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Bandito Post time: 2016-8-18 23:43
Delude shows a degree of personal interest :) You have got to know what the term implies before you ...
'Perhaps you wish to speak to Jin yang above that bankrupted herself by borrowing money to come to UK, study with the plan of post work in UK to recoup the money'
Let me see if I understand this: Having been granted a student's visa, Jin Yang legally entered the UK with the intent of studying for a degree, paid the university fees and settled down to the course work. As with all foreign students, she would have been expected to leave Britain after completing the course. Am I right, so far?
At some stage, she then decided that she would work in the UK after graduating in order to earn enough money to repay the debt she had incurred. We are not told the details but I would assume she applied for a further visa to enable her to live and work in Britain and, having been refused this, she is now throwing a hissy fit and stamping her foot because the Brits insist she must obey the law and return home to China. Have I got this right?
Having returned to China, she could then apply for a work visa as many thousands of others have done. She must show to the relevant authorities which unique skills and talents she would bring to the UK and that she would not be doing a job that many unemployed Brits would be equally capable of doing. You don't have to tell me, I know I'm right about this.
As a student, she would have been allowed to work up to 16 hours per week while studying. So, further assuming that she was determined to repay her debt , a debt she had incurred of her own volition, why didn't she take a part time job while studying? Don't tell me that she didn't have time for we all have 24 hours each day and how we choose to use them is for us to decide.
The Brits won't change or bend the rules to accommodate one wench's fanciful wishes? Diddums. Sounds like another spoilt brat to me.