No I settled him here he's originally from pakistan, once he's received it a month later he's left me n my daughter this was in may 4 2013
Thank you.. but because I have reported it to mp n home office I have given them evidence that he has obtained it fraudently. Because he only married me for British passport.
I have evidence that he was in the marriage for false protense, bec he was cheating on me but I had given him chances.. only when he said of I don't help him apply hid indefinite leave to remain he will leave me. I did put all this in writing and sent it to the home office the reply they gave me is that, they will investigate.
Because he's obtained it by deception would they revoke it, and also a month before he left home I never saw his passport.
I meant to say his naturalization date and that he never mentioned he got the passport.. I never knew about anything he never told me even though I'm his wife.
He got his ILR In April 2012
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