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Joining husband in Saint Lucia

Old Apr 15th 2012, 3:18 am
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Hi all. My husband is British working in Saint Lucia and we are planning to go join him there. We have a 6 year old daughter and we are coming from the Philippines. Any chance anyone could give us some info regarding the visa and what to expect particularly about our daughter's education.

Thanks in advance for your reply. Would be really appreciated.
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Old Jul 23rd 2012, 2:21 pm
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Hi,

I have 3 daughters that go to school here one aged 8, one 11 and one 12, I find the education system is quiet good. Tapion school ( private ) is fantastic, ( cost is about EC1000 per term) however I have 2 other kids in public schools ( cost about EC$40 + books a year) and they seem nearly as good, so do not worry about the level of education if your daughter is willing to work at school she can do well here.

In regards to Visa's I am not sure about these at all I am afraid, perhaps someone else can help you?

Sarah
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Old Jul 23rd 2012, 2:36 pm
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Hi,

I have 3 daughters that go to school here one aged 8, one 11 and one 12, I find the education system is quiet good. Tapion school ( private ) is fantastic, ( cost is about EC1000 per term) however I have 2 other kids in public schools ( cost about EC$40 + books a year) and they seem nearly as good, so do not worry about the level of education if your daughter is willing to work at school she can do well here.

In regards to Visa's I am not sure about these at all I am afraid, perhaps someone else can help you?

Sarah
Thanks Sarah1234. It's very helpful. We have no clue about the education in Saint Lucia. We are sorting our daughter's British passport first thing and then hopefully everything will go smoothly as planned.
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