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Hi, How long before you are eligible for indefinite leave to remain?
Hi INC need your input please thanks
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Hi, despite paying national insurance and tax, your children will not be deemed to be home citizens until they are settled in the UK. To be settled in the UK, they require at least indefinite leave to remain.
what options do I have can't pay overseas fees too high
Therefore, universities are allowed to charge international students a higher fee and your son will be deemed as an international student.
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at the moment, all he can do is wait until you have attained indefinite leave to remain
will it be the same with all univ's
i hope this helps.
yes. although some charge morevthan others.
ok thanks for your help
its a pleasure.
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