I want to move to England to be in a civil partnership with my boyfriend. It will still be a few years down the road but I'm afraid my background my stop me. It is very confusing to figure out if my past convictons can be "spent" after a rehabilitation period . So can you tell me realistically if i can move there?
It has been over 5 years since I have been in any trouble 7 by time we are ready for me to move there. Can these covictions keep me from going, or will they be spent
2 x Prostitution sentence 72 days in jail
Malicious destruction of property 72 days in jail and probation
2 x False information to a police officer probation
british citizenship by birth. if it matters I man a women and he is a man.
Can you tell me if UK border agency usually forgive these sort of convictions. How hard are they on popele with a bad past.
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