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Iftikharshah
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About divorce

Post by Iftikharshah » Sun May 17, 2020 1:13 am

Hello everyone.i am here for advice if someone help me or share own experience.i married with finnish woman almost two years ago and i am asain.now my wife apply for divorce and i have four years Rp.my divorce in under process now and in August will complete first six months.my question is can i loose my RP after divorce.Can migri connect with me after divorce automatically?or can i need to infrom migri? someone said me you dont need worry you have four years now.when your four years complete then you apply for PR then you you apply on work.second thing is i have full time work.can i apply for my RP on work before divorce is complete or i need for divorce finish and migri connect with me then i apply for Rp.what is best solution for me if someone know please then me thank.its really stressful.



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Re: About divorce

Post by fintel » Sun May 17, 2020 5:18 am

Iftikharshah wrote:
Sun May 17, 2020 1:13 am
Hello everyone.i am here for advice if someone help me or share own experience.i married with finnish woman almost two years ago and i am asain.now my wife apply for divorce and i have four years Rp.my divorce in under process now and in August will complete first six months.my question is can i loose my RP after divorce.Can migri connect with me after divorce automatically?or can i need to infrom migri? someone said me you dont need worry you have four years now.when your four years complete then you apply for PR then you you apply on work.second thing is i have full time work.can i apply for my RP on work before divorce is complete or i need for divorce finish and migri connect with me then i apply for Rp.what is best solution for me if someone know please then me thank.its really stressful.
You can change your family resident permit to work based resident permit. Find an employer who is willing to provide you with a work contract and apply for a resident permit based on employment before your divorce is finalized.
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Re: About divorce

Post by rinso » Sun May 17, 2020 6:29 am

can i loose my RP after divorce
yes
Can migri connect with me after divorce automatically?or can i need to infrom migri?
You don't need to inform Migri. But they can cancel your RP at any time after your divorce is final.
second thing is i have full time work.can i apply for my RP on work before divorce is complete or i need for divorce finish and migri connect with me then i apply for Rp.
If you have full-time work, you can change the RP immediately. No need to wait for the divorce to come through. But make sure the work contract fulfils the RP demands. (high enough salary).

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Re: About divorce

Post by FinlandGirl » Sun May 17, 2020 8:48 am

rinso wrote:
Sun May 17, 2020 6:29 am
second thing is i have full time work.can i apply for my RP on work before divorce is complete or i need for divorce finish and migri connect with me then i apply for Rp.
If you have full-time work, you can change the RP immediately. No need to wait for the divorce to come through. But make sure the work contract fulfils the RP demands. (high enough salary).
The amount of salary is not a problem in a proper full-time employment, anything below the Migri requirement would usually be illegal.

The working hours have to be guaranteed (Migri only cares about the guaranteed salary), and the employment should be permanent.

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Re: About divorce

Post by Oombongo » Sun May 17, 2020 6:34 pm

As others said, if you have full time work then apply for permit based on employment. Do it as soon as possible. Have all papers and salary slips ready.

and next time, never apply for permit based on marriage. That goes for all of new arrivals out there :mrgreen:
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Re: About divorce

Post by Iftikharshah » Sun May 17, 2020 7:34 pm

Thank for everyone who replied me.yes i have full time work with good salary.i apply before my divorce finish or wait until divorce.one friend gave now here advice dont get RP again on family ties.but next question was this one of my ex friend who wanna marry with me because she know all my situation and she always stop to my ex dont do this and destroy his life.but i am not interested marry again with finnish.i will apply on work based.

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Re: About divorce

Post by betelgeuse » Sun May 17, 2020 7:47 pm

FinlandGirl wrote:
Sun May 17, 2020 8:48 am
rinso wrote:
Sun May 17, 2020 6:29 am
If you have full-time work, you can change the RP immediately. No need to wait for the divorce to come through. But make sure the work contract fulfils the RP demands. (high enough salary).
The amount of salary is not a problem in a proper full-time employment, anything below the Migri requirement would usually be illegal.

The working hours have to be guaranteed (Migri only cares about the guaranteed salary), and the employment should be permanent.
With a high salary it's likely the job qualifies for a specialist permit. Otherwise, there's the labor market evaluation and it's not certain it will be positive. A marriage based permit has no restrictions on the field of work so it might be the situation that the contract is for a field for which job based permits are not available. It's possible to get an advance ruling for free to find out if this is the case:

"The employer may request free advance ruling on the prerequisites for granting a residence permit for an employed person (TTOL). An advance ruling can be requested by submitting the TEM054 form and selecting the section "Application for advance ruling". The TE Office must provide the advance ruling without delay. The TE Office must comply with the advance ruling for the time period stated in the advance ruling if requested by the employer."

http://www.te-palvelut.fi/te/en/employe ... index.html


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