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Latest Comments
  • TJ.
    Re: Marrying a UK Resident
    @Nick you will need to give 28 days notice of marriage to the registrar and your application will be referred to the Home Office for a…
    23 November 2017
  • TJ.
    Re: Marrying a UK Resident
    @Annie if you do not meet the minimum income requirement for a family visa it is next to impossible to get an approval. Your options are…
    23 November 2017
  • TJ.
    Re: EU Citizens Working in the UK
    @Noby you can use the old style Hungarian passport to enter the UK as long as it is still valid. Also note that when you arrive…
    23 November 2017
  • TJ.
    Re: EU Citizens Working in the UK
    @Lally if you are an Italian citizen with a valid passport or national ID you are free to live and work in the UK without…
    23 November 2017
  • TJ.
    Re: EU Citizens Working in the UK
    @PaschsI86 unfortunately you will have to wait until the decision is made. Though if you applied for an EEA family permit the…
    23 November 2017
  • TJ.
    Re: Marrying a UK Citizen
    @AL the current Home Office policy on overstayers/illegal entrants is to deport first. If he is deported he will face a ban on reentry to…
    23 November 2017
  • TJ.
    Re: Applying for a British Passport
    @Blue unfortunately being undocumented im your case probably means that you are in the UK illegally. You may be able to apply…
    23 November 2017
  • TJ.
    Re: Applying for a British Passport
    @Tallone the child you adopt will not be a British citizen once the adoption is complete and therefore will not be eligible…
    23 November 2017
  • Ash
    Re: Detention of Failed Asylum Seekers
    I applied for asylum and got refused. I read the comments and the last person who commented on this Agha mentioned…
    22 November 2017
  • Blue
    Re: Applying for a British Passport
    I am a 64 year old male who moved to the UK ftom Jamaica in 1954 at the age of 9 months. I have never left the Uk and do not…
    22 November 2017
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