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    Spouse visa,do i need working permit and ll i be still international student?????

    hello
    i m curently in England working as a nanny.and i ve been wondering.if i marry here and get a spouse visa will i be able to work with it without working permit and will i be still considered as an international student ?
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    when you marry you can work from day one no need for working permit


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    I think that you have to apply for permission to marry if your on a work visa.
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    no i m with an AU PAIR visa for a nanny.
    but with a spouse visa will i be still international student?????


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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamerGirl View Post
    no i m with an AU PAIR visa for a nanny.
    Unless you are in the UK on a fiancee visa you are likely to need to requestion permission from the Home Office to get married here (it may be possible to get married in an Anglican Church without requesting permission).

    Quote Originally Posted by DreamerGirl View Post
    but with a spouse visa will i be still international student?????
    My understanding is that even with a spouse visa you will still be classified as an international student. Once you have ILR and have been in the UK for three years you will be eligible to pay 'home' fees.


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    You would only be eligible for home fees if you have ILR and have been in the EU region for at least three years prior to the start date of your course.


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    Quote Originally Posted by joebloggs View Post
    You would only be eligible for home fees if you have ILR and have been in the EU region for at least three years prior to the start date of your course.
    what is home fees? if you are on a work permit visa and if you have a 17 year old children do they need to pay to get a GCSE exam to go to Uni and how much do you think a tuition fee to go to Uni here?

    How about when their turn 18 i know they are not dependant anymore if they dont go to school and instead working fulltime the time they're parents applied for ILR what will happen to their application?

    Sorry too many Q's.


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