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Hi, I am an English national who married my Indonesian wife in Jakarta,April 2000, the marriage being recognized also here in the UK.We returned to the Uk at that time, and remained here, my wife, incidentally also working and in doing so, having a National Insurance number given, until 2004 end, when we decided to sell up all, and relocate to Indonesia , where we remained until last Novemeber 2013, when i returned to the family home of my mothers, here in Northamptiopnshire.....I am without equity at this time, funds are available mid 2015, from insurance payouts...and through my step father , offering as a sponsor, the chance for my wife to visit here on a 6 month family visiting visa. We have been refused this application,and are limited to appeal.... I am writing to you, asking whether there are precedures which by contacting the Human Rights, is there a case to answer for keeping a legal husband and wife apart at this time, even allowing for the fact of my lacking of finance/equity, but being supported by family members for this family visa being denied by the British Embassy acting for Indonesia, based in Manila? Thanks Paul
Hi, inserted is the letter given to my wife from the British Embassy in Manila..Paul
Ty very much for your input...... I guess she will just have to re-apply on this matter...... Paul
Ty much for your input, greatly received..... Paul :)