hey have been separated from my husband and we have not lived together since after the wedding that was five years ago.my daughter is a british citizen and she is five years old and she attends school in the uk.I am in the uk as a visitor can apply under zambrano to stay in the uk with my daughteror any other immigration status?I have no contact with the father and I have no idea where he is.my daughter and we leave with my sister.
do I have to apply before my visit visa ends and I am the sole carer because am her mother and I have been supporting her all by my self.
do you think will be successful for the goodness of my daughter
did the uk border agency amend the laws for the zambrano application
Just want to know that if the uk border agency have amended the zambrano application and how long the residence card is due for
I just need to ask a few more questions please while am waiting for residence card to be issued will. I be able to work straight away and will I be able to apply for child benefit for my daughter.
hey just need to ask a few more questions please while am waiting for the zambrano application will be able to work and can apply for child benefit while am on a residence card
I just need to know will be able to work if will be able to work while waiting for my residence card and if can claim benefit for my daughter on a residence card
Hey I just need to know some last questions about zambrano
1.Will being on a visit visa allow my case for zambrano application?
2.Since will be applying after november 8,2012 how will it affect my application?
3.Since am still married but not divorced yet due to insuffieceint funds will it affect my rights of residence for my daughters sake.
And last one will be able to claim benefits for my daughter and will be able to work while waiting for my application to process please your answer will mean to me thanks
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