My daughter is almost 22 months old. I don't intend to go to Trinidad. I was only migrating there to be a family with my husband. I'm not a Trinidadian. I'm Vincentian by birth but I have my British Citizenship.
The last time he came to the UK was for my daughter's birth February 2013. He doesn't live in the UK. He has no contact at the moment because I'm scared and bothered about this situation and needed legal advice. We had plans and he left us for other women. I did him nothing wrong. He simple abandoned his family.
I'm trying my best not to worry. He hasn't threatened to take her away but I'm worried that it's probably his intention. Maybe that's not the case. He said that he is going to take legal action. I'm not comfortable leaving my daughter with him without supervision because he clearly cannot be trusted. Last time my daughter and I visited him, he took her to meet his girlfriend without me knowing. I'm really at a lost
He came to the UK for her birth and spent a month with her. Then my daughter and I went to Trinidad for most of my maternity leave. We went there June 2013 then returned to the UK September 2013. Then we went back to Trinidad December 2013 and returned March 2014. So in all, he spent about 7 to 8 months with her. I'm not sure what you meant in your last question but he's allowed in the UK. I don't mind him corresponding with her via the internet (skype) or phone
I don't intend to take my daughter there to live. It's best if she grows up in the UK. The crime rate is too high in Trinidad. Lots of kidnappings and murders. Maybe when she is older, I will take her for a holiday.
Thank you so much Clare. This information helped a whole lot.