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#1 mkhari

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Posted 15 December 2012 - 12:53 AM

Brief Highlight
I Claim Asylum 2002 rejetct all appeal exaused 2003 ECHR application Nov 2007 Legacy Application 2009 Afetr Long Time so many photo request 10 time MP ,Soliciotr,Email Security Check Letter ETC i received DLR in 6 Dec2011
I Challenged the Decicion Along with why they didnot Grant My wife
My Wife Story
ECHR application Oct 2007
Pending until Today
Married With Me islamic marriage May 2008

in my legacy application i declare her as dependant which they didnot consider

so i JR they didnot grant my wife and Why Not ILR

today i reived after long battle Response from my solitor below

Dear Mr MKHARI


Further to our recent discussions, we confirm we have received a response from the UK Border Agency, which we would need to discuss with you. The Home Office have decided to grant your wife leave to remain in the UK until 5th December 2014, in line with your own leave.

Perhaps you could contact our offices to discuss an appointment with us.

Kind Regards


What should be my next step
shall i accept this
or
further fight for ILR

Please Share your opinion and Help



#2 Prince74

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Posted 15 December 2012 - 09:08 AM

Accept it. There should be no reason why you and your wife's DLR would not be extended for another 3 years and after that you can both apply for ILR.

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Posted 15 December 2012 - 09:18 AM

Accept it bro

#4 mkhari

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Posted 15 December 2012 - 10:48 AM

Thanks everyone
i need to decide until next week
but honestyly my soliciotr representaion in JR and Pre action rotocol was fantastic
what happend as everyone know in my last post
when after 3 month as they promised didnot consider my soliciotr fax a letter to treasury soliciotr and gave them 14 more days
and response come in 7 days

but result come against my expectation
and most of the soliciotrs advises/CAAU emailes clearly explained me that
my wife is not my dependant beacuse on my original asylum application she was not my dependant
even most of the adviser told me and taht dont put your wife in JR

but there was some logic in my mind that
a dependant on asylum can be separted in legacy
and a non dependant in asylum can be your partner its dpended human being circumstances whcih can be change any time

any marriageg can broken and anyone can married etc

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my question is if i say to my solicitor negotiate with them MY ilr and My wife DLR is that good ?
second according to there deciiosn
they are granting my wife DLR in previous policy
but less then 2 year
because my DLR expire in 5Dec 2014 and they offer my wife DLr until that time so its mean DLR under previos Rul

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Posted 15 December 2012 - 11:38 AM

I think you accept it for the time being and extend it later on. My husband claimed asylum in 1998 and they refused him in 2005. Can you believe it was after 7 years they made a decision on his application and it wasn't a decision we were expecting. And eventually in may 2012 we were granted DLR for 3 years!

I just want to tell you something that sometimes things don't work the way we want to. but I learned that there might be a reason for it. Maybe it wasn't meant to be at that time. Maybe it will direct you to a different journey in your life. Maybe this is what Allah wants for you. So there are many MAYBEs. I think it is best for you just to accept what you have and when the time comes you and your wife can renew it.

Life is short. Don't stress yourself over an ILR. That's what I used to do! Always stressing myself over everything!! But I learned to accept what I have, NOT what I WANT. Remember we don't know if we are going to be alive tomorrow. So enjoy the today live your life with your loved ones and WITH WHAT YOU HAVE :)

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Posted 15 December 2012 - 11:53 AM

thanks very much indeed Everyone
Alkhamdullillah i am very happy
even when i Jr my DLR was not like i need more n more
What ever my Allah gave me and giving me i m not able for that
so thanks Allah

i am also very happy on My DLR

i will go to the way where most of the vote
Even my wife say Go for ILR
my opinion is thas enough take the DLR
atleast we both have status

but i 'll see whats my soliciotr suggest and how many vote i get from the forum

my all JR details in my previous posts

Edited by mkhari, 15 December 2012 - 11:53 AM.


#7 mkhari

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 10:49 AM

Badluck no appointment until
3/01/13

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Posted 19 December 2012 - 12:29 PM

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Today after emergency appoiment with my solicitor above letter i received from UKBA
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after long discussion with my solicitor and according to above letter they already granted my wife DLR
this is confirmation
so as i was expecting it might be my permission whether i accept or not that DLR was not the case

they already granted

also my solicitor advise they will send all the representaion and all the responses to their Barrister for further advise
if Barrister advise and there are strong merits in my case then they will go further
it cost e me alot just

and there is no case whether i accept this DLR or not

i can still go further
forum comments are apprecitable

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Posted 19 December 2012 - 02:03 PM

well done and congratulation. Enjoy your free life.

#10 mkhari

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Posted 19 December 2012 - 02:17 PM

thanks
i try my best to give as much information i have
and i dont hide anything
as i promised




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