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If she had a valid visa but still was denied entry then she needs to appeal within 10 days. to the immigration and asylum tribunal and usually incur a fee. The Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner can provide you with information about where to seek legal advice. You can also contact the local Citizen’s Advice Bureau for information that can help with immigration issues. If she did not have a valid visitor's visa and entry clearance, then contact the Immigration Advisory Service (IAS), by telephoning the local representative; the IAS has representatives at all major UK airports. They can offer some advice and services for free. The period of temporary admission is to allow her time to provide the necessary evidence to support her case for entry into the UK.
This seems to be an odd contradiction as no visitor visa should have issued if they believed her intention was settlement. So, effectively they are revoking her visitor visa on the spot. You may still be able to apply to switch to a family based visa while on temporary admission if
Even assuming that she had a valid visitor visa, she could not switch to a spouse visa if she is already in the UK and was initially admitted for a period of less than six months; for example, if she were initially admitted entry as a visitor. See this link. However, it appears that she may be able to make the switch while on temporary admission. See this link.
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