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UK Visa Information Thailand

  • How Can a Thailand Girl Study in the UK?

    By admin_thai on January 22, 2020
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    An increasing number of Thai students, Thai girls, in particular, are looking to further their studies overseas with the UK often being the destination of choice. In order to do so, they would need to apply for a UK Student Visa, or to give its full name, the Tier 4 – UK Student Visa. The visa allows students a great deal […]
  • Meeting the UK Spouse Visa Income Threshold as a Returning Resident

    By admin_thai on January 18, 2020
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    For many expats that are living in Thailand, they have lived with their Thai wives in the UK previously. With the strength of the Thai Baht against the Pound, along with issues surrounding the Thai Retirement Visa, many have decided that they must return to the UK, with their Thai wives. In these circumstances, the Thai wife would be a […]
  • How Much Money Do I Need To Sponsor My Thai Wife?

    By admin_thai on January 14, 2020
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    If you and your Thai wife are planning on moving back to the UK, in most circumstances, you will need to act as her sponsor. In order to qualify for a UK Spouse Visa, you will need to earn a minimum of £18,600 per annum. This figure is significantly higher than the minimum wage, and you must have been receiving the […]
  • How Easily Will My Thai Wife Be Able to Settle in the UK?

    By admin_thai on January 12, 2020
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    Any expat will tell you that moving to a new country can be challenging, especially at first, so your Thai wife will face exactly the same challenges. Firstly, she will need to arrange a UK Spouse Visa so that she can both enter and live in the UK legally. It will allow her to work in the UK, which may help […]
  • Applying For a School in the UK

    By admin_thai on January 10, 2020
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    When you and your Thai wife return to the UK with a child on a UK Spouse Visa along with a UK Dependent Visas, you will be keen to get your children enrolled in a school. You will want this to be a school close to your home and one that provides an excellent level of education. Some of these schools will have […]
  • How Do I Track the Status of My UK Visa Application?

    By admin_thai on January 8, 2020
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    Naturally, you and your Thai girlfriend or Thai wife will be concerned about the progress of your application for a UK Visa such as a UK Tourist Visa or a UK Settlement Visa. You can check your application online via the UK Visa Status Check page on the VFS Global website. What information do I need? Your case ID number sometimes referred to as […]
  • Proposed Increase to NHS Surcharge – Is it Fair?

    By admin_thai on January 4, 2020
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    After their recent general election victory in the UK, the Conservative Party announced their intention to increase the cost of Immigration Health Surcharge. What is the Immigration Health Surcharge? The Immigration Health Surcharge sometimes referred to as the NHS Surcharge, is paid annually, in advance, by immigrants when they apply for a long-term visa and each year after that. It […]
  • Can My Thai Wife’s Brother Come and Visit Us in the UK?

    By admin_thai on December 29, 2019
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    My Thai wife is very close to her brother and would like him to come and visit us in the UK. She would like him to stay for around a month so that she can show him around the country. Is this possible, as she has been told that he will not get a visa for the UK? UK Tourist […]
  • What Are The British Citizenship Fees For 2019/20?

    By admin_thai on December 23, 2019
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    When you submit your application to the Home Office to become a British citizen, you must pay all fees at this point. Failure to pay the fees will mean that your application is invalid and you will be charged a £25 admin fee. All fees should be paid by cheque, credit or debit card as cash is not always accepted. […]
  • Do I Need to Tell the Home Office I have Separated from My Husband?

    By admin_thai on December 20, 2019
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    Going through a separation is never a nice thing to have to do, but it is essential that you follow the right procedure to maintain your rights in the UK. If your relationship ends with the person you were with when you arranged your UK Spouse Visa, you must inform the Home Office immediately. Of course, at this stressful time, you […]