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Posts tagged with ‘Living in England’

  • What is the A1 English Test?

    By admin_thai on February 25, 2020
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    The A1 English Test is an English Test that has now been replaced by the IELTS English Test and is a requirement for all UK settlement visas including the UK Spouse Visa. You must apply for the online test and pass the exam before applying for a UK Settlement Visa. If you are considering taking your Thai wife to live with […]
  • How Can I Employ My Thai Wife in My Business?

    By admin_thai on February 23, 2020
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    It is quite common for a British man to employ his Thai wife in his own company. There are a couple of ways that this can be done legally, the first is with a Tier 2 Working Visa, but the most common way is when the Thai wife is already in the UK on a UK Spouse Visa. The legalities of […]
  • Tips for Bringing Your Thai Wife to the UK

    By admin_thai on February 15, 2020
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    Many British expats living Thailand are either choosing to or being forced to return to the UK. Most will have Thai wives or Thai girlfriends and would like them to come to the UK whether to live permanently or to stay for a significant amount of time. Of course, if your Thai wife wishes to live permanently in the UK, […]
  • Opening a Bank Account in the UK for Your Thai Wife

    By admin_thai on February 6, 2020
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    When your Thai wife moves to the UK on a UK Spouse Visa, one of the first things that she will need to arrange is a UK bank account. While on the face of it, this may seem straightforward, however, it can be far more complicated than you would imagine, especially when it comes to proving her address. What documents are […]
  • 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 […]