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Archive for 2017

  • Spouse Visa – Marry In Thailand & Apply To Settle In The UK

    By admin_thai on December 21, 2017
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    UK Border Agency – UK Spouse Visa – Marriage Visa Applications – Which Visa? A Spouse Visa or a UK Marriage Visa is, as the name would suggest, a visa that is granted to the spouse of a UK citizen or someone who is “settle in the UK” and allows them to migrate to the UK. Unlike many other visas, […]
  • Apply to settle in the UK – family visa – spouse or partner ,fiancé, fiancée or proposed civil partner application- find out more?

    By admin_thai on December 20, 2017
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    How do I obtain a UK Border Agency Spouse Visa- Family Visa – fiancé, fiancée or proposed civil partner, child, parent, relatives may also join you ! It seems that an increasing number of Brits living in Thailand are now considering moving back to the UK and taking their Thai wife and children back with them. It should go without saying […]
  • How Can I Take My Thai Girlfriend to England

    By admin_thai on December 20, 2017
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    How Can I Take My Thai Girlfriend To England- How To Apply For A 6 Month UK Visitors Visa? Uk visitors visa. If you live in Thailand or you are a frequent visitor, the chances are that you will have a Thai girlfriend. It is therefore natural that you will want to take your partner back to the UK. Here […]
  • Apply To Settle In The UK – ILR As A Bereaved Spouse

    By admin_thai on October 7, 2017
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    Apply to settle in the UK. makes provision for spouses who are bereaved during the probationary period to be granted indefinite leave to remain (ILR) in the UK. As long as the relationship was subsisting and that they intended to live together permanently in the UK at the time of the sponsor’s death. Your ‘partner’ could be your spouse, civil partner […]
  • Rental Income for UK spouse visa application

    By admin_thai on April 26, 2017
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    Another way to meet the financial requirements of the Immigration rules is from rental income.This is classed as nonemployment income & to evidence property rental income you must supply the following information: Confirmation that the person or the person and their partner jointly own the property for which the rental income is received, through: (1) A copy of the title […]
  • UK Spouse Visa Financial Requirements – Cash Savings

    By admin_thai on April 25, 2017
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    This Appendix sets out the specified evidence applicants need to provide to meet the requirements of rules contained in Appendix FM and, where those requirements are also contained in other rules, including Appendix Armed Forces, and unless otherwise stated, the specified evidence applicants need to provide to meet the requirements of those rules.You can meet the financial requirements of appendix […]
  • Supreme Court Hearing Ruling – Challenge To Foreign Spouse Income Threshold

    By Paul Aslett on February 22, 2017
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    Supreme Court Hearing Ruling – Appendix FM Supreme court hearing Ruling.The UK’s highest court is due to rule on the legality of Government financial measures that are hitting British citizens who want to bring spouses or partners into the UK.the Supreme Court justices will announce decisions in a number of challenges brought against a mandatory “minimum income” immigration requirement which […]
  • Affirmation of freedom to marry – how to get married in 8 easy steps

    By admin_thai on February 15, 2017
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    Affirmation of freedom to marry – legally marry in Thailand Affirmation of freedom to marry general guidance oh how a British citizen can get legally married in Thailand in 7 easy steps. This marriage is recognized as legally binding in the UK. For information on marriage in Thailand and to find out what you need to do to swear an […]
  • Obtaining A First Time Child Passport for Your Baby Born Thai

    By admin_thai on February 14, 2017
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    If you have a baby born Thai & the father is a British citizen you may be able to apply for a UK passport for the child. Children born as a result of a relationship between a British citizen and a Thai national are automatically entitled to a British passport. Obtaining your child’s first passport is far less complicated than […]
  • Pension Income letters – proof of income letters service for British citizens living in Thailand !

    By admin_thai on February 12, 2017
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    Can you use a pension income letter to get a retirement visa in Thailand – yes we can do it for you guaranteed! The Consular Section (British Embassy)is able to issue a pension income letters addressed to local Thai Immigration confirming your pension/income to support the renewal/extension of your retirement visa. This letter is a Thai requirement and the granting […]