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It means that the kitchen is not in the same room as the open-plan bedroom/living room. If the kitchen was shared, the property would be described as a "room" (or "en-suite room" if there was a private bathroom), rather than an a studio apartment (also know as "studio flat"). As mentioned in the comments, estate agents' descriptions can be ... imaginative. ...


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Given the current state of affairs, your wife's status -- and yours -- will depend on when the UK leaves the EU, and whether it has done so with a "deal," that is, with a withdrawal agreement in place. If there is such an agreement, the deadline for moving to the UK is expected to be the the end of 2020. If the UK is still in the EU when you arrive there, ...


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The normal case for a parent joining a child is that the parent must be the child's dependant. That is the explicit provision of the directive (2004/38/EC, article 2(2)(d)). Since your son is 16, and you are his carer, that is clearly not the case here. There are court cases that create a right for the carer of a minor EU citizen to join the EU citizen in ...


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If your spouse is tax resident in the UK then they will be liable to pay UK tax on their foreign income. If he is living for more than half the year in the UK, he will almost certainly be tax resident in the UK. Most people in the UK do not complete a tax return, because their tax is automatically deducted by their employer (pay as you earn). However, ...


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Inspired by Patricia Sanahan's comment, the easiest and most straightforward way to both verify and prove your citizenship would be to apply for a British passport. If they grant it, you have the ultimate documental proof. If they reject it, they will tell you why. Edit after MJeffryes' comment: Turns out that it may not be that ultimate after all, the UK'...


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