I'm a 26 year old girl from Spain. I've been living in the UK for a year and a half now.
I am currently working, and I intend to do it part time while studying, so I'd like to know if I'd be able to apply as a migrant worker if I just work part time.
I read some threads that the funding was denied due to not earning enough money.
I'd like to know the EXACT requisites to be classed as a migrant worker, as it seems confusing and I haven't found anywhere if there is a minimum of hours, a minimum of salary, etc.
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- 12-01-2015 12:24
As long as you continue to work throughout your studies and can prove this by sending in payslips to us to show your continued work then you can apply as a migrant worker. Not earning enough is not something that relates to migrant workers, that would have been a separate issue.