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  • in reply to: Trying to conceive for 2 years without any luck. #4647
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    Lakshmi Hoysal: Hi this is a bit off the advice you’re seeking but out of personal experience I can say, if you have been trying for over 2 years you’re eligible for fertility treatment free of cost with the NHS. As it’s an expensive procedure the gps will seldom suggest to you straight away. You need to insist and be very firm and tell them you need to go for it. Good luck x

    in reply to: Trying to conceive for 2 years without any luck. #4645
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    Poonam Joshi: You and 6 others manage the membership, moderators, settings and posts for Indian Ladies UK (ILU) – Unity In Diversity. Instead of taking tablets and loads of over stress..just relax. completely take this pressure off you of getting pregnant! Go on short holidays or weekends away. Download an app that will keep track of your fertile days and make sure to mate on those days with passion and let the love flow rather than this burden of somehow getting pregnant. I personally know you and you are still very young…don’t stress out girl. Go on film dates, coffee dates with your hubby. Let it happen naturally. You will see success soon xx

    in reply to: My kid is being bullied in school again and again #4641
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    Purnima Bhati: Hi, I can’t imagine what he must be going through. You have to speak to school head and class teacher and demand they need to sort it out as your child’s well being is their responsibility too. You can may be send anonymous letter to ofsted complaining about the situation. I hope this situation gets resolved Asap xx

    in reply to: My kid is being bullied in school again and again #4639
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    Aarti Kumar : Hi , my son’s been through similar situations in 2 different schools, after the first instance we changed his school as we got no support from them. Then after moving to a new school after a while similar issues started up here and this time we got a lot of support from the school. Despite of that he is still going through these issues. I have now looked at other ways to support him. I do think though changing schools might help as this will make him feel u are listening and care. Because even if you are doing that at the moment in his mind your actions may not match. Also please remember an unhappy child will never be able to perform in anything eventually, not just grammar school assessments. I know what you are going through but eventually we can only support them

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    In order to apply for a kid’s passport under one year of age, The birth needs to be registered with the Indian Mission. The passport process is the next step.

    The citizenship for the minor can now be applied online via this link: https://indiancitizenshiponline.nic.in/Home2.aspx?formcode=03

    in reply to: Primary school State school or Independent? #1899
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    Dipal Patel: Grammar schools are good for now but 10 years down the line I’m not too sure. Government is already pushing Grammar schools to have ‘mix of all’ rather than just academically good kids.

    in reply to: Primary school State school or Independent? #1898
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    Dipal Patel: Priyanka, its mainly the secondary schools but again it is not easy to go to top independent schools from State schools for secondary education (difficult but not impossible). And again its not only the education but its bringing out the best in children. Independent schools really push children for excellent 11+ results.

    in reply to: Primary school State school or Independent? #1895
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    Priyanka Sharma: Dipal Patel I am curious about this. The university results are good for kids who have done primary education in private schools or are they good for those who have done secondary schooling from private schools? And where does grammar schools stand because they are state funded secondary schools

    in reply to: Primary school State school or Independent? #1893
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    Dipal Patel: It depends on what you want. Independent schools are expensive but clearly you get more from Independent schools then what state schools can offer (ow no one would be sending their kids to independent schools). I personally feel if you can afford Independent schools then thats is better than sending you child to state school. Look at the admission stats of Oxford and Cambridge unis, majority comes from private schools. It does make a lot of difference.

    in reply to: Primary school State school or Independent? #1892
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    Bithika Raha: As an experienced mother suggest …private school where he is settled. All the best.

    in reply to: Primary school State school or Independent? #1891
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    Jasmine Kochar: Continue at Private school if you can afford it. The difference is noticeable when they are trying for uni admissions.

    in reply to: British passport for child of EU parent #1503
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    in reply to: How to sponsor parents visa? #1500
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    Appointment Letter Printout
    Online Application Printout (Back To Back)
    Original Passport
    4 Passport Size Photographs as per UKVI Standards
    Old Passport(s)
    Marriage Certificate for you and your parents
    Documents confirming source of income – yours and parents (if they get pension then they should be able to show)
    Property documents
    Six Months Bank Statement (Attested)
    Covering Letter from Applicant
    Letter from Sponsor
    Sponsor’s Passport Copy
    Sponsor’s UK Visa Copy
    Sponsor’s Payslips (6 Months)
    Sponsor’s Bank Statements (6 Months)
    Sponsor’s Accommodation Proof
    Sponsor’s Utility Bill Copy

    in reply to: How to sponsor parents visa? #599
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    Yoy can book an appointment via VFS and send all your immigration documtnes with your financial statements to your parents.

    in reply to: Opening a Bank Account #539
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    You can open your bank account by visiting your closest branch. You will need a proof of residence and your passport along with your visa.

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