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Yes, everything will be moved there, business included!
Ok, thanks for your advice! I have it all pretty much together now. As to the accountant letter. I met with the guy, and he said he can write a letter for me, stating, that he is my accountant, that I earned X amount of money so far and that I signed up for HMRC / paying class 2 NICs!
However, then he said he would have to send it to Liverpool himself! Is that correct? I was under the impression, that I need to include that letter in the pile of documents I am going to send in myself!!!?
How about copies, should I send in copies of all documents as well, so that they don't keep my originals!? For the family permit, they asked for that, for the residence card they didn't!
I guess my question is, did you ever hear that the UKBA decides to keep certain originals for some reason, or do they normally return 100% of the documents!?
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