Thanks for your reply. But what is the chance of me applying on the ground i have a child in the uk?
Right, but in this my case what you reckon i should do?
Thanks i find this your last reply very useful and what is the possibility of making an application for discretionary leave to remain to be successful and what do i really need to go with such application.
thanks. is it possible for me to get married with my current situation?
alright, so the registry will not ask for my visa on my passport?
please how long does it normally take for the discretionary leave to remain, to get an answer from the home office?
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