Respected sir i have just got refusal with certified case of asylum and i have two dependents my husband and my child we are thinking to apply dictionary leave to remain please advise im living in this country 11 years and my partner living 9 years n we met 6 years ago and living together. will dictionary leave to remain is right path and if yes then what grounds we are overstayers from last 7 years im apply for this case or some other advice please.
my child is 4 and 1/2 years old
you welcome please reply in detailed everything. regards
There is saying ! there is will there is a way please allow some advice as you have completely shut the door on me and thats not possible please convince me on something reasonable to give you positive feedback as im not satisfied with your answer. please advice
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