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The person is Peruvian, and is married for 5 years to a British born citizen (myself) and currently has a family visitors visa. We have property in the UK. I'm interested as she is six months pregnant and we will be traveling to the UK, and we don't want to be forced to get a flight back the same day! The article states that with a family visitors visa she would be allowed to enter the country and appeal if asked to return, is this true?
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I want to try to clarify this further... According to the article if she is stopped it sounds like she would be allowed into the country and then she could make an appeal? Also it mentions nothing about her being detained, obviously this is a concern if she is pregnant. Can you please check as she has a family visas visa which I believe is treated differently?
If you’re refused entry and have entry clearance (i.e. a visa, entry certificate, letter of consent or work permit), you cannot, in most cases, immediately be sent back to your home country. Rather you are permitted to make an appeal (in the first instance to an independent adjudicator) and allowed to remain in the UK until it’s been heard."
Hello, can you please reply to my question in more detail. Thank you