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Discussion in 'UK Visa and Immigration Help' started by bigmac, Dec 16, 2020.
A trip to London beckons.
Dont....thats gonna cost a lot more in travel than the soddin test costs
One of the most fantastic cities on the face of the planet, Bigmac is secretly getting excited at the thought of treading the same pavements as Mary Poppins, dick Whittington and Samuel pepys, history is made on these streets
no he aint.
i know of others who have taken tests down at portsmouth--in the past. i just wonder whats going on--gov. say there are 30 test places--yet other websites say 60.
Have you seen this one
yes--i phoned 30 mins ago--they assure me its 100% accepted by ukvi.
i remember i phoned some weeks back--same guy answered--trying to sell me their service.
just a pity its not on the gov.uk list of test centers.
Friend of mine took her LITUK down in Portsmouth Malc, but you could always venture up to the smoke with your missus if you want to see what London looks like during lockdown , go on you know you want to..
London during lockdown is fantastic, no tourists flocking in to spoil the place, what better time to spend a day in the city
Been there..seen it. 2019 when we went to renew her passport. Saw trafalgar square. Came back on the next coach
yeah--went on a day trip in about 2008..went on that--plus entrance to the aquarium next door--and a boat trip along the river a few yards.
what happens if an applicant simply cant pass the LITUK tests--after repeated attempts ?
in my wifes case--she could speak english as a second language for years before she came to the UK---and she has lived here 9 years now altogether. But she still finds the test questions difficult--and i'm even worse! She holds down a very demanding job.
I just cant get my head around the idea she could be on a plane home because she dont know how many of Henry VIII wives were executed.--and other similar totally irrelevant questions to life in the UK--in 2021.
I think you go down the 10 year route!