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We sent a letter inviting Natalya, etc copy below:
Mrs T Marples
Mr P Marples
4 Torbay Road
13th June href="http://www.justanswer.com/uk-immigration-law/5iifk-son-naturalized-british-citizen-dual-russian.html1
Flat 2, House 6,
We, Tanya and Phil Marples,
are very happy that you and Nikolai got married in January this year. We wish to facilitate your coming to this country to live together with your husband Nikolai. Therefore we wish to formally invite you and your daughter Arina to come to live with us and your husband Nikolai, sharing our family home at 4, Torbay Road, Parkstone, Poole, Dorset.
You and Nikolai can have sole use of one bedroom, and there is another bedroom which can be Arina's. You will be able to share the lounge, the other living room, kitchen, bathroom with toilet and separate toilet . Also you will be able to enjoy the garden for leisure, vegetable growing, use the summer house there, etc.
We offer this for as long as you need, until Nikolai, you and Arina are able to move into your own home.
We are also willing to contribute to your and Arina's living costs and other expenses, as needed, to supplement Nikolai's income.
We are very much looking forward to when we can all be together.
Tanya and Phil Marples
We didn't send anything about jobs she could do, but we have found information about "The Overseas Trained teacher programme" which would be a possibility for her to retrain to work as a teacher in this country. This was not included in her visa entry application though.
Natasha received the refusal on 5th September but it was dated 26th August so appeal reply in 28 days must be received by 23rd Sept. Can they submit an interim appeal pending supply of all the detailed information needed as you enumerated above?
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