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Have you thought about submitting a new application for discretionary leave to remain?
I have asked the lawyer to do so for me and he is going to use the fact that my partner just had the baby and I am supporting my partner and I have been here for over 10.
is that the correct way to go about it? Or how should I go about seeking descretional leave
On the refusal letter it says I cnt appeal however can I still ask for a reconsideration?
Ok ibunderstand that. So ur saying that the reconsideration the lawyer has sent it DOES NOT by me time or does? And he said the next step is a local MP to represent me. I am not that rich to be able to afford a judicial hearing but he says it is the last option
So on the letter they sent me explaining the refusal they have given me a number to call. Can I not call them letting them know that I have submitted a reconsideration and that I am waiting for there response? I I have to go to jamaica bare in mind my partner does not earn over 18, 600 pounds what Is my best options to come back to the UK and be with my partner who I intend to marry and my son
No I have only been granted a three year visa in 2009 and now it has expired since september 2012. I have been waiting for my visa since 2002 and then got it in 2009 and it expired 2012, I reapplied just before it expired ow now they have refused my reapplication.
Two more things please, you have been very helpful . If I have to go would I be able to get six months visitors visa yearly? And also to let them know I am NOT over staying my time can I call them and let them know I submitted a reconsideration via a lawyer?
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