wiggy221 0 Posted February 1, 2011 Share Posted February 1, 2011 I am after a bit of help and information regarding which forms my wife requires. My Wife is a Thai national and has been in the UK for nearly 2.5 years, she originally entered on a Fiancée visa and then go the two year extension after we married. During this time we have started a family and have a 9mth old boy, my wife works full time (maternity leave at present) and is currently undertaking her ESOL course at college (has passed her level a1 speaking and listening) . The course completes next month (course had not been done sooner due to waiting lists and pregnancy). After looking through the forms I am a bit unsure which form is required and what my Wife should be applying for. Would it be FLM R, SET M or another? The FLM R and SET M forms are for indefinite leave to remain but require my wife to have completed an ESOL course (see above comments), is there any other form that can be used which would take into consideration the fact we have a young child etc? The ESOL qualification is Cambridge ESOL entry level one which is the equivelent to A1 level required on the SET M form. I belive the rules and regs have changed in Nov 2010 - we had not been informed of this change by the way. Can we still go ahead with the SET M? i have included her certificate and will include a letter from a councellor/MP and possibly a letter from her college tutor and work to state she has integrated in the community and has a good understanding of English. Look forward to the responses, many thanks Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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