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i am afraid that now the ilr has been granted it will not be withdrawn
so far as contact with your child is concrened ou must make an application to the ocurt and ask the court to order the DWP to release the address of your wife to the court - they will transfer the case to her nearest court and set a hearing date
you could serve her with the divorce papers at that hearing if need be
I appreciate what you are saying but immigration has to question her conduct. My divorce is on the grounds of deception
no i am afraid immigration do not have to question her conduct and are unlikely to do so - especially since there is a child involved
this is a separate issue form your ability to issue a petition based on her unreasonable behaviour
i do understand how hurt and angry you feel but her ILR will not be revoked - not least because she has had a child with you
She went to another country and has not been see since. She has taken my child. I have been used by her so she can gain access to public funds.
Now she will try and take everything I have got. Are you a specilist in immigration or family law?
]i am a family law specialist with immigration experience as it relates to family law
Ok thanks. From your viewpoint, there is no chance of revoking her indefinite leave to remain based on deception? The same time as my divorce petition being submitted on unreasonable behaviour (deception) I know there is a child involved but if it helps I would want to go for full custody because of her intentions of using me. Whats in store for my son god only knows
i am afraid that i have dealt with a number of similar cases and the ILR sinmply will not be revoked in these circumstances
i am not sure where a judge will come into it
- the border agnecy simply will not revoke the ILR
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