Those willing to part with a few hundred pounds more can get the premium extension service.
Spouses applying to move to be with their partners have to prove they can support themselves and their partners, and they have to have been living with them for two years.
We love anyone who admits exactly what they want, and this lil' old lady is stating it loud and clear!
While being interviewed in front of her family, this 100-year-old great-grandma got real freakin' honest about what her mind is on.
Applicants should prove an annual income of £18,600 between them.
Those with children should prove they will earn an extra £3,800 for their first child, and then £2,400 for their second child and any other children.
Mr Nwachukwu has even been denied a tourist visa to see his wife, and their applications have been turned down because it's thought they won't have financial backing.
An application for a partner to join a spouse in the UK must prove they can support themselves.Partners will then be given permission to move for around two and a half years and should extend this after that time.Mr Nwachukwu has to be able to show he can support himself or be supported to be granted a Marriage Visitor visa, by the rules of the Home Office.Under the visa for visitors, the trip must be no longer than six months, and applicants should prove they will leave at the end.Two years ago, Julie Dag from Bournemouth told of how she was duped into spending £20,000 after falling for local musician Lamin Sidibeh while on holiday in The Gambia in West Africa in 2007.