Do the UKBA know about the text and was this the reasons for refusal?
yes they do, they stated that in the letter as well as saying that "you have failed to provide substansive evidence of your relationship with your sponsor, which casts doubt on your intentions in the united kingdom, in the light of this I am not satisfied on balance of probabilities that your are genuinly seeking entry into the Uk as a visitor or that you inted to leave the UK on completion of your visit as stated by you" I" I am not satisfied that you do not during this visit intend to marry or form a civil partenrship"
My son lived with this girl for 2 years in Thailand, they ran a bar together and it was only when the bar failed that he had to come home to work last year. She is meant to come for a holiday and to see if she likes the country as she has never left thailand before and indeed has a son there whom she would not leave for longer.
The sponsorship letter was signed by both my son and my Husband, my son lives with us, and she would stay with us while she is here. We are happy to guarantee her place to stay, her expenses while she is here and the fact that she will go back at the end of the stay. I have met her on my stays in Thailand and we get on very well. I stayed with them at their home. the UKBA know she has a son in thailand.
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