I asked you 2 part question and you answered me just one part . Second part was:I have been married to Thai lady since October 2011 and she got this kind of visa ( Family Member of an A8 National Under Worker Registration Scheme - valid until 22 November 2011 , Date of issue 6 April 2011) so my question is: what kind of application she need to send to get right to be here. we are confused because I have been here long and I do not know if I could have residency maybe she could apply for different visa. also take into consideration that I got working registration certificate since 10 november 2010 and her visa expires on 22 november 2011. it is not full year of working for me under working regitration scheme before we send my wife application We are really lost , so please answer me this second part .
Also to mention I think I had a gap longer than 6 months. does that mean that if I work for example 3 years and I have a 7 months gap and then I work again for 2 years continoulsy then I can not apply for residency . I will have to start working again and work 6 yeras without break?
does this 3 years will be erased from my account ? because it is possible that you work 3 years and then you lose job and then you find after 7 months. if the situation like this repeat does it mean i will never be able to apply for residency?
if you answer me this second part question regarding my wife visa I will accept your answer and your will get money right away .
ok thank you very much this is quite clear
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