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Posts tagged with ‘UK Visa’

  • Why Should You Use a Professional Immigration Consultant?

    By admin_thai on April 15, 2020
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    If you are planning to take your Thai girlfriend or Thai wife back to the UK for either a holiday or to live, there will inevitably be a lot of anxiety regarding the outcome of the visa application. It is certainly far from a formality that they will be granted either a UK Tourist Visa or a UK Spouse Visa and the red tape […]
  • Things to Be Aware of When Applying for a UK Visa

    By admin_thai on March 21, 2020
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    Applying for any UK Visa is a serious business and something that you take your time over to ensure that everything is correct. It is always best employing the services of an expert to help you with your visa application to check that everything is correct before you submit your application to the British Embassy in Bangkok. From our experience, […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]