'Theresa May, don't force my baby's mother to leave the UK.'
My partner is breast feeding our baby, our baby needs his mother, if she is deported I will have to stop work, claim benefits as i could not possibly hold a full time job and be sole carer of our child...'
Freedom of Information request on sham marriages.
January 2011-December 2011 :
January 2010-December 2010 :
The misery of injustice.
It’s time, regrettably, to return to the saga of Eloise and Tanya, about whom we wrote a couple of months back. [ http://asirt.org.uk/wordpress/?p=187 ]. As you may recall, we assisted Eloise with the submission of a Zambrano application, since her daughter, Tanya, is a British citizen who has no contact with her father.
The Home Office, disgracefully, refused Eloise’s application for a residence permit, on the basis that Tanya could reasonably be expected to be cared for by her father- a man she has met just 3 times in the 2 years of her life to date, and who has expressed no desire to be a part of her life.
We know now that this decision was by no means a one-off, and are aware of numerous other instances of the Home Office ordering children to live with neglectful, absent, and sometimes violent parents...