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If you and your partner have a daughter who is a UK National, your partner will be able to apply for a Visa under the Access to a Child Rules. She will not require a Solicitor for the application although it is advised.
It seems you have done all you can at this stage by informing the UKBA. The rest is up to them to cancel/curtail her Visa.
So will they cancel her visa will that stop her coming here?? Or what do they usually do in circumstances like this??
Generally, they would cancel her Spouse Visa, however, as she is the parent of a UK National child, she would be entitled to apply under a different category.
OK yes but..surely if the visa is cancelled by her sponsor, she will not be allowed access in the UK. And would have to apply from the Ukraine??
I understand she may apply off her my daughter passport, but this does not guarntee her a full remain to stay?? it is 50/50?? Do they look at the fact she has no job no money....so they would have to pay to look after her?? I understand I would have to pay maintainence for my daughter....But i need to get an understanding of why she feels she will ruin me?? I dont have anything
Yes, that is correct. She will not be allowed to enter the UK if her visa has been cancelled.
I cannot see how she will ruin you.
With regard to her application, therte is no guarantee that this will be acceopted, although she is eligible to make an application.
OK...Three final questions..
1. Can she then apply for a visa remain to stay whilst she is in Ukraine??
2. Will my daughter be granted an extra stay in the Ukraine as she will go over her 90 days??
3. What should I do next?? Do you think I should wait for her to make a move or do I contact a solicitor and start the ball rolling??
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