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Latest Comments
  • Chris
    Re: Registering a Child as a UK Citizen or National
    As a British Citizen and the unmarried father of a daughter not born in the UK, for her to become a…
    25 February 2018
  • Singh
    Re: UK Policies on Illegal Immigrants
    Hi I’m coming this country 2004. Last year detain 3 month. Start sining. Any new rules. Ple.
    25 February 2018
  • TJ.
    Re: Deportation from the UK
    @Lynds - If he is illegal or if he has breached his visa conditions in the UK then it is likely that he will be deported after release.
    25 February 2018
  • TJ.
    Re: Deportation from the UK
    @ratul - If you do not claim asylum immediately after you enter the UK, any application you make in the future is likely to be refused.
    25 February 2018
  • TJ.
    Re: EU Citizens Working in the UK
    @Seb - Self sufficient means that there is no requirements of public funds to enable one live in the UK and this includes health.
    25 February 2018
  • Seb
    Re: EU Citizens Working in the UK
    Also can you please tell me what you mean by self sufficient?
    25 February 2018
  • TJ.
    Re: Marrying a UK Resident
    @Sally - If you meet the requirements for a spouse family visa under the 5 year route then you can apply.
    24 February 2018
  • Lynds
    Re: Deportation from the UK
    Hi my bf has been in prison since Jan 2016 he is due to be released April this year. He was moved to hmp huntercombe about 4 months ago…
    24 February 2018
  • Seb
    Re: EU Citizens Working in the UK
    Thanks for the info.Can she prove that she is self sufficient based on my income at sea?
    24 February 2018
  • Sally
    Re: Marrying a UK Resident
    I am on a10 years parent route visa and recently married a British citizen(my child is a British citizen ) Could I change my visa to a…
    24 February 2018
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