British Citizen With Kids, Non Eu Partner( Pending Claim For Income Support)
Posted 19 October 2011 - 10:31 AM
Any help in regards to this will be greatly appreciated. Firstly, I would like to point out that my partner is non-EU and currently has a reconsideration pending with the HO. He has NINO appointment tomorrow but we have been there before when we put a claim for tax credits which was turned down. We fear this is going to be the same thing now. We are aware he is not entitled to benefits but i am the one claiming for the kids however, i have to put him down as a partner and this somehow is proving a nightmare when it comes to dealing with the claims.
1) Even though we live together at my parents house should i just exclude him on application form?
2) does this pose a problem with Immigration?
3) Will this be viewed as criminal behavior? I am 32 weeks pregnant and we have no money whatsoever and he is not allowed to work so i do not know how exactly we supposed to survive? I cant really be expected to go to work in my condition surely.
please help, we are going for another appointment tomorrow.
Thank you all
Posted 25 October 2011 - 12:00 PM
You cannot submit a false benefit claim.
NINO claim has been refused... on the obvious basis that i have no leave to remain and so even though my partner is british wiv british kids, we have got no leg to stand on....
Edited by firefox101, 25 October 2011 - 12:02 PM.
Posted 26 October 2011 - 07:15 PM
This is a mistake. Go to your MP.
My partner has contacted the MP regarding refusal for Benefits and put as much info as possible including the current situation in regards to my immigration status however the MP's secretary rang back requesting my personal details so they could contact the HO. We are a bit unsure whether to let him contact the HO or contact DWP instead bearing in mind that the reconsideration letter was sent 2 - 3 months ago.
We will be getting back to them tomorrow and so any additional info on whether he should contact HO or not will be greatly appreciated.
Posted 28 November 2012 - 07:27 PM
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