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Planing to move to bourmouth from sweden

Discussion in 'General Chit Chat' started by Mutya, Jun 5, 2018.

  1. Mutya
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    Mutya New Member

    Hi...any filipino live in bourmouth would like to meet some friends..I am planing to move and also wonder what pappers i need to live here. I am from phil but swedish citezen and swedish passport holder..any comments would help..
  2. Markham
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    Markham . Lifetime Member

    As a EU citizen you need no papers to enter and live in the UK whilst Britain remains a member of the EU. Your rights will be maintained and you will be able to continue living here afterwards but you may need to register. I suggest you bookmark this government site and revisit it early next year.
  3. KeithAngel
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    KeithAngel 2063 Lifetime Member

    You will need to be "Qualified" under European Rules by

    1, Being a worker or self employed(after the first three months
    2, A student (Currently require "Comprehensive Health Insurance).
    3, Self Suffient (also with Health insurance)
    4, Retired in receipt of state pension
  4. knightstrike
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    knightstrike Well-Known Member

    Why would you even want to move from Sweden to England?

    Hahahaha...

    Kidding.
  5. Weekender
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    Weekender New Member

    Maybe because Sweden has imported more 'permanent visitors' from parts of the world than us....
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  6. Sanders
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    Sanders Banned

    Did you mean Bournemouth? It’s nice down in the south of England.

    Sweden is a nice country. I spent a year there. I guess it is like the UK, it depends whereabouts you live there. I was up near a town called Mora in Central Sweden / Dalarna. And you are guaranteed snow there every year. :D
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  7. Mutya
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    Mutya New Member

    Hello to all..Thanks for all the reply..Yes i understand why some says ..why move from swefen to england..Well i been in swefen for 33 yrs and i kind like tired veing there...It has a lot of changes since i arrive 1987..But ya sweden is a nice and the most country to live for us foriegners..
    But the reason that I am moving is because i meet someone who cares for me line no anyman or swedish did...and it is not like everyday we meet someone..i had not decided yet 100%coz i want to know him more better but then again ...the word..no him more better...is that really so important...if two people feel being together why wait ..were not a teen ager anymore and is like our time is clicking...and after all happinies is the most beautiful that we can have when we meet that someone...so thank u for all the comments and soon i am here again in 1 wk time learning to drive can ve interesting i do have my drivers licence its just we seat on the left but drive in the right side of the road haha...abd also i would like to know more filipinos..
    One more question..to all....
    Do i make a wrong decition moving from sweden to england...answer comment pls ..
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  8. Sanders
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    Sanders Banned

    Home is where the heart is.
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  9. Drunken Max
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    Drunken Max Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    Life is all about new adventures. Bournmouth is a lovely place as well though seaside places can get quiet in the winter. If that is where you heart is though I am sure you will be fine.
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  10. OTT
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    OTT Active Member

    Hi Mutya , welcome to the forum and good luck with your move to the UK and your new relationship,
    Look forward to any updates you care to share .

    You wonder if you are making a mistake , but that is something you won't know until you have tried it I think.

    Hopefully the weather will still be nice when you arrive .
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  11. Mutya
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    Mutya New Member

    Hi Thanks..
  12. Mutya
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    Mutya New Member

    Hello..yes i think ur right...im not sure yet what to do...starting a new life again makes me worried in many ways....its maybe easier if i moving from phil to England..Thank you for the comment..
  13. OTT
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    Well it is a big step to take , so I'm sure you will give it plenty of thought before deciding whether you are confident enough to take it .

    Not wishing to pry , but I assume that you have spent quite a lot of time together already.
    I understand your not wanting to wait too long , but better to be as sure as possible , rather than regret a too fast decision .

    Good luck with whatever you decide .
  14. Mutya
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    Mutya New Member

    Hi ..Ott..
    Yes it is...one foot ones to move out the other wantscto stay..
    When it comes to relationship there ate no garanties ...thank you for your comment...
    Just wonder is there a filipinos community in Bourmouth..
  15. OTT
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    No , absolutely there are no guarantees with any relationship, but the longer or better you know someone , the more confident you will be about whether it could be a good long term relationship .

    Sorry can't advise about Filipinos in Bournemouth , how about looking on Facebook ?
  16. Heathen
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    Firstly good luck if you decide to move here, Then a little bit about Bournemouth, yes there are Filipinos down in Bournemouth mostly in the Care sector, Bournemouth also has a large population on foreign nationals mostly due the Language schools down there, Its a lovely place to live even if its a little bit expensive, lots of Parks, Beaches, and the Gardens area is a lovely place to relax, they are very fashionable down there probably due to the mixed cultures, easy to get up into London if you want Train or Coach.

    Why dont you come over for a visit for a few months see if you like everything over here, then if you dont you can always go back to Sweden, that is what i would be doing, a visit during the summer months Im sure would be lovely for you. This is what i have done when visiting my partners family over in the Philippines.
  17. Mutya
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    Hi thanks for your comment.
    Yes i been in bourmouth now for 4 times.Beach are beautiful and even the city.
    My bf is buying a house we been there and seen it is beautiful but i feel scared and worries that its goin to quick.he wants me to move to him and is one reason why he buy a house for us.He paying the house and my name will be on the house contract.What is the law in England when ur not married and he pay the house but my name will be on the contract if we split and the relationship will not last...what will happen and what he can do...im not hoping that is gonna happen but there are no garanties in a relationship..I dont know the rules and laws here in England..Would be appricieted if some in this site could tell me.
    Thanks to all who will make me to understand to make my decition easier thank you
  18. Mutya
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    Mutya New Member

    Thank you.
    Yes I know.but now he is buying a house for us so i can move in to him and i feel scared that is goin to quick.I dont know the laws and rules in England.He pay the house but my name will be on the contract.What happen if we split and the relationship wont last. Not that i am hoping for it but as u said there are no garanties..the house he pay in cash..would appricieted if some in this site could tell me the laws and rules in England.
    Thank you.
  19. Heathen
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    It depends on the situation, If the house is all paid for, and your name is on the deeds then thats okay, if a mortgage is involved then if the mortgage payments fall behind then both of you are liable, but if as you say he paid cash then he is being very fair, as for not being married after you have been together for a number of years then you have almost the same rights as a married woman.
    So to summarise, if the house is paid for you have no worries, hopefully this will allay your fears.
  20. OTT
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    If your boyfriend has indeed paid for the house in cash , plus put your name on the paperwork , that is a big commitment by him for your future and security .

    In fairness to him in return , you really need to be confident in the future success of your relationship . He must be , to have taken the steps he has .

    If you are worried ( understandably) about things moving faster than you are comfortable with , maybe you can try staying here with him ,for a longer while perhaps , if your present circumstances will allow you to do that .

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