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Thank You for responding ... I await for your Direction tomorrow.
Please have a Good Christmas and GREAT New Year
"FAO Tom Only"
If you can give me any more Information regarding my question I would be most grateful ... As we have only been married since 14th September 2012 and I do not wish for her to HAVE to return to the Philippines.
My Wife is working here at the moment, on a "Sponsored Working Visa" which runs out in April. We are hoping to submit a "Spouse Visa" application by the end of February 2013 followed by "Citizenship" in about another 3 years (if allowed) - ( I am London - British Born - 1949, and my wife - Philippines - born 1962). So ... As I said .. I would be grateful for any information your willing to give me... Thank You in advance
My Wives "Working Visa" runs out on the 25th April 2013 ( 1 Year )
Visa application was sent to Home Office on 14th March 2012 and received it back on 27th April 2012 ... It runs out on the 25th April 2013
Will await your reply in morning .... Thank You
Hi Tom, Thank You for your Help with my wives Immigration problem. You was going to get back to me with some more information for my wife ... with the festive break I think you might have forgotten ... Please respond
Best Regards XXXXX XXXXX New Year
" F A O- Tom only "
Thank You again for your help and the Link to gov. page.
Will get on to it Straight away
Happy New Year
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