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I’ve just been looking at the Transpondia website. I first came across it a few months ago when they posted a link to Free Movement, but the site seemed a lot smaller then. There is now (maybe there was then and I just didn’t see it) a mass of helpful and apparently well-informed information on there. Sorry if I’ve been a bit slow and everyone already knows about this!

I’ve no idea who writes it, how it is funded and so forth, but it appears to be independent and although I certainly haven’t done a comprehensive read through and can’t vouch for all the advice given, I didn;t come across anything I’d disagree with while I was flicking through a few pages.

There are also some really well thought through links to other sources of information.

Basically, I’d strongly recommend taking a look if you have immigration problems. Even better, take a look before you have immigration problems, and those problems may never come to pass!

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