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I believe remiee means that your wife is still 'illegal' The situation is further complicated by the fact that you are no longer a family unit and if your estranged wife's case to remain fails (if she's submitted one), then so does your claim.remiee wrote:Without the child in your application it will very difficult to succeed, and also for the fact that your ex is still legalised it makes it more difficult. For application to succeed you will need the child in your application. Barristers are more expensive, because they can respresent in court while a solicitor can't. I will advice you to have a consultation with a barister first before paying anyone fees.
1. Makes no differenceThequestions wrote:Forget the legal costs for now ( I would like to educate myself on possibilities and non possibilities). Pls advice on theses
1. What about the fact my child is 8 ?
2. Could I request a JR at this point of failure ?
3. How many years is long residency for overstayers to qualify ?
4. What happens when my child gets to 10
Consistent with the public interest considerations set out in section 19 of the Immigration Act 2014 that provide that little weight should be given to a private life established by a person who is in the UK unlawfully or with precarious immigration status, the private life rules provide a stringent set of requirements to be met by applicants.
That only applies if the child was born in the UK and has absences of no more than 90 days per year for the first 10 years of its life.remiee wrote: 4. What happens when my child gets to 10. register your child as BC. see https://www.gov.uk/government/publicati ... zen-form-t
secret.simon wrote:Where was the child born ?
Casa wrote:In addition to secret.simon's advice regarding your child reaching 10 years residency, how do you intend to stay under the radar for the next 2 years, when the HO have already sent you a letter informing you that they plan to remove and detain you?
Thequestions wrote:Quick question
If I am served a removal notice and appeal dismissed
Is there any way to halt action. Can I apply to the courts to halt or delay it ? Since I have a child born here ? Or any other genuine reason. I am researching all avenues