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Regarding the Breakdown of my Relationship as unmarried Partner

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Dear Home Office,

I wrote to the Marriage Curtailment team regarding the breakdown of my relationship with my daughters father who is a Jamaican national who was granted ILR on the bases of being my partner having his daughter and that i am sick and disabled. He no longer has an interest in his daughter and we have no contact really.

I would just like to know the out come of the information that was sent if possible especially so my 14 year old daughter has some closure

Yours faithfully,

Miss Georgina McDermott

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Dear FOI Requests,

Whilst I respect this i do feel i am entitled to know the outcome of the information i provided by form of letter to the Marriage Curtailment Team

So I would just like to know the decision that is made regarding my case it can be done privately either by phone or email.

Many thanks

Yours sincerely,

Georgina

Digital Correspondence Allocation Team, Home Office

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Dear Sir/Madam,

 

Thank you for your e-mail of 21 August.

           

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Dear Digital Correspondence Allocation Team,

My Personal email address is as follows
[email address]

I await your reply. I would really like to get this matter sorted

Many Thanks

Yours sincerely,

Georgina

Dear Digital Correspondence Allocation Team,

I have emailed you privately and i am awaiting a response regarding the information i have sent to the marriage curtailment team

i would appreciate if this could be done sooner rather then later

Yours sincerely,

Georgina

Dear Digital Correspondence Allocation Team,

I am so disappointed that the Home office can not let me know the out come of a letter i sent them. i am going to request an internal review of this matter
I Emailed you privately and still nothing feel really let down

Yours sincerely,

Georgina

Dear Digital Correspondence Allocation Team,

I am extremly disappointed that the Home office have not given me any feed back from when i wrote to them the 6th of August. All i want to know is if the home office have spoken to Mr Welsh and what action have they taken.
I come to realise that Mr Welsh used me to gain his indefinate leave to remain under unmarried spouse/partner. I now know he had been in a relationship with a women in Jamaica and he recently got married on the 31st of August. We only found out because someone sent me pictures he didnt even tell his daughter.
He has not given me money for the past 5 weeks or no help towards school uniform especially as he is working 2-3 jobs.
I have an idea he will try to bring his wife to the UK now.

He recently went to Jamaica in march when he come back he turned up at my house to tell me his surname is spelt wrong he had it changed in Jamaica so the name that was on his application is totally wrong which i believe is fraud. I never knew this until March-April 2018. I have a very upset angry 14 she said something to her dad about getting married he then told her not to call or text ever again he dont want anything to do with her. he also said if he sees her in the street she must not even look at him. She is now a scared young lady who does not need this she has enough going on what with me being really unwell so she cares for me and she has now gone into year 10 at school which is an important year.

I would be eternally greatful if i could know what is going to happen so i can give my daughter some reassurance.

If I'm correct by law you have to respond to my request

Yours sincerely,

Georgina

Digital Correspondence Allocation Team, Home Office

Dear Sir/Madam,

Thank you for your e-mail of20 September.

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Yours faithfully,

UK Visas and Immigration

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