Divorce & Business: How to Remain in The UK Following Divorce

Going through a divorce is never an easy or straightforward time. Depending on the circumstances, the end of a marriage can be a testing and emotional time which is often difficult to deal with if certain parties aren’t being realistic. This is taken up a notch further if you’re dependant on a Spouse Visa and are reliant on your ex-spouse for settlement rights in the UK that may affect a business you’ve set up there.

Once your marriage has ended, the Home Office may request that you leave the country within a number of weeks following the split. If you’ve started a family or run a business within the country you’re unlikely to be wanting to leave so you need to act fast.

The below points offer you a range of solutions to help you remain and keep your business afloat.

Speak to The Home Office

Before you make any moves, it’s crucial that you tell the Home Office about the divorce. You need to remain open and honest with them and not look to be misleading them or the chances of them enforcing your leave will heighten. After you’ve informed them that the relationship with your sponsor is over, …

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Best Places To Work Around The World

There’s a whole world to explore, yet many of us forget that whilst enduring a job we’re not fond of. If you need to breathe in the fresh air of somewhere new, why not think about working abroad. If you need more than just a monthly wage to keep you happy, then working abroad provides so many things that will make you so much more satisfied with your job. So, with the whole world at your fingertips, what country should you choose to work in? Here are the best places to work around the world in 2018.

Australia

There’s a job in Australia for everyone. Whether you’re an office or an outdoors person, Australia is one of the best places to work thanks to the laid-back attitude and sense of adventure, and people tend to find a job relatively quickly. From au pairing and office temp work to working on a farm or waiting tables, you’ll get to know the true Australian lifestyle during your job hunt. If you do wish to work in Australia, be sure to get the correct working visa. The country’s laws are extremely strict and don’t tend to be forgiving, so making sure that you …

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Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and LoveWorld USA TV is Switching to Verizon Cable

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and LoveWorld USA TV is Switching to Verizon Cable

For those of you who are regular viewers and fans of the renowned LoveWorld USA TV or Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, you should be aware that both are in the process of switching over to Verizon cable on the 1st of March, 2018. If you are not familiar with LoveWorld USA TV, it is a Christian media and content provider that brings the love and word of Jesus Christ straight into your home television, tablet, mobile device, or personal computer. LoveWorld USA TV features televised sermons given by Pastor Benny Hinn and Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, where they share their message of love and hope through Jesus Christ with a worldwide audience.

It is important to note that all of the LoveWorld USA TV channels that you have come to enjoy will be making the switch to Verizon cable. These shows include Oral Roberts, It’s Supernatural, Jentezen Franklin, Kenneth Copeland, Karen Wheaton, Marilyn Hicky, Jesus Image TV, and many others. You won’t miss a single episode or minute of any of your favorite Christian shows if you follow LoveWorld USA TV over to Verizon. So, be sure to mark March …

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ROJ-ROK Comfort Women Agreement Stands

The opening of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games has brought the world’s attention to the Republic of Korea(ROK). While the cameras are focused upon athletic events, the attention of the locals is upon how the results of President Moon’s task force for the 2015 Comfort Women Agreement will affect diplomatic relations with the Republic of Japan(ROJ).

The ROJ has been making reparations and attempting to resolve the physical, psychological, and emotional damages made to Korean women during Japan’s imperial control in World War II. Japan issued a heartfelt apology in 1993 by Chief Cabinet Secretary Yohei Kono after reviewing a Japanese case study on “wartime Comfort Women”. On the 50th anniversary of WWII ending, Japan started the Asian Women’s Fund (AWF) to restore the honor and dignity of women that were effected throughout Asia. The fund provided 2 million yen per survivor from contributions by the Japenese people, and over 5 years disbursed 830 million yen for the welfare and medical care of survivors from the Japanese government’s funds. The AWF also started a digital museum so that the world would remember and not repeat their mistakes.

During the implementation and efforts of the Asian Women’s Fund in Korea, there …

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