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Old 24.08.2019, 21:04
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Another chef and baker, Richard Bertinet, owner of a cookery school in the UK with 6 published books to his name, also received 'Limited Settled Status' yesterday.

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https://twitter.com/RichardBertinet/...52471037071360

https://bertinetbakery.com/

https://www.independent.co.uk/life-s...t-8053972.html
Was checking online to find a definition of "limited settled status" and found only one hit. But there are many for "limited leave to remain", including this:

Leave to remain but no home to remain in after fees treble

"The cost of renewing an application for a resident with limited leave to remain has increased by 238% in five years from 601 per person in 2014 to 2,033 in January 2019...Fees for a limited leave to remain application are applied per person rather than per household, and status must be renewed every 30 months meaning that some families are paying tens of thousands of pounds every two and a half years to stay on track."



Wonder if there could be a financial motive in not granting people full settled status.
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