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some one took me to the uk dont even know anything abouth 9-10 years ago, but my patner she was here when she little
iam 18 year old she got her stay on peper with my daugter, but we have apply for british passort for my daughter but my pathner hasn;t apply for her own yet due to time yet ,but she got nigeria passport now
You've got to check that you were actually made a party to the applicaiton which your partner made. If you were not then you should make the application now as her dependent.
If you presently do not have leave to remain here in the UK then it would be advisable for you to ask a solicitor to make the applicaiton on your behalf because you will need to argue your Article 8 (Human) Right to a family and private life as to why you should not be made to return to your home country in order to make the application. This would be because of your daughter provided she is a UK citizen.
Basically, because your daughter is a UK citizen you will be able to obtian leave to remain here on the basis that fact, there has been recent case law on this.
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thanx for yestday. follow my enquiry , abouth yestday but my passport still with them and the letter for the first application i made with my cosin on dependance? which my partner sent with the letter they sent her b4 she got the stay?
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