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NO ... I married my wife Here in England at Newham Registry Office.
She has worked here for 4 years and is employed as a Nanny/Housekeeper
Thanks Tom .... My wife is working on a Sponsored Working Visa for a Couple with 5 kids in Maidenhead Berkshire. I meet her through a mutual friend.
Would it be possible for you to give me an Idea what a Solicitor`s fee`s would cost as well as the fee for the Visa?
My wife earns only £ 14560.00 and I earn approximately £ 21 k pa less T&I and Living Expenses.
As an After Thought ... My wife earns only £280.00 a week. According to her works contract her Employer is Responsible for paying her Tax and N.I. which she believes have not been paid since starting work for this couple.
Could you give some advice on this account, because when she leaves their employment she does not want to receive a BIG bill from the tax man?
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