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Old Mar 20th 2008, 8:23 am
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Hi Guys,

Is it straight forward enough to arrive on a TWP with a job offer and extend this to PR, has anyone expericenced any problems??
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Old Mar 20th 2008, 11:38 am
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Yes, it is straightforward. We didn't have any problems.
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Originally Posted by fozzy33
Hi Guys,

Is it straight forward enough to arrive on a TWP with a job offer and extend this to PR, has anyone expericenced any problems??
Seems to be the most popular thing for people to do nowadays with the the PR from Uk being too long a wait for some.
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Thanks guys,

Do we still require medicals for twp, or is this only for pr???
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It depends what kind of job you do, I had to have one for healthcare but my husband didnt need to have one.
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That will apply to me also then, I am a nurse, and my husband is coming over without work until the kids are settled then he will look for work, I have a job lined up.
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Hi Guys,

Is it straight forward enough to arrive on a TWP with a job offer and extend this to PR, has anyone expericenced any problems??
Hi,

We're submitting our application to do this right now.

Things to note: (well, there's lots of things to note, but there's a proper big checklist and also a lovely Wiki on this site detailing all the main points of Fast Tracking your application). But these things struck me:

    Do you like how much fun this all sounds? I've been putting this off for ages, but once you get down to it, it's ok. It's no worse than applying for regular Permanent Residency, but this way, you have a chance of being Fast Tracked.

    Hope this helps,

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    Thanks Sarah,

    That is enough it put us off, you would think, but there are sooooo many of us who a desparate to leave the Uk we will go through the paperwork and questions.

    Just cant wait to to get registration approved, then we need to sell house etc, another nightmare!!!!
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    Ok so when granted a TWP which I presume last for 12 months, do you at the same time apply for PR? Is selling your home wise when this is a temp (not guaranteed) route!
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    Ok so when granted a TWP which I presume last for 12 months, do you at the same time apply for PR? Is selling your home wise when this is a temp (not guaranteed) route!
    A TWP can last for up to 3yrs. I applied for PR roughly 8mths before getting a TWP issued. There's no reason why you can't apply after too.

    I'd decided to emigrate to Canada, and getting a TWP was the first step towards residency. Couldn't see any point keeping a house in the UK when I didn't want to live there. Also, I needed the equity to start a business over here.
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    If the worse comes to worse Jankaan, we can always come back and start over.

    We want the equity out our house so that we are giving ourselves the best possible start.
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