Thanks so much for the reply but there is one question I want to ask what can he do pending the time his wife switch should incase she find someone to sponsor her. Can his Lawyer send a latter to challenge their decision base on the fact that he's just asking to be attached to his wife's post-study visa? And will the docements from the hospital stating his wife due to give birth by CS will that help and if not how long can he stay before they will start chasing him at their home address or do they need to change house ? Thanks
what kind of application can he make at this stage appart from FLRO
He was asked to contact the enforcement team who will apply for his document date 8th July but hasn't done so. Are they going to be looking for him ? Also the wife is due for a baby in September please what is the best option you can recommend. His Lawyer planning to send a letter on pre-action protocol based on his FLRO. will this help ?
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