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Posted By gmralston

Re: Advice for UK spouse visa applying overseas but have no documents to prove

There is another thread regarding financial requirement,
http://britishexpats.com/forum/citizenship-passports-spouse-family-visas-196/advice-uk-spouse-visa-applying-category-b-837779/
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Posted By gmralston

Re: Advice for UK spouse visa applying overseas but have no documents to prove

In theory the issuing agency should be aware of those local regulations regarding foreigners and make allowances. Your list looks good, especially *2 and *3, you will need your marriage certificate...
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Posted By gmralston

Re: $63K Gift

This is good advice and the current GBP/USD rate has just caught me with my pants down.
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Posted By gmralston

Re: $63K Gift

Yes, you need the full £62,500 after 2.5 years and a bit less (£40k-something) for ILR after 5 years.
Dec 24th 2012, 7:07 am
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Posted By gmralston

Re: Vaf appendix 2 questions..Confused totally

There should be a guidence form with that appendix on the UKBA site, they are usefull and usually tell if figuers are to be gross or net.

Q3.22 + Q3.33, you need to found out what your requirement...
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Posted By gmralston

Re: British citizen living abroad? Non-EEA spouse? This may affect you!

Work wise, she can do anything a full resident can do, except claim benefits of course. Never read about probation residents not being able to set up a business so I assume that would be fine too.
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Posted By gmralston

Re: British citizen living abroad? Non-EEA spouse? This may affect you!

As far as know the applicants savings are taken into account as well as the sponsor's.
Jul 14th 2012, 11:23 am
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Posted By gmralston

Re: Better for kids in Australia.

No. It's not just you, the only time we liked the weather in Brisbane was in the winter, the rest of the year, we hated it.
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Posted By gmralston

Re: British citizen living abroad? Non-EEA spouse? This may affect you!

I am assuming that a non EEA spouse will need a 12 month visa to stay in Europe, how hard (or easy) are they to come by?
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Posted By gmralston

Re: British citizen living abroad? Non-EEA spouse? This may affect you!

I am missing something here, how does a non EEA national become an EEA national in just one year? It doesn't sound right. How does this work exactly?
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Posted By gmralston

Re: Back And Still Scared!

It's not clear from your op if earn £14,000pa interest or have £14,000 earning interest. If it's the former then you should have no problems as your capital would be huge, if it's the latter then you...
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Posted By gmralston

Re: Back And Still Scared!

If you're earning £14,000 interest then you have more than enough capital to satisfy the new rules. At an interest rate of 3% you need over £380,000 in the bank, they will roll out the red carpet for...
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Posted By gmralston

Re: British citizen living abroad? Non-EEA spouse? This may affect you!

I understand savings over a certain amount will be taken into account, is that right? Granted, most people won't have that amount lying around, I seem to recall circa £64000 if the sponsor didn't...
Forum: Australia
Jul 4th 2011, 10:59 am
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Posted By gmralston

Re: Pound = $ 1-64

Nah, you got nothing to worry about, I know this becuase I am not buying $ today so the £ is no where near rock bottom yet.:lol:
Forum: Australia
May 31st 2011, 4:57 pm
Replies: 53
Views: 5,488
Posted By gmralston

Re: Brisbane

In the sequipp plan there is $10m allocated for saftey upgrades at the cultural centre for 2011-2012 but I don't know what they will do, a victim of its own success for sure. I have horrible feelling...
Forum: Australia
May 31st 2011, 10:58 am
Replies: 53
Views: 5,488
Posted By gmralston

Re: Brisbane

Queensland and probably the rest of oz seems to be the last developed country to still pump massive amouns of money into roads and hardly anything into rail. The cultural centre bus station is...
May 16th 2011, 10:05 am
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Posted By gmralston

Re: Where Mosquitos An Issue??

Yes, I have a big problem with them, I seem to have a reaction to their bites and get a painful, itchy lump that will last for days. If there is one in the bedroom I can't sleep until it's been...
Forum: Australia
May 4th 2011, 6:18 am
Replies: 15
Views: 1,966
Posted By gmralston

Re: Graffiti in Melbourne stinks

In Brisbane they got this thing about scratching graffiti on the inside train windows, some trains trains don't have an inch scratch free glass.
This is much worse than I remember the London...
Forum: Australia
Apr 13th 2011, 9:58 am
Replies: 40
Views: 2,470
Posted By gmralston

Re: "Australians richer, but only a bit happier"

Meanwhile, same paper, same day -

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/8446128/Britons-enjoy-the-easy-life-OECD-says-compared-with-the-Spanish-Portuguese-and-Italians.html
Forum: The Barbie
Apr 3rd 2011, 8:38 am
Replies: 13
Views: 1,472
Posted By gmralston

Re: RIP Constable Ronan Kerr - Gone but never forgotten...

I read this earlier today, it made my blood boil with anger that they could do this. Such a waste.
Forum: Australia
Apr 3rd 2011, 7:34 am
Replies: 71
Views: 6,172
Posted By gmralston

Re: High quality things that are actually made in Australia

These beast's are made in Tas and I have travelled on them many times across the Irish sea. The older ones had problems but the later are indeed high quality.
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Forum: Australia
Apr 2nd 2011, 7:25 am
Replies: 16
Views: 1,577
Posted By gmralston

Re: Being a student in Oz???

I thought that too. The use of the word province leads me to think that he/she is not referring to the UK
Forum: Australia
Apr 2nd 2011, 6:58 am
Replies: 16
Views: 1,848
Posted By gmralston

Re: The awful rental process!!

Good on you! Nothing wrong with being a b*stard in this greed infested place, nice guys get fleeced left right and centre.
Forum: Australia
Apr 2nd 2011, 12:51 am
Replies: 16
Views: 1,577
Posted By gmralston

Forum: Australia
Apr 1st 2011, 6:37 am
Replies: 203
Views: 13,663
Posted By gmralston

Re: "Anyone not going to Aus because of the high cost of living and the [email protected] exchange

You're wrong, those two example IP companies I mentioned receive royalties and licence payments, they pay staff in the UK to design products and pay UK taxes.
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