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Thank you for the question. Legally she is your child so you will want to list her on the form as such. I would however, inform them that she is adopted and also provide evidence to show the same. The reason for this would be that if they realise she is adopted further down the line, it may postpone matters which they clarify the adoption. If you deal with this and are foredooming from the beginning it may prevent any complications further down the line.
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That is something you would require to speak with our Home Office about, it will depend if it meets the UK legal threshold.
If you adoption is accepted to be legal in by the UK legal standard, then it should be accepted. You will have to show the home office your evidence of adoption and they will be able to make a determination on whether it is acceptable or not, I am afraid this is not for me to say.
It can be yes, so long as it meets the requirements. There is case law to support this.
The Nigerian adoption would have to meet the UK legal threshold. I cannot assess this for you the Home Office would require to determine that.