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  2. here we go again

    oh no it isn't in the test centres here in the UK.
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    Oops, surprises me...but I learned something. Took a "sample" test on the net yesterday, scored 11 only.... A bit like the pub quizz, once they start asking about kings centuries ago, artists, poets, writers or soccer players I am doomed ....
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    It's available in languages other than English.
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    Why "unfortunately" ? It's England so it is in English If in France it is in French Seems logic to me. Sadly the system is now way more complicated then 20 years ago. In France as well. On my side, will give it a try for a tourist visa for my Miss, just for her to discover the western world. But I put her chances at max 50%. So be it ! If she doesn't get it, I still go.. alone.....
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    unfortunately not mate.
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    10 times is a lot. Was the test in Thai?
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    Not sure what rules you mean. The rules are not for UK citizens if you are referring to the LIUK.
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    but the rules are biased towards UK citizens in their own country.explain that.??
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    mate we have done more courses than hare coursing,and they downright refuse the certificates.the whole system is a shambles.to any member contemplating marrying a girl.believe me that's just the start of it.love my wife to bits,its the UK that is wrong and not me or pukky.
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    I worked 13 years legit in Thailand and had to report every 90 days. Their country, their rules, I guess it works that way for all countries. Good luck with the forms
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    I reckon a lot of British people would not pass the LIUK test. You should have booked her in for a 3 day course at a small college where they grade you on English language and communication skills with a City & Guilds cert. They accept that as an alternative, well they used to anyway. Cost about £180 when my wife did it. They charge every time you fail the Living in UK test, so it works out cheaper and quicker.
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    9 years now mate.if 10 we could had gone a different route.never had a day off work sick.only for holidays,which currently we are being deprived of as her residency needs 6 months validity.broken Britain is correct.all because after 10 attempts she couldn't pass the life in the UK test.consequently we we down the article8 route"a right to a family life".to be fair last time it only took 2 weeks.a Thailand trip is well overdue.although the rules are unfair,they are rules.
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    How many years has she been in UK 🇬🇧? It appears very unfair for Brits taking their wives and family to UK .. A person says they are persecuted they can stay !!! Broken Britain
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    er no as im a UK citizen.my mate is from Ireland and his bird was given 10 years.after the initial 2 years was up.i have just adjusted the figures on my self assessment.
  17. here we go again

    Have you not got her a permanent residency yet? She’s been here long enough surely?
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    get this sorted and is a long trip and not before time.
  19. the time has come to renew pukkys UK residencey.as usual im doing it my self as a soliciter is 800.it costs 997 now.3 years ago it was free.39 pages but a lot doesn't apply to us.ive done this before and am happy to help those in a similar situation.
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    Vietnam war. Good documentary.
  21. What are you watching on TV

    Some good characters in GOT. Likable ones such as Arya, Tyrrion, Brienne and the Hound. And excellent ones to hate no one more than Ramsey Bolton. If there isn't a female in it that doesn't give you a bit of a twitch then I'd say you are probably in the gays.
  22. What are you watching on TV

    Working my way through Game of Thrones now. Didn’t think I would like it as normally don’t like fantasy stuff but I’m really enjoying it. Ozarks was quite good. Suits was really good.
  23. What are you watching on TV

    Right now I'm eagerly awaiting Mondays when I can stream the latest Ray Donovan. There's still no official date but Peaky Blinders is expected to begin showing season 4 next month. Also starting next month is season 5 of Vikings. Another twenty episodes but again split into two batches. Not sure what to think about there being no Ragnar but Lagethar is still there and she causes a twitch every time she appears on screen for me.
  24. What are you watching on TV

    Watched Liar and Doctor Foster, everyone I know raved about them both, I thought they average at best.
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    The Scottish manager job is a poisoned chalice like the English one. Probably David Moyes would get the job, provided he wants it.
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      Applied for an E-visa which arrived 1 day after, the ladies can get a visa exempt at the immigration in Yangon. Booked Air Asia for 2200 Bt/person, drove by car to Don Muang.

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