We submitted at the required documents along with personal papers of mine ie, bank statements, proof of savings and incomes along with proof of ownership of my own home.
The reason for refusal was that she could not provide for herself during her stay.She had applied for 3 weeks to come and meet my family and the idea was to return to Sierra Leone and apply then to come and stay with me permanently in the UK. We had purchased a return flight knowing that she would have to return and sit some sort of test to be allowed the right to stay. The bottom line is I can afford to look after my wife here and what she has or does not have in my opinion should not come into it.
I am waiting for the documents from Sierra Leone via email and will forward to you as soon as I receive them.
Christiana and I have known each other for over a year now and I provided for her while she was in The Gambia on her own before I joined her there and we lived together with plans to marry there but unfortunately I became very ill and had to return to the UK. I sent her back to her mothers in Sierra Leone to make the arrangements for us to marry and we did so on 10th of January this year. I still provided for her there and will do always because not just because she's my wife but because it's now my responsibility. I have never been in any sort of trouble anywhere in the world and she also has a clean record. We got together for love and want to live together in a loving marriage. At the moment the only relationship we have is chatting on Skype daily for an hour or so.
Regards Dave Dillon
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