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Humen rights and asylum seekers

Post by kambohg » Wed Sep 16, 2020 9:25 pm

Hi hope everyone is ok i need to ask you one question please
Just heard PM boris going to finish Human rights
Will 7 years kids route for asylum seeker will stay remain or will he finish that route as well please guide i am bit worried
2nd question is
Is 7 years route is comes under human rights or is this created by europen union please guide me thanks in advance

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Re: Humen rights and asylum seekers

Post by Zerubbabel » Sat Oct 03, 2020 11:55 am

Hello

There is no "7 year route". When you are in an immigration route, you have some guarantees against adverse changes. Usually, changes affect new entrants while people already in the route, may still keep going as usual.

But if you are present in the UK illegally with a kid and waiting to finish 7 years under the radar, you are not in any immigration route. You may want to wait 7 years to lodge an application, but they could change the rules and that would affect your options.

This "route" has nothing to do with European Union.

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Re: Humen rights and asylum seekers

Post by vinny » Sat Oct 03, 2020 12:03 pm

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7 year child route for asylum seeker

Post by kambohg » Fri Mar 05, 2021 6:49 pm

Respected forum members,

Hope you'r doing fine. i need your help in my case please.

i am an asylum seeker and since 2014...in 2018 i submit my fresh claim and they home office refused back in sept 2020 allowed me appeal right....

and i can go to court now i am waiting for my court hearing date ...

i have 3 kids one is 7 year old on 18th march 2021 few days left..

so i need your opinion please what i need to do ..

dose i have to withdraw my appeal and go for 7 year route.

will i go for 7 years route as fresh claim because i am on nass support .

or dose i have to go for separated application and court as well..

as a family my and my wife's mantel health effected much its been long time in this condition :( painful

hope will get kind words from your guys

my boys are 7 year 6 year and newborn as well he is 8 days old and its painful cant give them what they

dream ...so please advise me right path it will be great kindness of you guys.....

Thanks
kind members

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Re: 7 year child route for asylum seeker

Post by secret.simon » Fri Mar 05, 2021 6:54 pm

Has either child lived for 7 years in the UK? Keep in mind that the 7 year child concession applies to a child who has lived for at least 7 years in the UK, not to a child who is 7 years old, but not spent 7 years living in the UK.

It is unclear if the 7 year old child was born in the UK or abroad.
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Re: 7 year child route for asylum seeker

Post by kambohg » Fri Mar 05, 2021 6:57 pm

Sorry my mistake yes he is born in UK and he is going to be 7 year old on 18th of this month my apologies

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Re: Humen rights and asylum seekers

Post by kambohg » Fri Mar 05, 2021 7:13 pm

kambohg wrote:
Wed Sep 16, 2020 9:25 pm
Hi hope everyone is ok i need to ask you one question please
Just heard PM boris going to finish Human rights
Will 7 years kids route for asylum seeker will stay remain or will he finish that route as well please guide i am bit worried
2nd question is
Is 7 years route is comes under human rights or is this created by europen union please guide me thanks in advance
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secret.simon wrote:
Fri Mar 05, 2021 6:54 pm
Has either child lived for 7 years in the UK? Keep in mind that the 7 year child concession applies to a child who has lived for at least 7 years in the UK, not to a child who is 7 years old, but not spent 7 years living in the UK.

It is unclear if the 7 year old child was born in the UK or abroad.
kambohg wrote:
Fri Mar 05, 2021 6:49 pm
Respected forum members,

Hope you'r doing fine. i need your help in my case please.

i am an asylum seeker and since 2014...in 2018 i submit my fresh claim and they home office refused back in sept 2020 allowed me appeal right....

and i can go to court now i am waiting for my court hearing date ...

i have 3 kids one is 7 year old on 18th march 2021 few days left.. (BORN IN UK )

All of my kids born in uk

so i need your opinion please what i need to do ..

dose i have to withdraw my appeal and go for 7 year route.

will i go for 7 years route as fresh claim because i am on nass support .

or dose i have to go for separated application and court as well..

as a family my and my wife's mantel health effected much its been long time in this condition :( painful

hope will get kind words from your guys

my boys are 7 year 6 year and newborn as well he is 8 days old and its painful cant give them what they

dream ...so please advise me right path it will be great kindness of you guys.....

Thanks
kind members

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7 yr application still no answer please guide

Post by kambohg » Sat Jul 24, 2021 1:07 am

Dear friends,
Hope you doing fine. I am having one question please advice me i am worried.

My son born in uk now he is 7y4m i put fresh claim on 20th of apr 2021 born 17 march 2014 , because of bank account i have to go for fresh claim on 7yr basses.
Its been 3 months no reply how long they can take to answer 7yr fresh claim please guide .

2nd question please

Immigration bill 2021 will effect us as we are on 7yr route we are scared me and and my
wife 🥺 cant sleep all night because of fear.
We are on asylum since 9yrs.

Please advice .

Regards

Tayyab

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Asylum case Home office reply

Post by kambohg » Thu Aug 12, 2021 10:53 pm

Dear members ,

Hope tou are all doing fine. I need your help regarding homeoffice letter which is written to homeoffice from my solicitor but he dint tell me what homeoffice want yo say.

My application based on 7 yr route
My son born in UK.
I am failed asylum seeker.

Image attached please have a look and explained me what they want to say.

Case submitted on 20th apr 2021
Solicitor asked homeoffice on 30th jun 2021
Homeoffice reply on 2 aug 2021

It would be great please thanks.
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Re: Asylum case Home office reply

Post by glas195 » Sat Aug 14, 2021 9:30 am

They are simply saying they do not know when they will make a decision on your application

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Re: Asylum case Home office reply

Post by kambohg » Thu Sep 09, 2021 3:51 pm

glas195 wrote:
Sat Aug 14, 2021 9:30 am
They are simply saying they do not know when they will make a decision on your application
Thanks for kind reply

Any good sign please ?

Its been 5 months now

Even i was in homeoffice this monday they suspend my sign which is every year they dint do in pandamic as i go in pandamic too but this time

Thanks once again 😊

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