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Thanks for your question.
What do you mean by "what is the faith of this Woman concern?"
Are you asking about her immigration status?
Dear Tom, yes!!
would she be allowed to in teh UK?
Where is the woman, is she not in the UK?
Where is the child of your relationship?
Do you intend to marry her?
i dont think it will be possible for me to marry her, because i marry to someone and we are not devoice yet. please what can i do.
Have you been cohabiting with the her (ie, living together)?
Please state how long you have been living together if so.
do you think if i do so she will be grant leave to stay here.
You really do need to get specific advice on this together.
If it is proved that you are a UK citizen, the father of the child and that she is the mother and your right to a family and private life is argued in an comprehensively prepared application by an immigration solicitor then there is a possibility that she will be grated leave to remain here with the child, yes.
You can find immigration solicitors in your area using the following site:-
I'm afraid I don't know what you mean by "faith".
In your original question you said the child had a British Passport.
Do they or not?
In that case, you should post it as a new question to the question board and request that I answer it.
I hope this is okay. I will need you to state the nationalities of mother and father.
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