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    hi guys just after some help im married to thai lady we have a little boy who is ten months old she has been to england on vistor visa we want to apply for settlement visa but i only do 30hrs a week i do get working tax credits and also i get child tax credit do this count as public funds im not claiming anything for my wife in all i get just over 300 per week my bills are around 200 do think we would be ok applying on these figues also my wife would get a job where i live there is a thai resurant that would employ her would this help in the applicantion and is she allow to work in the first two years many thanks

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    I don't wish to give you any false hopes but i think you would be fine at moment, but maybe not too long in the near future the Home secretery is going to change the rules.(if she gets her way) As the public funds relate to you and not you wife i think you would be ok at this present moment in time.


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    Agree watch the news/papers as things (if the boring bint get's her way) will change rather dramatically soon on income requirement of the sponsor She reckons the public will think it's a good thing.

    colin 244

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