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Re: British by descent and spouse

Thanks, they will in all probability use the savings route in order to not be separated.
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Re: British by descent and spouse

Thanks SoS! Just by coincidence as I read this OH got an answer to the affirmative from another forum. This was someone who had done it with no issues. Now to see if our two can get it together and...
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Re: British by descent and spouse

Anything official on that?
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Re: British by descent and spouse

Thanks Scot, my husband is on a spouse visa, so have that information. DD is a citizen and does have a passport, although she has never lived in the UK. I, on the other hand, was born in the UK. The...
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Posted By Perth

British by descent and spouse

Hello! It’s been ages since I’ve been here, and I am long overdue posting an update. For now though I urgently need an answer to this question. My daughter is British by descent through me. She and...
Jan 17th 2019, 2:04 pm
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Posted By Perth

Re: Moving back with French spouse

I second Norwich. It has everything you could want at much lower prices than London. Two hours by train to London.
But I think you might be putting the cart before the horse though. Find the job...
Forum: Back Home
Jan 17th 2019, 1:51 pm
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Views: 2,810
Posted By Perth

Re: Does anyone remember...

I'm the one who was in touch with WhoFan. Poor dear has had one health setback after another, the most serious being a heart attack.
I think she is no longer able to work at this point. No recent...
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Posted By Perth

Re: UK spouse visa refused

I advise you to use an immigration attorney. My husband's visa was turned down due to the rules (their rules) being incorrectly applied. We made an informal appeal to the supervisor and was told...
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Posted By Perth

Re: Total fees for spousal visa?

They're having a laff :angry_smile:
Dec 22nd 2018, 10:46 am
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Posted By Perth

Re: Back from Canada 6 months and missing it terribly

How long have you been back? It is natural to miss the stability of what you left behind during the chaos of starting a new life. Common wisdom on this board has been that a two year period should be...
Nov 20th 2018, 9:38 am
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Posted By Perth

Re: Moving to UK - medicines

If you do pack liquids make sure you put them in zippy bags to avoid unexpected spillage.

For prescription medications, I always pack them in the carry on in case the checked goes missing.
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Nov 20th 2018, 9:31 am
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Posted By Perth

Re: It’s Happening, but I’m full of worry- moving back from Us to Uk

If I understood correctly you said you would keep your jobs? And would it be possible to rent out your house? You have the advantage that neither of you needs a visa. Sounds like it could (almost) be...
Forum: Back Home
Nov 20th 2018, 9:08 am
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Posted By Perth

Re: Back in Scotland

Yes indeed! :starsmile: Wishing you good luck as you speed along your way to happiness :)
Nov 1st 2018, 6:35 pm
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Posted By Perth

Re: Moving back home to UK from New Zealand

Also for certain medical conditions regardless of age. Or there is a monthly plan you can join so you don't pay above a fixed amount.
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Nov 1st 2018, 6:25 pm
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Posted By Perth

Re: FInding Rent in Co. Cork

I recently located a facebook page for Westport, Ireland, as we are planning a trip there, and I wanted local recommendations for accommodations. I was flooded with messages, which included private...
Oct 30th 2018, 10:52 am
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Posted By Perth

Re: Moving back to UK from USA and Heathcare

Virgin Atlantic also out of Atlanta
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Posted By Perth

Re: FLM date confusion

Yes indeed, although I still have over a year left to worry about it!
Thank you for the link.
Oct 30th 2018, 10:40 am
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Posted By Perth

Re: Moving back to UK from USA and Heathcare

As I said before, this is how I understood it until recently. I always say I am a dual citizen at checkout and offer both passports, But it seems to irritate Virgin Atlantic when I do.
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Posted By Perth

Re: FLM date confusion

Thanks BiP :thumb:
Oct 29th 2018, 4:24 pm
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Posted By Perth

Re: Moving back to UK from USA and Heathcare

This was always how it used to be for me for ages.
But on the last couple flights, check-in only wanted the passport that corresponded to the country I was heading for.
So, American for flight from...
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Posted By Perth

Re: FLM date confusion

[QUOTE=BritInParis;12584715]The three months ‘extra’ was designed to give you time to make the move to the UK. That practicality ended with the 30 day vignettes but the 33 month validity continues.
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Posted By Perth

Re: FLM date confusion

Ohhh, OK, we applied from outside the UK.

Funny, in all the years I have been following this issue, never saw anything else other than 2.5 years mentioned for the first visa.

So now, dumb...
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Views: 843
Posted By Perth

FLM date confusion

Hello lovely people!

Hubby's spouse visa was issued March 21, 2017. If you count 2.5 years from then you come up with Sept 21, 2019, yes?

How is it that his BRP expiry date is Dec 21, 2019? And...
Forum: Back Home
Oct 19th 2018, 9:10 am
Replies: 107
Views: 35,162
Posted By Perth

Re: Back in Scotland

Ah yes Caroline, been there. A few months in, just like you. It was rough for a while. Even thought I had made a huge mistake. You do get through it, at least I think most do. But it can return in...
Oct 18th 2018, 7:33 pm
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Views: 2,074
Posted By Perth

Re: I'm dreaming of a Wight Christmas

Welcome Home!!! :britflag:
I get you about the humidity. We lived in Tampa, which is a swamp of humidity and mosquitoes. Never been so happy than to kiss that state goodbye.
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