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English me married to swede

Residence permit advice

Morbid
post 19.Oct.2017, 09:15 AM
Post #1
Location: Västerbotten
Joined: 8.Oct.2017

So Long story short i fell in love with my partner (we are getting married very soon, in sweden) who is swedish, and have stayed here in sweden with her for 6 months, where she has supported me, but recently income has been flaky and not so garunteed.
With this in mind am I correct in that I need a residence permit, and when i apply for the residence permit, she has to prove to provide for us both, which she may not be able to do (she is on sjukpenning and cant earn more)
Any advice?
And I know that you will want to say "get a job" and I agree but if I cant either for the time being.
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flaneur
post 19.Oct.2017, 10:39 AM
Post #2
Location: Stockholm
Joined: 19.Aug.2017

Get a job.

I don't get it, is she insane or? Why would she want to support a grown up person who obviously doesn't want to get himself a job? Please don't call that LOVE.
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Morbid
post 19.Oct.2017, 11:16 AM
Post #3
Location: Västerbotten
Joined: 8.Oct.2017

Thanks for your invaluable input, but yes I have looked for a job and spent considerable time improving my swedish. And all applications have fallen on deaf ears but of course I still try. Now can you avoid being such a **** and deciding how i think?
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flaneur
post 19.Oct.2017, 11:29 AM
Post #4
Location: Stockholm
Joined: 19.Aug.2017

Shut up you spoiled piece of...

Get your ass out there and go and clean toilets at T Centralen or whatever. You don’t need to learn Swedish for that. Don’t just sit there and wait and use that as an excuse for being a parazite.

If she’s sick, you either help her or go fuck yourself.
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Morbid
post 19.Oct.2017, 11:37 AM
Post #5
Location: Västerbotten
Joined: 8.Oct.2017

Good to see you are aware of the rest of your country except stockholm. I have stated I have tried to find a job. I asked for advice, other than what I already know. So how about you help or shut up you rude ignorant shit.
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MichaelKiz
post 12.Oct.2018, 02:18 AM
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Joined: 30.Sep.2018

There are several Blogs / YouTube sites that assist those from an English speaking background learn Khmer.
Can you direct me to sites / blogs that help Khmers learn English ?

Thanks.
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Gamla Hälsingebock
post 12.Oct.2018, 03:12 AM
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Joined: 21.Dec.2006

Google...
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skogsbo
post 12.Oct.2018, 07:02 AM
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Joined: 20.Sep.2011

Sounds like it is time to man up and get a job.
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SmokerT69
post 13.Oct.2018, 12:50 PM
Post #9
Location: Gävle
Joined: 28.Feb.2016

Apply for a coordination number for now. At least then people might give you work. You're going to have to apply for shit jobs, go to restaurants and ask if they have any cleaning or pot washing jobs. Bathroom cleaning or maintenance, etc

Otherwise, go back to your country and work. You can send money over to help her while you're waiting on your residence permit. This can take 2-3 years.
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DuneSunny
post 13.Oct.2018, 07:59 PM
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Joined: 11.Mar.2014

"English me married to swede".
Obviously English is not your mother tongue.
So where are you from?
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