What do you mean when you say ".. And I wouldn't be able to go back?"
Are you likely to dispute who has residence of the child?
Sorry what I meant would that be the end of her visa??if I sent a fax to the Immigration, do they put a stop on the visa or do they cancel completely.
I am not sure at this point whether I will dispute that, i do believe it would be more beneficial for our daughter to have a UK passport. But if I did dispute it, would that then give my wife more rights to stay here, than if I didn't dispute it.
If I curtailed the visa now, and then if we sorted our difference out and wanted to try again, would this mean the current visa application is null and void.
And if I wanted to get custody of my daughter, as I don't want to help my ex-partner as this is what she has planned since day one, where would I stand in my rights??
Thanks for your help
If the visa is curtailed but you decided to try and make another go of your marriage (and she was at the time in the Ukraine) then she would have to make a further settlement application again I'm afraid, so yes - null and void effectively.
If your daughter is in the UKraine and you wished to get custody then you would have to commence and action in the Ukraine. This would get very very trick at that point. Trust this clarifies, please click accept. Kind regards,Tom
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