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Your son would have to sponsor spouse visa for his Columbian wife , so that she can travel with her family .
She will get dependent visa for 2.5 yrs and after one extension of 2.5 yrs, she will be eligible for Indefinite Leave to remain in the UK and subsequently to British Nationality.
The requirements for the Spouse Visa are-
You and your spouse must be 18 years old or over.
You must have met each other and be legally married.
You must intend to live together permanently.
You must have enough money to support yourselves (and any dependents) without claiming public funds.
You must earn more than £18,600 per year or have enough savings to be able to sponsor you. The minimum financial requirement is higher if they are also sponsoring dependant children.
You must have suitable accommodation for you, your spouse and any dependants.
You must satisfy the English language requirements.
The current fee for a Spouse Visa is £1,523 for applications made outside the UK.
Spouse visa can be applied online using the below weblink-
Choosing -Appendix FM partner.
His wife is the applicant , your son is the sponsor.
She need to apply .
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No, your Grandson does not need a visa for the UK as he is a British & can travel on his British passport
Please copy paste the below weblink for applying for spouse visa-
Saving must be there for at least 6 months.
To qualify for a spouse or partner visa by meeting the financial requirement on cash savings only, you need savings of at least £62,500. If you have less than £62,500 it may still be possible to use a combination of cash and income to meet the financial requirement, provided that the cash savings are over £16,000.
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