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Thai Working in the UK

April 9, 2020

Moving Back to the UK

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
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Sending money to Thai girlfriend
A topic that many people always want answering is how much money they should send their Thai girlfriend each month. Obviously, everyone’s circumstances are different, and it will depend on if you live in Thailand or overseas, what your girlfriend does for work and, of course, how much you can afford. It is perhaps this last point that is most
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UK Immigration Update

April 5, 2020

UK Immigration Update

Covid-19 has caused chaos around the world with the genuine threat of those coming from overseas, bringing the disease to the UK and heightening an already extremely serious problem. The Home Office has issued guidance with regards to how those entering the country should be dealt with if they have the virus or a suspected of being infectious buy generic viagra nz.
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UK Returning Residents

April 3, 2020

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
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Pattaya Coronavirus

April 1, 2020

Pattaya and Covid-19

The situation is continually changing, but like many other cities, Pattaya has been severely affected by the coronavirus. With bars remaining closed and social distancing becoming a priority, Pattaya has become a place, at least in the short-term, which is unrecognisable to most. Everyone is encouraged to distance themselves and wear surgical facemasks to try and minimise the spread of
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