It is not the obvious discrimination that I want to 'appeal', please, if you look at my question, I asked how to appeal, I did not anticipate using 'Discrimination' as grounds for an 'appeal', I just believe that it is!
I do not need more money from the 'state', within the application, we made it clear that Sita would work.
Additionally, as I could marry a woman here in the UK without any hassle, why should I be unable to choose my wife from where I like?
Am I asking them to pay for anything?
Of course, if I had +£3000.00 in the bank, I am sure they would not object.
However, as a Pensioner, I am old enough to recognise discrimination whether or not 'they' want to see it or not.
You have not shown or suggested a way to appeal, only confirmed their obtuse logic in rejecting the visa application.
I had already realised that their 'refusal' would be on safe legal ground but is there a way around it?
(Perhaps I have said too much and confused the issue).
With what you know, is there any precedent or other reason on which you could suggest I can 'appeal' against their decision?
With respect, I am still very upset, stressed out and with my life in turmoil.