I took the test at the British Council approved test centre in Lagos.
Nigeria being a volitile country with ongoing kidnappings of Expatriates for ransome and shootings many British expats where recently shot, the British Government have a policy of no payment for ransome
Alex The UKBA suggest if we want to maintain our married life if I am deportrd or fail on appeal my husband should more from his home of Birth and move to Nigeria.
I cannot apply to resit the test as the UKBA hold my passport, if I apply for return of the passport they will give me 3 days to leave the UK.
Also it states in the refusal no additional documents will be accepted after the appeal process has started.
My location of residence is Lowestoft Suffolk
Do you know of any solicitors that work on a no win no fee basis. We have spent a fortune fighting the UKBA over the recent years and money is at a premium.
Thanks for your answers as you say not an ideal solution.
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