I Accidentally pressed the wrong thing, I apologise. I do need some more advice regarding my previous question. I was wrong about us not wanting to marry for a while since he proposed 2 nights ago and we are now engaged. My question is, how can he come home permanently and how quickly can we make it happen? Also, I am currently receiving benefits and training to become a nail technician. If I were to work full time at minimum wage I wouldn't be able to pay for my house so I would have to work part time and receive working tax credits, would this affect us? If so how can we work around it?
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