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'Unjust' visa rules keep couple apart

26 October 2013 Last updated at 10:37 BST

A Swansea man says 'unjust' changes to visa rules are stopping him from bringing his Canadian wife to Wales.

Last year, the UK government insisted that someone must earn at least £18,600 a year before they are eligible to bring their partner to the UK.

David Hook said he earns the minimum wage as a security officer in Swansea - and cannot meet the new earning target.

Felicity Evans reports.

Eye on Wales is on BBC Radio Wales on Sunday 27 October at 13:30 GMT.

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