If you have ever heard of the term ‘the good life’, then you will know exactly what it means. It will immediately conjure up many pictures and evoke wild memories from a childhood full of ideas, dreams and aspirations.

For those of us who don’t have any associations with the good life. It is an ideal life of the adult. A couple in love, sharing their family home with a handful of children and enjoying every second of it. They have the ideal family home; the standard three-bedroom, detached house with a garden. In that very garden you will find a vegetable patch where they grow the potatoes and carrots for the evening meals, there might be a rabbit hutch or even a chicken coop for freshly laid eggs.

It was the stereo-typical idealised picture of future happiness from a couple of decades ago. Now we have a slightly different view on the world and on what we consider to be ‘the good life’.

Most of us no longer dream of having a vegetable patch in the back garden. The maintenance and upkeep alone is enough to put anyone off. Then there’s just the sheer time it would take to actually grow carrots before you wanted to eat them. The mess and the worry about bugs and pests is not something we all want on a daily basis. The dreams have changed slightly.

We all still dream of being comfortable in our family home with a fireplace and kindling store. Of having the sound of happy kids running the home and making it feel like a home and not just a house. So, some of the ideals have stood the test of time and will, probably, still be the same in another couple of decades’ time.

One thing we know is that the sense of being in a couple is always going to be with us. It doesn’t matter who makes up that couple, the love is the same the world over.

One issue you might have is the geographical distance between you and your loved one. If you have moved to England for a job and then settled down, you might not be living everyday with you loved one.

It might even be the case, where you have visited England and fallen in love with not only the English countryside, but a particular English person. A few more trips and long stays are ok to keep the relationship burning, but you will have started to think about the longer term scenarios and getting to move to the next step.

It is at this point that you will need to turn to a London Immigration Specialists. They will have worked through situations like yours thousands of times before and they will know the best course of action for you to achieve your dream future.

When it comes to something as important as the love of your life and your very future, the reassurance of professional services and the experience they can provide will prove highly invaluable.