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I only went to the doctor twice....and I am worried about doing non-molestation order.....my husband might do the same (since he never admits, and acts like he is a victim)
I have checked UK Border site....it says letters from my friends are not valid. I have called DV helpline many times, but i dont have any reference number....
I kept the diary everyday, can this be an evidence?
My husband is wise not to leave any actual evidence on my body, so he punch my stomach or spat on my face, etc. That's why I didnt go to the doctor....
Do u think I should do non-molestation order? and try applying for SET(DV)? I might need to go back to my country soon as I am destitute.
yes, if I got SET(DV), does that mean, my (ex)husband cannot come to my home country or is there any history if he ever tries to marry to non-UK citizen.
I am worried that he will come to my country and hurt my family or destroy our property,etc.
Is there any caution he can get, so he wont come to my home country?
Now, u answer me?
I haven't got your answer yet.
If you get ILR after separating the two applications then this does not mean that he is prevented from getting ILR in the UK.
what does, ILR mean? and what is two applications?
so does this mean, he will not have any DV records....if he try to enter foreign countries, or marry w someone else? no causion or anything?
I was wondering he might have done DV in his past relationship....
i will rate ur answer after this. Thank you.
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