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Q1 No, a Dutch residence permit does not allow you to work in the UK. The procedures to obtain a work permit depend on your personal circumstances; typically you need a job offer with sponsorship from an employer in the UK. Further information is available here https://www.gov.uk/browse/visas-immigration/work-visas Q2 No, receiving income from a UK source ...


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The cooling off period is described by UKVI as follows: If the application is for entry clearance or switching from another leave category within the UK, a 12-month cooling off period applies. The applicant must not have been in the UK with entry clearance or leave to remain as a Tier 2 migrant at any time during the 12 months immediately before the ...


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I thought that statement about being fined 1000 pounds was terribly explained. I've been married for over a year now and my name hasn't changed since I got married. The marriage cert just shows the names of two individuals becoming married in the eyes of the law/courts. Nothing more, nothing less. As others have said, you may be fined if you don't let UKVI ...


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Yes, You can. It is possible until 30 June 2021. You can also ask for standard visitor visa as the UK left the EU on 31 January 2020.


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No, absolutely not. It is never possible (outside of a few narrow cases such as asylum seekers, and other exceptional situations) to switch from being a visitor to the UK to any other status. All applications for residence must be made from outside the UK.


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I have studied and passed my Life in the UK test in December 2018. I bought the official book, read it, enjoyed it a lot actually! And then did the online unofficial mockup tests from Life in the UK Test Web and.. failed them miserably. 😟 Wasn't motivated to re-read the book, so gave up for a few months, until I decided to just do and do the unofficial ...


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If your spouse can claim a right of residence in the UK (e.g. if working in the UK), you also have a right of residence and are eligible for an EEA family permit. As parents-in-law of an EU citizen with a right of residence, your parents may also qualify, but only if they are dependent on you. Being a family member or a dependant of your parents will not ...


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An NIN may or may not be important for an EEA family permit or a residence card, depending on the circumstances. In any any event, an NIN does not show that the person with the NIN is exercising treaty rights. For example, someone could have an NIN and then move outside the UK. They still have the NIN, but they're not exercising treaty rights. Similarly, ...


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Can I get residency in NL while carrying on holding a company and being a UK employee? Probably so. But act quickly: you can still move to the Netherlands under EU free movement rules during the rest of this year (2020). It is not yet clear what the situation will be next year, but it is likely to be much more difficult. To establish yourself in the ...


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As explained, to successfully pass the Life in the UK test, you will need to have good knowledge of the 3rd edition handbook Life in the United Kingdom: A guide for new Residents. You can buy the book from the recommended GOV.UK site at https://www.tsoshop.co.uk/Society/Life-in-the-UK/ Alternatively, you can read the online version of the book that is ...


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