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  1. I'm sure 7by7 is right, Mark, you just have to address the issues raised in the last refusal notice in her next application, in particular explaining the confusion about Pattaya/Jomtien (and, as you say, don't use an agency for this), and make the application as positive and truthful as possible. Good luck.
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    Teaching Jobs

    Government universities normally make teachers retire at age 60. But, of course, with a little creativity they could hire you as a 'consultant' instead. Where there's a will, there's a way Government unis are usually pretty decent to work for, too, low stress and quite enjoyable. Basic pay is low - but then This is Thailand.
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    Uk Tb Certificate

    They should have given you/her the x-ray to take to the UK as you paid for it and an anomaly had been revealed. A bit naughty of the IOM, that. Frankly, I can understand the Port Medical officials' attitude. However, even if you have the x-ray with you, it's not the easiest thing to physically take on board an aircraft to show in the UK. My wife had to have another x-ray done on arrival at Heathrow as the IOM one was stored flat in her luggage which was, of course, on the carrousel downstairs waiting for her. I shouldn't think she will need another x-ray for future entries into the UK, though, even if she has to attend a hospital, as long as the result is clear.
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