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I was in a 5yr relationship with an English girl, but we broke up at the start of last year due to this situation, I hadnt told her my legal situation. I am currently not in a serious relationship
I had a feeling it was going to be bad news, my only hope was for compassionate leave to remain, having lived here so many years. I've recently been diagnosed with diabetes, would that have any strong standing in my case? And my brother being a British citizen and only family I have left?
Not the greatest news, a waste of a lifetime is hard news to swallow. I appreciate you taking the time to explain my options, however limited they are. I guess money would be wasted on solicitors.
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