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This my situation- I have found a partner, who was born and lives in Australia. I have been living with her (in Australia), for 15 months of the last 3 years. We have a child, who was born in March last year (my child will have a British passport before she comes to this country). I am now a full time carer for my mother (in the UK). We applied for a visa so that my family can settle in the UK. I am exempt from the financial requirement, because of my position as full time carer. However the visa has been rejected, because I need to be earning at least £114 a week (even though I wasn’t informed before the application was made). I only get carers allowance and income support that comes to £91 per week. I am hoping to find a way to make up the difference in the income, but we only have 28 days to appeal the decision (including proof of income). Do you feel that you can assist us in resolving this matter in the time period? I was also rejected because they felt that there wasn't enough evidence about us being engaged. I believe that if I found a job (I think I’m allowed to earn above carers allowance to a maximum of £20 per week), it would be still short of the £114 needed. I've been told that I might be able to win my appeal via the human rights issue. Can you please tell me if its likely work and how much it will cost? Please note that I can send rejection letter. via Email. Regards ***** *****
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