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Yes he is working in Auckland for a firm called TEGEL as a Logistics Expert. He has worked there for two and one half years. Before that he has worked in Auckland since 2003/4 for three other Logistics Firms. Whilst working for one of the Firms he studied and gained a Diploma in Marine and Customs Law and was adjudged the outstanding student for his particular group.
Your answer has confused me. My son is British and has only been out of the Country about ten years. He is applying for a Spouse Visa for his wife. He has money as I described and the family can stay in our house until he gets a job here in the Midlands....we are his Guarantors. He has emailed to say that he has been told by an advisor in the Immigration Dept, subject to confirmation, that they can apply now even though he has not got a job!! Nick, my son, does have dual citizenship. Please clarify as I am confused!!
Trudy, Nick's wife, is NOT GOING TO WORK .....she will remain at home to look after their three children. The Link you put me on to quote's 'the applicant's partner' employment.....she is not going to work...only her husband, Nick.
Reading through the link you sent me......what you referred to refers to the Applicant's (Nick i.e.) partner...i.e. Trudy. as she is not going to work this job offer does not apply?
Yes, I know he needs to work but he has been told that because he will be staying with us for as many weeks as needed before he gets a job....he is OK to apply.
There appears to be a conflict between what you have found and what has been said. Who do you believe? What shall I recommend Nick does?