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A visa is a document issued by a country's government allowing the holder to enter or to leave that country.

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Don't count out a postdoc. Postdocs in the US are often highly reliant on international postgrads, especially in STEM fields. Apply widely, and see what happens. You may have competencies that can be …
answered Oct 11 '17 by Natalie N
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Please note that what the immigration officers are looking for is proof of a marriage that is based on equal partnership and is genuine. While there is no definite list of documents to illustrate a ge …
answered Oct 11 '17 by Natalie N
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Ireland. You and your wife should both apply for jobs, as not all visa categories through work allow the easy opportunity for family reunification for non EEA persons. There are 9 different categories …
answered Oct 11 '17 by Natalie N
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It depends. If you are a national of an EU country, or a country that has a visitor agreement with the UK, you can ENTER the UK without a visa. If you are a citizen of a country that is not on this … list, you will need to apply for a family visa prior to arrival. If your country shares a visitor agreement with the UK, you can apply for a family visa once you are in the UK. You will need a family visa if you would like to stay with your child and spouse longer than 6 months. …
answered Oct 11 '17 by Natalie N
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You cannot switch your employer on a Blue Card at this stage without petitioning the authorities. You will need to apply for a new Blue Card with the new employer. Blue Cards are tied to the employer …
answered Feb 20 '18 by Natalie N