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I was married to him but we divorced in 2009. He has indefinite leave to remain in uk. We are planning to get married again.
My student visa expired in December 2012. I ll apply for spouse visa after marriage. Ukba might have delayed my application intentionaly sso that my visa can get expired because they are holding onto my documents since April 2012.
I am definite that my family will not like the fact that I got pregnant withou getting married bbecause in my country it is considered a sin and they can do anything to me. They wanted me to marry someone else but I kept on refusing.
Could I get a leave to remain in UK As my newborn baby is British national. His father does not want him to leave the country and go to Pakistan. Can they send my son back as well if I am not allowed to stay?
Sorry I did not understand the answer. Can you please rephrase it
so the best course of action would be to make a spouse visa application and try to present an argument on my and kids safety concerns in Pakistan so ukba can let me make an in-country application.
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