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Posted By agileflower

Re: UK/US Citizen to UK from Sweden

We have been married just over one year. We much prefer to do the settlement visa, as I can start working on my 'time' for things like NHS sponsored school programs, citizenship etc....


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Posted By agileflower

UK/US Citizen to UK from Sweden

Hi there. My husband is the UK citizen, we are residing in Sweden. We have been told that we can apply for an EEA family permit which is very fast, but that once I get here it might take up to 5...
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Posted By agileflower

Re: EEA permit vs Settlement

HI.

Thanks for your post. We have been married less than four years and I am not eligible for Swedish citizenship....it seems all paths point to going with a settlement permit (especially given...
Oct 19th 2004, 12:55 pm
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Posted By agileflower

Re: Anti Semitism

Thank you so much to everyone who has responded to this thread.

When I had spoken to my hub's sister about his feelings about London, she was suprised as she had not experienced any...
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Posted By agileflower

EEA permit vs Settlement

Hello again!

My husband (UKC) was told by our local embassy (Stockholm) that we could apply for either an EEA Family permit or a Settlement permit for me to go to the UK with him to live. I have...
Oct 18th 2004, 10:26 am
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Posted By agileflower

Anti Semitism

Hello. I am a USC married to a UKC, and we are thinking of moving back to London. My husband has a great fear of what he considers growing anti-semitism in England. To me, it seems rather paranoid...
Sep 26th 2004, 6:11 pm
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Views: 652
Posted By agileflower

Re: Confused: planned on DCF but now entry on H1B then AOS?

Hi there! We are looking forward to getting home....we moved here from the SF area (to Angelholm near Helsingborg)....quite a difference! As we get closer I will look on CL. I have found roommates...
Sep 26th 2004, 6:09 pm
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Posted By agileflower

Re: Confused: planned on DCF but now entry on H1B then AOS?

I read your kamya story eagerly. Was your DHs income US based? and thank so much for some of the tidbits you put in there....made me ask some more questions on tomorrows fax to the embassy (i...
Sep 25th 2004, 7:57 am
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Posted By agileflower

Re: Confused: planned on DCF but now entry on H1B then AOS?

Ah and they let you use those? Very good-if my old bank account is still available online I can do this....



I can do that--I have lined up a place to stay for a few weeks if needed--I just...
Sep 24th 2004, 7:26 pm
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Views: 532
Posted By agileflower

Re: Help with Affidavit of Support.

I had a question pop up when looking at this thread:

If one is not going to use income (in my case is nil, telecommuting and not donw anything for months--but technically still on someone's...
Sep 24th 2004, 7:19 pm
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Views: 652
Posted By agileflower

Re: Confused: planned on DCF but now entry on H1B then AOS?

That is something I have not check out with them and I could do on Monday when I phone the Embassy. Good idea!



I have not signed yet...but if by chance they want me to start NOW I can do some...
Sep 24th 2004, 7:15 pm
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Posted By agileflower

Re: Confused: planned on DCF but now entry on H1B then AOS?

Yeah, he unfortunately is not in that category (if he continues on the path of finding legal work)....now, he could teach math, but I don't think he is interested quite yet in doing that....
Sep 8th 2004, 10:20 am
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Posted By agileflower

conflicting info on police cert-6 mos or 1 year

I read this, pasted below, which implies that a person does not need a police certificate for every country they have lived in for more than six months since age 16 but rather for those lived in for...
Aug 4th 2004, 7:07 am
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Posted By agileflower

Infant Passport Photo req

I am hunting for a link I saw posted on the passport photo requirements for infants who cannot hold thier heads up (vs a child who could sit there). That link had pretty specific instructions, yet I...
Jul 26th 2004, 2:08 pm
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Posted By agileflower

Re: alien number problem

If all he has is passport stamps (his work permits were all 15+ years ago, he has no paperwork whatsoever), how might we go about finding that pesky number?
Jul 26th 2004, 1:19 pm
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Views: 1,275
Posted By agileflower

Re: frauded in a fraud marriage

>sure that I never return to the States. and I really dont expect
>anything less mean or spiteful from someone like her suffering from
>being bipolar.

From where I see it, you have a few things...
Forum: USA
Jul 8th 2004, 12:50 pm
Replies: 16
Views: 7,800
Posted By agileflower

hair straigtener disaster

I was in the reverse situation: rather than buying a new one and getting rid of the one from the US, I used a converter. I completely fried my hair; it literally melted to the ceramic on the ends. ...
Jul 1st 2004, 6:36 pm
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Views: 670
Posted By agileflower

police report from Kuwait

My husband needs to get a police cert from a country that requires you to be physically present to get it: Kuwait. Does this mean he'd have to GO to Kuwait to get the report? He would have a...
Jun 6th 2004, 5:24 pm
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Views: 275
Posted By agileflower

entry application location

My husband is a british citizen, I am a US citizen and we are currently living in Sweden. We and our soon to be born child want to return to the US but are wondering how we can do this as we may not...
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