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Thanks reply .My daughter is just born in UK but she

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Hi thanks for your reply .My daughter is just born in UK but she doesn't has any passport neither British nor Indian. She is not a British citizen. Nither me or husband are British citizen. No police has not charged my husband with any offence but they are concerned about the way he is controlling my life by limiting my access .Like controlling my finance,my work support, not letting me speak to my parents ,beating me when he feels.Yes I do have more than 3000 pounds in my account as savings.My daughter is nearly 20months old.Please guide me with all the steps I should take to get my daughter's passport done.One more question do you think these social workers can in anyway help me in getting my daughter's passport done.Do they have that much access to help us.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  ukfamilysolicitor replied 1 year ago.

Hello

Thank you for your response.

I am going to opt out so that one of my colleagues who specialises in Immigration can assist you because this is not my area.

I think you need immigration advice first.

The issue you have is that a court is likely to consider that your daughter is resident here. So even if she is granted an Indian passport - if you remove her out of the Jurisdiction then you could be charged with committing child abduction. My view is that you are going to have to make an application to a family court for permission to permanently remove your daughter from the jurisdiction. If your husband wont agree - then the Judge will decide if you can take your daughter on a test based on your daughters best interests.

Kind Regards

Caroline

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