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#1 blackdiamond

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Posted 15 April 2017 - 10:07 AM

Hi to all.
Case history

First apply student dependent refuse 2006
Second student dependent refuse 2007

Third visa apply student dependent 2009 September refused. 320 7a

Reason:

FAKE financial saving certificates.

Now here the explanation.

Due to several refusal we frustrated with immigration rule.
Than my wife hire consultant in pakistan

And he suggests that buy saving certificates from him and show as Financial saving.

My wife is not that much smart to check authentication for that proof

Result
Get refusal 320 7a.
Get Appeal

But we did not Appeal that disicion.

We contact police station file report against the consultant.

Due to third party involved as consultant.
He cheats us result is refusal ban till
2019 September.

After ban 2012
We had daughter is born.

2014 my paw visa expire.
I file FLRO
REFUSED.
THAN I GOT APPEAL.
2016 I WIN APPEAL FIRST tribunal.
GOT
INDEFINATE LEAVE TO REMAIN


Now my question start here.

I have read 320 7c.

Where is written
320 7b does not apply.

If applicant apply spouse visa.


Now

I have daughter which born 2012.
Due to my wife innocent mistake we
Suffered this.

Question 1.

Can my wife apply spouse with her daughter.

320 7c will apply.

Question 2.

Does it help my humantarion ground to live with family life.
Like article 8.
BECAUSE I'm here settled in Uk


Question 3.

Can I bring my daughter alone because
She don't have 320
She born after that.
And manage foster care system.etc.

But.
My daughter 4 year over it not good SHE live as single parent life.

Question 4.

Can I bring daughter with my mother
To come and stay with me.
Daughter dependent visa.
Mother as visit
Or
Elderly dependent visa.
Mother over 60.

Question 5
Is any discount we ask home office.
On 3207b

BECAUSE it almost 8 passed.

Question 6
How can we defend automatic refusal as 320 7b


My Uk circumstances.
1. Financial I earn 50k.
2. I have adequate accommodation
3. Marriage is over 10 year.


Please update and help me out.

I'm ready to apply spouse visa with my daughter soon in 15 days max



#2 Susi

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Posted 15 April 2017 - 11:15 AM

320(7b) won't apply for a spouse visa application, but it may fail under 320(11) for 'frustrating the Immigration Rules'.

https://www.gov.uk/g...paragraph-32011

#3 blackdiamond

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Posted 15 April 2017 - 11:45 AM

My wife never been to Uk
SO 320 (11)
Will not apply I check 320 (11).

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Posted 15 April 2017 - 03:43 PM

Note 320(11)(iv)
(11) where the applicant has previously contrived in a significant way to frustrate the intentions of the Rules by:
(i) overstaying; or
(ii) breaching a condition attached to his leave; or
(iii) being an illegal entrant; or
(iv) using deception in an application for entry clearance, leave to enter or remain or in order to obtain documents from the Secretary of State or a third party required in support of the application (whether successful or not);
https://www.gov.uk/g...nds-for-refusal

Also the chances of your mother being granted an adult dependent visa are slim to zero. In order for this to succeed she would need to prove that she in unable to manage simple tasks such as bathing, dressing, preparing food ect. Also that this daily care is either not available in her home country or is unaffordable.
Very few ADV applications have been approved since the Immigration Rules were tightened for elderly parents in July 2012

Also unlikely that your daughter will be issued with a settlement visa if her mother remains outside of the UK.





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