New answers tagged

1

The 2018 UK visa rejection and the 2019 UK visa issuance will both remain on your record held by the UK visa authorities. If you apply for a UK visa in the future, you must answer the questions in the application truthfully, and disclose these occurrences. UKVI will already have this information — it will be nothing new to them — but they want to know that ...


3

You should urgently apply for settled status. ILR means nothing anymore (except it means that you will get settled status without problems). If you don't have settled status by the end of 2020, you are in trouble. Even if you could have got settled status without problems if you only had applied. Apart from that, you must have evidence that you passed the "...


0

I think the answer is "no" on the basis of : Self-employment or Director or employee of a specified limited company in the UK 9.1. Category F: Last full financial year 9.1.1. Where the applicant’s partner (and/or the applicant if they are in the UK with permission to work) is in self-employment, or is either the director or employee (or both) of a ...


2

In order to settle in the UK purely on the basis of wealth, you need to apply under the Tier 1 Investor route. Under this route, the applicant is required to invest £2,000,000. They will gain settlement after 5 years. This can be decreased to 3 years by investing £5,000,000 or 2 years by investing £10,000,000. At application time, they must prove they have £...


3

Assuming you replace the card before the end of 2020, then you will be treated in the same way as an EU citizen in Germany, as the Brexit transition phase is still in place. So the process is fairly simple. When you apply to change your licence then the German authorities will contact the DVLA in the UK to validate various details about the card and ...


2

The French tax office provides some info about this situation, in particular: If you have taxable income in France prior to and following your departure, you need to complete two returns: 2042 (your usual income tax return) for income earned between 1 January and your date of departure. If, during this period, you earned income abroad, this income ...


-2

It's not a visa. The name explains itself. It is a permission to stay in UK and used as proof your rights within UK.


Top 50 recent answers are included