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i was chatting to a couple of long term expats about this very subject at the weekend. Not sure if the metric can be applied all over the world but it would appear that if a marriage lasts in Thailand longer than 5 years then it is likely to continue...... Interesting that a lot of the guys we spoke about were on their second or third marriage (not necessarily 2nd or 3rd to Thai wives) and I wonder if this has a bearing. For myself I married the first mrs smiler at 21 and with hindsight it was probably a bit too early (for me anyway). Again speaking for myself I took a long time in between the first and second mrs smilers. I was looking for someone special and got lucky - 11 years for us and it just keeps getting better
https://www.bbc.co.UK/news/amp/UK-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-42358339?__twitter_impression=true Out sourcing has to make a profit , even though their decisions make no any sense what-so-ever. Apply again it is only £2k.
Yes I agree. There should also be a right to a "family life". Only a dried up bitch like that f**king May creature, who has no kids, could make up a law that would tear families apart. At the same time the right to appeal in court was also removed. They also outsourced the entry clearence staff to the shower of shite vfs.
There are an estimated 30,000 british children who will be apart from one of their parents this Christmas because of the cruel and nasty immigration rules introduced in 2012. Good luck with the human rights route Matty. Not sure why it would apply to your thai wife and not a british childs mother or father but it is worth a try.