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Sorry let me explain some more details
I am UK citizen and I am married legally in the UK, to another UK citizen
I have no intention to get divorced.
However I have been having a relationship with a Thai lady for over 2 years.
I would like to bring her here for 6 months of the year, EVERY YEAR to visit me in the UK.
However I am not sure how this can be achieved as she is legally not married to me, yet we share a long term relationship.
I rent my own house, I have a spare room which is not being used.
Alternatively I could rent an apartment for her and am willing to help her financially.
I earn £25,000 a year.
This describes the situation some what better.
The information you have provided is on the Visa website which I could get for free.
What I am looking for a is a solution to this problem.
For example legal ways I could bring her here, let me give you an example I was advised from a friend of mine if she was employed as a nanny to look after my children or someone in my family then she could be employed as a skilled worker.
Please advise thanks
I respect your comment
What about coming as a student or for work ?
Is there no alternatives ideas you can suggest ?
From what I understand the a student visa would allow the student to work part time and also study whilst remaing in the UK for the duration of the course.
After study would she be allowed remain in the UK for a period of time so she could apply for a job in the UK ?
What about a Masters ?
In Thailand there is a lot of tourism and there are hotels who require workers for only 6 months to cover High Season.
If she was employed by the hotel and could show that was only needed for 6 months of the year but still needed by the employer for the next year.
Would this be acceptable
You mentioned showing strong family connections to her homeland, what type of evidence should give to show this point ie family photos ?
Thank you for your help
I have asked you a lot of questions but understanding my situation you can see why.
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