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Re: Leger migrant

Postby ohara » Thu Feb 18, 2016 8:57 am

Casa wrote:I have to ask....what exactly is a 'Leger migrant'? :?


So much for minimum language requirement :shock:
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about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Bukola1 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:01 pm

please, my fellow member, I will really appreciate a good advice from the senior member.

I am a British Citizen gain this year through EEA rough
my partner is and overstayer we have been together since 2012 living at the same
address, am thinking of which rough can I use to apply for her that won't though me and UK border
or which application I can use so that she can gain are stay. please, i will really appreciate advice asap.
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Casa » Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:12 pm

There isn't any easy route for an overstayer due to you having British citizenship.

Assuming you can prove you have been in a relationship 'akin to marriage' for the required 2 year period with the documented evidence to support this (shared finance and bills, joint tenancy etc) she should return to her home country and apply for an unmarried partner visa from there.

I'm assuming you don't have children together?
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partner of british citizen

Postby Bukola1 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:41 pm

thanks so much casa we have been living together for more than 2 years and we have our name on utility but not on tenancy and banks and she have no one to stay with at home as are father have passed away and are the mum is no wear to fund.
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Bukola1 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:42 pm

I Casa really appreciate ur reply me and my partner have live together for more than three years
and we have proved of address together we have water and cancel tax landline gas-electrics.

please I will really appreciate ur reply
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Bukola1 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:45 pm

and we have not had children we lose our baby last month to miss carry
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Casa » Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:49 pm

If you meet the minimum annual income requirement of £18,600 then it would be better to return to her home country and apply for an unmarried partner visa from there.
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Bukola1 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:56 pm

thank for ur quick reply I did not meet 18.600 require as I just lost my jobs am on ongoing temporary jobs now and claiming housing benefit. do u think the chance of grant is tiny.
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Casa » Thu Dec 01, 2016 11:00 pm

Only a very slim chance of a FLR(FP) application submitted in the UK succeeding from the information you've given.
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Bukola1 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 11:12 pm

I want to claim she have no one to return to back home as a family because her father have passed away since
1995 and we have dirt certificate for that to prove and she has never work in this country before she has been in the country for 9years now. we have tried our best to get are the mom but we can't see her. and why I want to do the application is I apply for housing benefit and they ask of her ni I told them she have no one and they ask how long she been in country I told them and they apply to her and we attend interview with my brp and her ppt and I call them they say they want to check with home office before issued the ni that is what really given me concern
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Bukola1 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 11:14 pm

and I come across the section on 10 years route as a partner of who settle in uk who have no limit on are stay here.
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Bukola1 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 11:20 pm

or did u know any article I can rely on when making the application.
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Anu4real » Fri Dec 02, 2016 9:20 am

As a nigerian bro, let me say the advise you are being given here is sound and correct
Is your woman receiving healthcare free? Or are you making use of a private clinic?
If she is using NHS then you need to stop and find out how much you need to pay back and make sure you pay back
If you dont pay, it makes no difference if you have a child who is british or if you are British, they would keep denying her

The fact that she came in without a visa will also work against her

As long as you earn over £18.600 a year and you have proof you have lived together for 3 years, the most she would be out of london for will be 6 months or give or take one year

Lawyers will only tell you what u want to hear and take your money, much easier to let her go back home and apply, i know at least 3 people who went back home and are back to the uk now
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Bukola1 » Fri Dec 02, 2016 5:05 pm

Thank so much for ur reply but there is no one in nig to stay with, all is family are here and is father have also pass away also is mom can't be locate and I can't risk it too as u know
nig condition. Also British are looking for the way to hang people out of country, am thinking about of using form ffr fp if it will walk
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Bukola1 » Fri Dec 02, 2016 5:08 pm

Have also lose my jobs am doing temporary jobs now also claiming housing benefits and am still looking for better jobs
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby Bukola1 » Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:27 pm

Please, my fellow forum member I will really appreciate if anyone in my shoe can share their experience with me regarding FLR FP application partner of British citizen 10 years rought with prove of 2years cohabitation. Have summit my partner application last year December before Christ-mas, we receive a biometric letter last week and an additional letter that the application will take time due to the law the application fall on. and pls I just want to ask if I can request my British passport without having bad effect on the application as I want to travel I will really appreciate the reply from some in my shoe
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Re: about overstay partner of British Citizen

Postby CR001 » Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:52 pm

You could have sent certified copies of your passport.
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