If your relationship with your partner breaks downNope - sorry. I'm often out of the loop by virtue of not using Facebook and MSN The more stuff I read though, the happier I am about this - too many goings on :dead: Anyway, at least Jasmina is aware that my posts were objective - what her friend is doing is morally and (I'm sure) legally questionable. Jasmina - this guy probably would have hooked up with anyone if he thought it would help him, that's not the basis of a relationship surely? Plus, unless your friend envisages a life for herself in Tunisia with him then the relationship has nowhere to go - it's so hard to get a visa when you're genuine so I would hazard a guess that obtaining a visa after deportation is nigh on impossible. I think your friend needs to wake up and smell the coffee (not to mention the rat!) sorry (f)
:ben: PM me!!Hunting-Xpress-Casanova said:Guess_who, I need your help if you do not mind.
I have read your last post on this thread and maybe you can tell me how long can this piece of crap stay in Uk before being deported? (f)
Is this a joke??? :huh:GRAB A BARGAIN............LOL!!
New super premium service for applications
01 April 2010
On Tuesday 6 April the UK Border Agency is launching a new service for customers applying to extend their permission to stay (also known as 'leave to remain') in the UK.
The super premium service will provide a high level of customer service and convenience. Our officers will visit a location chosen by the customer to enrol the customer's biometric information (fingerprints and photograph).
The super premium service is available to people who are applying to extend their stay in the UK under one of the following immigration categories:
Tier 2 and Tier 4 of the points-based system
categories using application forms FLR(M), FLR(BID) and FLR(BUS)
All of the above categories require the applicant to obtain an identity card for foreign nationals (ICFN) as part of their application to extend their stay.
You can also use the service if you are applying to transfer your residence permit to a new passport using application form TOC.
The super premium service is not currently available to customers applying for an extension under a non-ICFN category, or applying for permanent residency or citizenship.
The fee for the new service is £15,000 per application, which includes any fees relating to dependants. The key features of the service are:
customers can have their biometrics enrolled at a location of their choosing, including their home or business premises;
customers can arrange a visit at a time and date of their choosing, subject to certain conditions; and
we will make a decision on the application within 24 hours of the visit, if all the requirements are met.
Initially the service will be available to customers located in London and the south of England. At a later date it will be extended to cover all of the UK.
Am I being an old skeptic for thinking that couples using this service are probably at higher risk of being made up of one half of a rat? i.e. if a woman can afford to pay that amount for the fee, surely she would have millions of rats swarming around her? :OGRAB A BARGAIN............LOL!!
New super premium service for applications
The fee for the new service is £15,000 per application,
I know!!! :wacko:This is what I am reading - A articularly nasty rat by the name of Sadok (see the other thread)has left his wife (having been in the UK less than 2 years)and has struck up a relationship with another woman in the UK and is living with her. Jasmina is asking questions on behalf of a friend which would seem to tie in with this scenario, so Jasmina is seen as being in cahoots with the rat and this woman. Jasmina has stated that she does know both parties, but that she herself has issues with them and that her questions are unrelated to the Sadok business. Clear as TLR mud :ben:I am completely lost or either completely blonde?? I have no idea now what is going on!!!
Either way, this rat should not be given any positive information. His new lady could be fishing on here for a way out, but there is no way out if the wife takes quick action. Get rid of him and punish him. You will feel better and they will both lose out. She will have to go to Tunisia to join him.Perhaps Jasmina was asking the questions, but not necessarily to help the rat and his new partner - perhaps out of curiosity because she herself has fallen out with this person?? Heck, what do I know - it's a shame when people aren't genuine -_-
What? Why give the rat and his ratess amunition to help them? Why did you not post your question in a different way? I think honesty is the best policy on here and not ambiguity.Finally someone actually understands instead of accusing me of allsorts, this is exactly it and exactly what i have been trying to explain to everyone. x
If you have been living together for the 2 years (which you will need to prove by letters to him at that address etc.), if he has passed the Life in the UK test (or ESOL course), if he is working and hasn't committed any crimes since he has been here then you really don't need to worry - it's more or less a paper exercise (i.e wads of money!). They won't send him home without reason, so just attach all the evidence they ask for with your application and all will be fine xxxHi All, hubby goes for his ILR next month has anyone got any advice for us.