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Re: Can i show my MPF(Provident Fund) to meet financial requirement of UK Spouse Visa

The answers do not look good for the OP -

Early Withdrawal of Benefits (http://www.mpfa.org.hk/eng/main/employee/early_withdrawal_of_benefits.jsp)

Out of the six legal reasons that the OP can...
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Can i show my MPF(Provident Fund) to meet financial requirement of UK Spouse Visa

As you cannot withdraw your MPF investment 'immediately' as per point 7 of section 7.4.3., then it appears that your MPF investment cannot be use towards meeting the UK spouse visa financial...
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Returning to UK - Sponsorship Form and more

As far as I know, unless your money comes from a house sales, you will need to have the money for at lease six months in order to make it count.
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Moving Back with Non EEA/EU spouse and children no substantive Job

The OP, as a British Citizen, can move to another EEA country (not the UK) before the end of the Brexit transitional period and apply for EEA family permits for his wife and children. As far as I...
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Can i show my MPF(Provident Fund) to meet financial requirement of UK Spouse Visa

Are you talking about the Mandatory Provident Fund from Hong Kong?

Please read from section 7.4.1. (page 50) of the link below for more information -
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Re: Can I give my future son the British citizenship?

Another option is for you to consider giving birth in the UK. A child born in the UK with a British Citizen parent would automatically become a British Citizen at birth. As you are a naturalised...
Jun 5th 2018, 6:35 pm
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Taking a leap! Moving to UK with kids and bare savings

If your whole family is moving to the UK, it is not very likely that your husband will be able to get an UK tourist visa as the risk of him overstaying in the UK is greater than usual.
Jun 4th 2018, 6:43 pm
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Taking a leap! Moving to UK with kids and bare savings

The most important question is whether your young daughters are entitle to British Citizenship. If they are, you will need to get their British passports ready before the move. However, if they are...
Jun 3rd 2018, 9:26 pm
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Moving back

You and your sister may wish to consider applying for US citizenship if not already done so - it will make it easier to return to the US to visit friends and family.

You will also need to have...
Jun 3rd 2018, 6:58 pm
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Leaving Arizona after 32 Years

If you are moving back to the UK, you should consider applying for US citizenship before leaving the US - especially if you have family and friends staying in the US.
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Hong Kongers PLEASE help!

When I cannot answer the OP's main questions, I can provide other information on moving from Hong Kong to the UK.

1) The OP should use his/her British National (Overseas) passport to apply for the...
May 31st 2018, 4:59 pm
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Thinking of moving back

You may wish to consider paying voluntary National Insurance contribution in order to get a bigger UK state pension in the future.

https://www.gov.uk/voluntary-national-insurance-contributions
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Posted By HKG3

Re: retiring in the UK

The OP will need to remember that as an EEA national staying in the UK based on being self-sufficient, he will need to buy comprehensive sickness insurance during his time in the UK.
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Posted By HKG3

Re: retiring in the UK

Your wife may also wish to pay voluntary National Insurance contributions for the years that she was in Canada. This can increase the amount of UK state pension she will get when she retires.
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Wanting to return to the UK after 9 years

In your husband's case, whether he enter the UK holding an UK Ancestry visa or an UK spouse visa based on your British Citizenship, he will need to pay the UK's immigration health surcharge (IHS).
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Posted By HKG3

Re: retiring in the UK

Your wife may wish to consider applying for Canadian citizenship before returning to the UK.
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Re: Wanting to return to the UK after 9 years

You will need your grandfather's birth certificate. You can apply for his birth certificate using the link below -
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Re: Wanting to return to the UK after 9 years

If your children's last British passports were stolen, their applications may take longer than usual.
May 27th 2018, 7:53 am
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Views: 1,095
Posted By HKG3

Re: Help Wanted - Opening Bank Accounts

You can try HSBC in Australia. Get in touch with HSBC Australia's international banking centre to see whether they can help you with opening a HSBC UK bank account in Australia. HSBC is likely to...
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Wanting to return to the UK after 9 years

It sounds like the UK Ancestry visa is for you and your husband. As both of you had a grandparent born in the UK and are Commonwealth citizens (South Africans?), then you two can apply for UK...
May 26th 2018, 7:58 am
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Views: 2,144
Posted By HKG3

Re: Help with moving back to the UK - Lots of complications

You can meet the financial requirement by having cash savings worth at lease £62,500 for six months.
May 26th 2018, 7:56 am
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Views: 2,144
Posted By HKG3

Re: Help with moving back to the UK - Lots of complications

Your husband will not be able to come to the UK as a tourist / visitor and change his status by applying for an UK spouse visa. His application will be automatically refused, so don't waste your time...
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Wanting to return to the UK after 9 years

Have you replaced your kid's stolen British passport? If not, you can do so using the link below -

https://www.gov.uk/overseas-passports
May 25th 2018, 8:36 am
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Posted By HKG3

Re: Wanting to return to the UK after 9 years

It is likely that you will need your grandfather's service records in order to be successful, You can have a look at the link below for more information -
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