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I am British and Irish. One parent and two grandparents of each, born in UK
We have not at this time. Probably about a year, although we don't always stay together. Probably 3-5 days a week we do.
I'm working. But I'm self employed at present. And my trade us a strange one as I'm currently a bitcoin trader. (this is purely because I was between job and discovered I could make a decent living doing it.)
I have a lot of experience in gaming industry and do plan to go back to work at some point.
I'm a little blasé about the whole thing, but it's just because the industry is such, that if necessary I could not all into a job in about 48 hours thanks
I can tell these aren't the answers you wanted to hear haha
Oh, also i have a young son. Separated from previous partner. No custody agreement, but we both share custody according to schedules with no arguments or problems.
Hmm, is it a new change regarding the dual national.
Only the reason I even know that is because an old work colleague of dual nationality, did that in 2010. Having had his first visa application rejected (gf in thailand) he obtained an Irish passport. Flew over and got married. Put the application in and had a visa within 4 weeks.
It did seem ludicrous to me. As not only was it much faster, not only the pro easing time, but even to the point of jumping the queue at the embassycin Bangkok. But it was completely free.
I imagined that might be out the window given the Tory parties 'tough on immigration' 2010 election promises.
Thank you for your answer. I have a clear understanding of the task ahead now.