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Posts tagged with ‘Indefinite Leave to Remain’

  • What is Section EX?

    By admin_thai on April 19, 2020
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    Section EX refers to certain exceptions to the eligibility requirements for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) or Further Leave to Remain (FLR) for partners or parents. Paragraph EX.1 considers the possibility of leave being granted even if some of the requirements haven’t been met. What is required? You must still be in a relationship You must meet the financial requirements The majority of the […]
  • Moving Back to the UK

    By admin_thai on April 9, 2020
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    Are There Job Opportunities For My Thai Wife in the UK? A few months ago, we wrote an article on the job prospects for your Thai wife working in the UK. Naturally, the UK, like anywhere else, has been severely affected by the coronavirus or Covid-19. Employment in the UK for anyone is hard; especially those who are seeking work […]
  • By admin_thai on April 3, 2020
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    Returning Residents: Have you lost your Indefinite Leave to Remain? Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) means that the person with the status is not limited to the amount of time that they can spend in the UK. However, ILR or, indeed, Indefinite Leave to Enter (ILE) can be revoked or lost in some circumstances. Circumstances where ILR/ILE is lost One […]
  • 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 […]
  • What Happens When You Apply For Indefinite Leave to Remain?

    By admin_thai on December 9, 2019
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    Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) is the ultimate aim of the vast majority of people who apply for a UK Spouse Visa. If your Thai wife has lived in the UK permanently for five years, towards the end of this period, she will be eligible to apply for ILR. ILR means that your Thai wife will be able to live in the […]
  • The UK Spouse Visa and the Language Requirements

    By admin_thai on December 1, 2019
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    If you are planning on taking your Thai wife to the UK, she will need a UK Spouse Visa. One of the critical requirements for this visa is that she must be able to speak and understand a certain amount of English and she will need to prove this by passing the A1 (IELTS) English Test. The A1 English Test The A1 […]
  • Take my wife to live in the UK long- term ?

    By admin_thai on November 19, 2019
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    With an increasing number of UK ex-pats choosing to return to Britain, many are exploring what options are available when it comes to taking their Thai wife back to the UK with them. Of course, one of the key determinants will be the duration that your Thai wife is planning on spending in the UK. If she is planning on […]
  • Settling in the UK After 10 Years

    By admin_thai on November 5, 2019
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    It is not only Thai wives that wish to settle in the UK, but there are also numerous Thai people living and working in the UK who may want to live in the country permanently. If you have lived in the UK for more than 10 years, it is possible to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR). Whom does the application […]
  • The Knowledge of Life in the UK Test

    By admin_thai on October 18, 2019
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    If you are planning on returning to the UK on a full-time basis, your Thai wife will initially need to apply for a UK Spouse Visa which will allow her to remain in the UK for five years. After this period has elapsed, she will then be able to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR). To qualify, she will need to […]
  • What Is Indefinite Leave to Remain?

    By admin_thai on September 28, 2019
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    If your Thai wife or Thai partner is granted Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK. She will be able to live and work in the UK free of any restrictions and is the first step in becoming naturalised as a British citizen Does she qualify to apply for ILR? Has she lived in the UK continuously for five […]