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Re: Documents to support US to UK settlement visa for my husband

Thanks for that one.... will print off the email receipt!
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Posted By CaRo78

Re: Documents to support US to UK settlement visa for my husband

Passport photos - no issue!
Letters - No issue!
We've been married since the 24th of November, we married quickly. We have a couple of pictures from before we got married.

With regards to...
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Posted By CaRo78

Re: Documents to support US to UK settlement visa for my husband

Letters...... ok, any specific content? My husband and I were nothing more than friends when we met, after being friends online for about 4-5 years. I went over for a visit to family, and then...
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Posted By CaRo78

Documents to support US to UK settlement visa for my husband

Hi all,

Can I get some advice on what documents to submit for my husbands settlement visa application?

We fly to the US on May 17th, and have the biometrics booked in for the next day.

I...
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Posted By CaRo78

Re: Visa for 'family of a settled person'

Pre existing conditions. I was under 12 specialists a year ago. Still under a few. It's ongoing stuff that'll be lifelong.
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Posted By CaRo78

Re: Visa for 'family of a settled person'

I've applied to 5 health insurance providers, 4 of which knocked me back and one said it would be $1800 a month. Since that, we looked at the bigger picture and saw it would be (so I thought) easier...
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Posted By CaRo78

Re: Visa for 'family of a settled person'

Do we have to go back to the US, or can it be done from anywhere outside of the uk, ie.. Spain or somewhere?
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Posted By CaRo78

Re: Visa for 'family of a settled person'

The financial side of it isn't an issue. I meet it both through income, and through disability.

How long does it take to complete it from overseas? It seems I have misread that damn paragraph so...
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Posted By CaRo78

Re: Visa for 'family of a settled person'

https://www.gov.uk/remain-in-uk-family

The information is here, it says that application can be made if he is already in the UK.
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Posted By CaRo78

Visa for 'family of a settled person'

Can someone please advise me;

My husband is from the USA, he is currently here on a tourist visa (6 months) while we looked into the viability of me returning to the US to live over there. It now...
Oct 10th 2011, 8:33 am
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Posted By CaRo78

Re: Being told that I need a visa 'before' they can offer a job....

Thanks for that, I thought I was barking up the right tree! I have sent an email pointing this out, and I have enquired if there is anyone there who mainly deals with overseas applications.....

I...
Oct 10th 2011, 7:30 am
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Views: 595
Posted By CaRo78

Being told that I need a visa 'before' they can offer a job....

I'm in the middle of applying for a job with the department of corrections, as a correctional officer, and I'm part way through the process, and I am being told that I have to 'have a visa or...
Oct 4th 2011, 8:07 pm
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Posted By CaRo78

Re: Medical Examination Process ?

Thanks for the advice, its helpful to know that its nothing too bad! I'm only in the early stages, but I'm planning hard!

Any idea how much the medicals cost? :(

Caro
Oct 3rd 2011, 8:50 pm
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Views: 11,693
Posted By CaRo78

Re: Single parent... Fathers permission to emigrate?

The general consensus is that Canada can be pretty anal about it, I think that under Canadian law, a Canadian citizen needs a letter/permission to take their child/ren interstate, let alone out of...
Oct 3rd 2011, 8:40 pm
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Views: 11,693
Posted By CaRo78

Re: Single parent... Fathers permission to emigrate?

Not a penny.......never, nada....

Apparently, children born to unmarried mothers, sole parental responsibility is given to the mother automatically and it would be up to the absent father to apply...
Oct 3rd 2011, 8:11 pm
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Views: 11,693
Posted By CaRo78

Re: Single parent... Fathers permission to emigrate?

I was reading in another forum, for AUS, and they have said in there that as long as the other parent doesn't have joint parental responsibility then you can do as you wish....

It is something I...
Forum: New Zealand
Oct 3rd 2011, 1:34 pm
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Views: 415
Posted By CaRo78

Better areas to live New Plymouth.....

Can anyone advise me on which residential areas are the better ones to live in in New Plymouth?

I happy with being in the city or a little further out, but not too far! No more than about 10-15km....
Oct 3rd 2011, 11:45 am
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Posted By CaRo78

Re: Which one....?

And again... this was going to be my next question!!

I've also been told its best to get the residency approved, rather than going for a work visa for the reasons you mentioned.

Whats the...
Oct 3rd 2011, 11:40 am
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Views: 3,850
Posted By CaRo78

Re: Medical Examination Process ?

Thanks for that..... It's one thing being prodded and poked as an adult in certain ways, it just freaked me out a little with regards to my daughter....!

Abstain from alcohol for 10-14 days..........
Oct 3rd 2011, 10:14 am
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Views: 11,693
Posted By CaRo78

Single parent... Fathers permission to emigrate?

I've been talking to a friend, who has already made the move to NZ, about my job application, and we got on the subject of visas.

I'm a single parent, my daughter is 14 now. She has her father...
Oct 3rd 2011, 9:42 am
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Views: 3,850
Posted By CaRo78

Re: Medical Examination Process ?

So how in depth is this then? I have a 14 year old daughter, and would like to know how 'invasive' they are! I've been reading through the form and guidance notes, and its asking for dates of...
Forum: New Zealand
Sep 30th 2011, 8:21 am
Replies: 5
Views: 574
Posted By CaRo78

Re: Applied for a job in NZ!

I work as a prison officer in the UK, so it would be the same role in corrections, that's what I've applied for. However, I have promotion accreditation so you never know...!
Forum: New Zealand
Sep 29th 2011, 10:39 pm
Replies: 5
Views: 574
Posted By CaRo78

Re: Applied for a job in NZ!

Thanks Sue.....

It's all new ground for me, but even now its pretty exciting!

Thank you for making me feel welcome! :)
Forum: New Zealand
Sep 29th 2011, 5:46 pm
Replies: 5
Views: 574
Posted By CaRo78

Applied for a job in NZ!

Hey all, I'm Caroline, I'm new to this site! I have a daughter aged 14, and I'm a single parent.

I work for the MOJ im the UK, and I have just applied to to department of corrections for a vacancy...
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