Sorry ... Should have told you in First Place ... Yes I am British Citizen (Born and Breed) DofB 5th August 1949 (64)
My Wife DofB 22nd January 1962 (51)
As stated in first statment ... My wife is on a Working Visa at the moment which runs out in October this year
Not Sure ... But her contract states she is a sponsored worker
by a Mr and Mrs Johnson in Maidenhead, Berkshire.
No Problem ... I finish work at 1900 hours and hope to be home by 1930 hours .... Look forward to your reply
Have a good evening Bye
I have another Question for you.
My Philippino Wife ask`s ... Would she be allowed to use her Passport to apply for her `SET` Permit ?
Her current Passport runs out on the 6th April 2014 ... or would you recommend she gets a re-newal Passport first .. before applying for her SET Permit ?
Tomorrow (22nd) she is taking her exam for `Life in the UK` ... After which she wishes to submit all her papers for scrutiny prior to sending them in for her permit.
I hope you can help me again as you did the last time I was in touch.
The wife found out (today) the Law regarding immigrants has changed ... AGAIN ... now it costs more money and more regulations - ( When will the Govn stop ripping off people who are working here Legally like my wife ?) It`s costing a small fortune ..... Any Way - My Problem ....
Under these circumstances will she still be able to use her old Passport ?
Yes, if her passport does not expire until April 2014 then she will not have any problems in this regard. Tom
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