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He can do:-
Accounting, business admin, and some information technic.
I guess there may be a few vacancies here and there.
I myself cannot work for now because i am on DLA due to illness and need my boyfriend here for love, company and support. We want to marry and live together here in UK without difficulty because of this public funding thing.. would they disregard the DLA benefits and child benefit, housing/income support in that case? All or some? And what would be the next step please to marry, if this is possible without hassle? Marry here in UK? Or would i be better off marrying him in Sierra Leone?
Many thanks as i am on a low income as you can see.
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