Thanks for your efficient reply.
I am Chinese and holding a Tier4 student dependant visa at the moment. My husband, my son and my visa will expire 1st Nov 2012. My husband's cousin came to England with a student dependant visa and expired at the end of Nov 2007. She is overstaying here.
Due to my circumstance, I have asked for help from a local charity. they asked me to sort out my visa first and then start a battle with my husband.
I am very miserable and dont know how to renew my visa according to my personal situation. my husband keeps every important document including my son's passport, birth certificate and my things. I got my replacement passport. that's the only ID I have with me.
As early as Jan this year, my husband sent life-threatening txt messages to me. I reported to the police. The police contacted him later on, maybe giving him a veral warning something like that. As he has got the record of body assault to me from the police records.
My little one was born in this country and never left here。 My husband would use so-called human rights ACT TO apply DLR。He would say HE HAD STABLE FAMILY LIFE HERE.（HE, HIS COUSIN, THEIR DAUGHTER AND MY SON)
My boy is Chinese。 HE HAS NEVER LEFT ENGLAND SINCE HE WAS BORN.
Thanks so much. I have got a clear picuture of what I should do now. My concern is that does it help if I present some domestic violence picture and police log in details to the court although it happened long time ago.I feel so sad because my son doesnt want me now as his dad mentally poisoned him. He told his school teacher dad got mad and shouted to him when he knew I came to school to see my son. I used Home office online report forms twice and crime stopper service, reporting my husband and his cousin's illegal things. but it seems not working at all, no reply so far. does it mean home office 'allows' overstaying???
Which application form should I use for extendING MY Visa？
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