Thanks for you quick response, my partner is English and am in Lonodn UK my student VISA has actually expired and i have a pending cohabiting parters applicatioin with the home office.
The problem is we are not getting on well and everytime she threatens to withdraw the application from the home office which will automatically mean i am an overstayer if am right. Our daughter will be 2 in january.
I have not decided what to do with regards XX XXXXXXX of the child yet as i am the Male it would probably be better she gets custody and i will definately keep 100% contact with my child. If i can get custody i actually wont mind at all but first thing is to sort out my residence status so i dont get repartriated.
Am really worried she would withdraw the application and that will leave me in a bad situation, i am resident in the UK as we speak its just we are not getting on well and i want to know if the fact i have a child and always been there for her can keep me in the country.
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