Thanks for your question.
Can you apply to stay here on some other form of visa (eg. worker's) following the completion of your studies?
What nationality is your husband and what immigration status do they hold?
my husband is a ghanaian and he came to join me as my dependent here in the uk. i cannot apply to stay here on workers visa. dont i have enough grounds to apply for permit on compassionate or humanitarian grounds here.
Thanks for your reply.
This is not a straightforward situation. There is no traditional immigration category under which you could apply, so you would therefore have to make an application to the UKBA to get them to exercise their discretion on the facts of your case an grant discretionary leave to remain.
If you can provide documentary evidence of your home country's attitude towards children with down syndrome, including the effects of that attitude (ie. being ostracized from society, refusal of schooling, health or other such provisions on the grounds of the child's condition, or the killing, torture or persecution of children with down syndrome), then you may have a reasonable to good chance of the UKBA exercising their discretion to let you and your family stay here.
You will certainly need a solicitor to act for you and my advise would be to use the following Law Society search engine and book a solicitor for a consultation. Take documentary evidence of your country's attitude to the condition with you (eg. newspaper articles, internet searches, other publications). He will be able to give you a specific opinion on the merits of your case based on the initial evidence:-
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sorry for the late reply of accepting the answer. could you pls help me with some credible sources or database from where i can get information regarding human right abuses on the internet. there seem to be less documentary evidence on the internet where it comes to attitudes and inhuman treatment of down syndrome kids.
What nationality are you?
i am a ghanaian
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could you pls help me with some credible sources or database from where i can get information regarding human right abuses on the internet. there seem to be less documentary evidence on the internet where it comes to attitudes and inhuman treatment of down syndrome kids.
Sorry it's taken a while to reply, your recent post did not display normally.
You should try searching online newspaper websites both in the UK and that of your home country.
Human Rights Watch is also quite a good source of reliable information:- http://www.hrw.org/
Amnesty International is similar:-
You've got also search similar charities and other wider forms of internet searches. There is not magic bullet, it's a matter of taking the time to conduct thorough researches I'm afraid. Kind regards,
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