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I have known her or over 5 years.
we begun dating mid 2012 as i was having issues with my wife then - she had got a child with someone else while married to me in early 2012. i went officially to meet my current partners parents around august last year. we officially started living together in February this year. we did not have any letters of mail to same address unfortunately. my partner came to england as a minor. we are also thinking of applying for a british passport for the baby. my partner is eligible for that too. we originally come from the same country
Yes we are about to send the application for UK passport tomorrow.
Full custody... no. of course i have shared parental responsibility only
Ok. I see. I'm wondering what this would mean in relation to the fact that my case has been passed to local enforcement office and my solicitor has made the mandatory call to the team stating we will make representations... any ideas on what this can/should mean.
Secondly, what are my chances of getting married seeing as i have been rendered 'overstayer' without having to leave the UK (- my passport is with the enforcement team! And it just expired in september the home office having kept it since early 2012).
What is your thoughts on PAP and JR in relation to my case - is this something i should put on overdrive or not... thank you
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