Tagged by: England

How Can a US Citizen Get UK Residency Through Marriage

Date Posted: May 19, 2017
Posted in: Edinburgh Expat, Expat Life, Personal

How a US citizen applied for UK residency through marriage to an EU national

Moving to new countries comes with a whole range of logistics to figure out and to check off a list. But by far the most important part of becoming an expat is the legal requirements involved. These are the details I can offer for how this US citizen got UK residency through marriage to an EU National. Please keep in mind that my experience will be different from yours, but this can at least offer a guideline from my perspective.

Moving to new countries comes with a whole range of logistics to figure out and to check off a list. But by far the most...

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Two-Together Railcard in the UK

Date Posted: July 9, 2016
Posted in: Travel Tales

Train discounts in England and Scotland

If you’re planning to travel by train while visiting or residing in the UK, you should seriously consider the various railcard options available to you. If you’re a student, if you’re under the age of 25, if you’re over the age of 60, if you’re traveling as a family, if you have a disability, if you’re traveling with the same person all the time – any of these will enable you to get discounted train tickets. For us, the Two-Together Railcard works perfectly for our travel throughout Scotland and England.

If you’re planning to travel by train while visiting or residing in the UK, you should seriously consider the various ra...

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London in a Few Days

Date Posted: October 25, 2015
Posted in: Travel Tales

London travel

London calls to us all – the rich history, the eclectic culture, the sheer size of this massive city within such a small country. London called and we answered.

A few days touring in London left our heads spinning with our wallets emptied, yet the sites to see are endless and we merely scratched the surface. Even still, here’s a quick recap of where to eat, drink, and learn throughout the city of London.

London calls to us all – the rich history, the eclectic culture, the sheer size of this massive city within such a small...

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Off-Island Update: I’m on the Border of History

Date Posted: September 14, 2014
Posted in: Travel Tales

Referendum vote Scottish independence

Quick update: we’re off-island traveling and visiting family. I’ll have some random non-Roatan posts for you mixed in with the usual Roatan info for a while. Enjoy!


 

September 18, 2014, marks the date William Wallace and Robert the Bruce would have to pick their jaws up off the ground if they were still alive (in case you don’t know who they are, the quick fix is to watch Braveheart – but you should also do some Googling ASAP). Rather than having to lay siege and pick up arms to fight for independence from the British Crown, this week the Scottish people will go to the voting booths. How far we’ve come!

Quick update: we're off-island traveling and visiting family. I'll have some random non-Roatan posts for you mixed in wi...

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