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Posts tagged with ‘Living in the UK’

  • 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 […]
  • Why Are So Many British Retirees Leaving Pattaya?

    By admin_thai on November 17, 2019
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    The number of western ex-pats living in Pattaya has been on the decline for several years now. One of the main groups leaving in numbers is the British retirees, many of whom have lived in the country for some years. There are several reasons for this with many arguing that Pattaya “isn’t what it used to be” or “the place […]
  • What is the UK Fiancée Visa?

    By admin_thai on October 30, 2019
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    If you are a British national and wish to marry your Thai girlfriend in the UK, you will need to apply for a UK Fiancée Visa. It will allow you Thai fiancée entry into the UK for a period of up to six months. During these six months, you will need to get married. What is required for a UK Fiancée […]
  • 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 are the main types of Visa for the UK?

    By admin_thai on October 1, 2019
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    If you are considering taking your Thai girlfriend, fiancée or wife to visit or live in the UK, you will want to know which visa she should apply for. The most important factor affecting your decision will almost certainly be the duration of her stay, closely followed by the relationship that you have with your Thai lady. Here is our […]
  • 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 […]
  • What Income Qualifies For a UK Spouse Visa for my Thai Wife?

    By admin_thai on September 18, 2019
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    The stipulations for the financial requirements for the spouse visa are quite clear in the amounts required, but it is perhaps less clear what income will qualify. Here is our list of what is included although this is not exhaustive: Income from employment, either salaried or otherwise. If the income is your Thai wife’s salary, she would need to seek […]
  • When Should You Apply For Indefinite Leave to Remain?

    By admin_thai on September 17, 2019
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    If your Thai wife has missed the deadline for extending her visa, then she could encounter some serious problems. Luckily, there is a way for buying some time than may mean that your visa does get processed and you can get back to normal. Generally, this means applying online. Why it is Important Not to Become an Overstayer Anyone who […]
  • How a Professional Visa Company Can Help Your Thai Wife Apply For A UK Spouse Visa

    By admin_thai on September 5, 2019
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    If you are legally married to your Thai wife, she can apply for a UK Spouse Visa sometimes referred to as a UK Settlement Visa. There are, of course, several restrictions with the most significant being the financial requirements. Assuming that your Thai wife is granted a visa, the initial visa will be for 30 months, which can be extended […]
  • Does a UK Residence Permit Entitle You To Government Funds?

    By admin_thai on July 27, 2019
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    This is a question that we frequently get asked regarding Thai nationals who have been granted Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR), you will have access to public funds. Unlike people with Further Leave to Remain (FLR) in the UK, will only granted on the condition that the person has no recourse to public funds. However, as with many cases with […]