to change and can depend on various factors, including whether you’re applying from within the UK or outside, whether you’re applying for a 2.5-year or 5-year visa, and whether you’re using savings or an income source to meet the requirement.
If you’re using savings to meet the financial requirement, you generally need to demonstrate that you have a minimum of £62,500 in savings held for at least 6 months prior to your application.
If you’re relying on an income source, the requirement is typically an annual income of at least £18,600. This requirement increases if you’re sponsoring additional dependents. If you’re also sponsoring a non-British or non-EEA child, the financial requirement increases to £22,400 for one child and an additional £2,400 for each subsequent child.
It’s important to note that these figures can change, and different rules might apply depending on your individual circumstances. Therefore, I highly recommend visiting the official UK government website or consulting with a legal expert or immigration advisor to get the most up-to-date and accurate information regarding the financial requirement for a UK Spouse Visa.