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#1 depressednp

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 02:34 PM

Hello,

I have a friend that need advice please.

They got married in december 2009 in africa, my friend applied for redisent card in europe for her husband which was given in 2010.

They relocated back to England in october 2010 applied for resident card as my friend was working in europe before they came back. the homeoffice issued her husband resident card in december 2010 to 2015

My friend worked all the in the uk while he never worked. She later found out that her husband used her to get resident card that he was already married in africa in africa way not by court. to make his stay in europe he got my friend pregnant.they have a child together. he was illigel in england before she met him.

My friend is very unhappy because one of her husband friend told her that he is waiting for their marriage to be three years and then divorce her and bring his wife and kids from africa to england to live,

Although my friend is not worried about him getting his PR but want him to get it asap because he is a very controlling man and beat her.

When they divorce after the three years will he still get his PR in 20016?

Although his resident card was issued in december 2010, will does he have to be in england till 2012 december for the three years to complete (they got married in december 2009) ?

Or is it in december 2013 counting from 2010 when his resident card was issued?

Please help, she is thinking of killing herself the way he used her and now people are laughing at her.

When does the three years end?

Thanks



#2 Gentleman of Leisure

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 03:06 PM

If your friend has a question she should ask it herself. There are questions that need to be asked before a answer can be constructed and using you as an intermediary will only confuse the matter. Otherwise, you can search European Caseworker instructions on the UKBA site.

http://www.ukba.home...icyandlaw/ecis/

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 03:18 PM

Thanks Gentleman,

I am only looking for any advice for her.

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 03:21 PM

I know, so you can advise her to join the forum and ask a question. This is just my personal view so there is nothing to prevent other members of this forum stabbing a guess at your hearsay and hoping it is relevant to her reality.

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 09:12 AM

Whether he can get status or not should not be her main concern. She should leave him if she is worried about her safety and go to the police.




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