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Showing content with the highest reputation on 12/06/2017 in all areas

  1. 5 points
    The wife had the Driving theory test app on her phone and studied and studied and then passed 1st time, I was very proud of her.
  2. 3 points
    I was even more proud when she passed her actual driving test first time.
  3. 3 points
    I don't mean to be cruel and this is certainly not with reference to the op but some people just aren't smart enough. I know Brits who have failed their driving test after multiple attempts. Some people are just a little bit 'slower' upstairs. You do have a point though. Get the books out and just study, study, study. A good tactic is to write out all the questions and answers repeatedly. Keep doing it and keep reading them. Stay off the alcohol and get plenty of sleep and your brain will start to retain the information. It will be locked in your sub conscious memory. I would get a tutor in as well. Doesn't have to be an expensive one maybe just a student on a pgce programme.
  4. 3 points
    Which means you have wasted all your time money and years because you're stubborn. I remember having a conversation with you on Shhh years ago about it. Sit down with her learn the book and do the multiple choice questions till they stick in both your minds.. Thai girls I know here have done it in a month of solid studying even if it takes you six studying every night surely it's worth it than wondering WTF is going to happen after 10. You could have had a British passport by now. Good Luck.
  5. 2 points
    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.
  6. 2 points
    The EU isn't cherry picking though. That was down to freedom of movement that the UK signed up to at that time. Of course the government is trying to cherry pick who it does and doesn't let into the country via various immigration policies but it is absolutely impossible to have a system that keeps everyone happy. There will be a lot of people out there who will say 'so what if she failed the life in the UK test, kick her out'. That's the truth of it all. Immigration is one tough nut to crack and my sympathy is with decent, hard working folk like matty and davethailand etc.
  7. 2 points
    Without being disrespectful it should have been priority no1 before you brought her daughter to U.K then there would have been no uncertainty . As it is your Mrs may well have to leave if they feel that way and her daughter has made a new life for herself. Get studying with her and get it done any energy elsewhere is wasted.
  8. 2 points
    Have To agree. I know quite a few Thai girls here and they've all passed.
  9. 2 points
    Agreed ! And moving to Thailand Matty ? I could see this going one way only....stop dreaming. Sorry fo T.F.
  10. 2 points
    Wouldn't it be worth her studying hard for the test and trying to pass it?
  11. 2 points
  12. 1 point
    no it isn't yet want to work I while im fit as a fiddle and theres good money about.
  13. 1 point
    Well I see it ad cherry picking ,a person born in some shit hole euro πŸ’Ά scum hole , gets in a British man marries a girl from overseas , many years pass she works and pays tax is a contributor πŸ‘πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ It shames the UK πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ but there is lots of that these days , I am embarrassed to call myself a Brit..
  14. 1 point
  15. 1 point
    Matty, not meaning to be disrespectfull, but you mentioned somewhere before about about her speaking English ok, but struggling with the grammary. Now, when I see your writing style on here, I am not sure you are really qualified to teach her in that field ? Another thing, I guess she is working in a Thai restaurant ? Means she speaks mostly Thai all day ? If it is the case, this is not gonna help neither. Now, as mentionned by others her ONLY and SOLE target should be to pass this test. Otherwhile you are just both heading to more problems and stress. Pretty visible in your posts the last 6 months. And she may also one day say "feck it, I am going back to Thailand..." It is nice to speak my love, my lovely..etc....but sometimes one need to think more effectively. IMO, and sorry for being blunt but the human right thing is close to begging....and not a long term viable option. Another (far stretched) possible idea would be to have a kid TOGETHER, I think they would maybe hesitate to kick out the mother of a British baby ? Anyway, other thai women managed the test, so there is NO reason she can not do it ? It's not like she failed once.or twice for Christ sake...10 times ! Sorry mate, just talking straight.
  16. 1 point
    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.
  17. 1 point
    Is that a feasible option your age Matty ? how would you fund your life here ? Good luck with the visa stuff, must be stressful having to jump through hoops when all sorts of filth are allowed in a decent tax payer being persecuted.... So many of the UK stuff stinks if you are white working class....
  18. 1 point
    Word was he was not drunk, he passed the booze test..
  19. 1 point
    direct,they send special deliverey.paid by you and that's all you pay or you collect next day.i will never use an agent ever.currently in the process of a human rights application.guess who did it.it wasn't and agent and the biometrics were done today.people have to stand up to this modern day extortion racket.
  20. 1 point
    lol it moved after that then. Its now done through BLS and they were at Tower Hill as I was going to take the car, now as said WC1 so that means congestion charges so we took the tube.
  21. 1 point
    Nothing will happen after Brexit, Thais are not from the EU so same rules as now....
  22. 1 point
    That's the stupid thing about it, I did an example on line and got 27 out of 30. It is hard and should have no involvement whether somebody should be granted citizenship or not. It should be what you can offer the UK as a citizen and not about knowing that Winston Churchill was voted the most famous person from history.
  23. 1 point
    I will help any member here,but will also see this as the thread title.any shit I will desert the thread.