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Hi thank you for your enquiry and your patience. I am reviewing your question now
Regrettably I cannot think of any legal basis for complaining or for where you can complain. Your husband being EEA national is entitled to sponsor his family members to join him in the UK and if after talking between the two of you and he still does not agree with your sentiments then unfortunately there is nothing you can do really to stop him from inviting her. The mother will be relying on his status and not on your marriage and if the mother is EEA national herself she may not even need your husband's support if she just gets on a plane and come to the UK. If she is a non-eea national then she will need your husband to sponsor her and you need to speak to your husband to get him to understand why you do not think he should support the application. There is really no official body you can report to that a parent coming would end your marriage. I hope this answers your question and I would be grateful for your rating at your earliest convenience. All the best
Hi, a child who is adopted has same rights as biological child in the adoptive family unit. However not knowing what arrangements were agreed to when the adoption took place his biological mother will have under normal circumstances lost her parental responsibility for the child with the adoptive parents being the parents and as such he may have difficulty bringing her anyway if she lost those rights when he was adopted.
He cannot be stopped from supporting his biological parent if he chooses to find them and to support them, however whether they are still a parent for purposes of immigration purposes depends on what was agreed when the adoption was finalised that many years ago. If he gets legal representation frankly he may be able to bring her as an extended family member especially where he has the dna to prove their link and the evidence that they are dependent on him. He may have been advised already to start supporting her and to put that evidence together. From a legal position and with the freedoms that exist for individuals I feel you will struggle to try and stop another adult from exercising his rights to invite who they wish to join them. It would be a difficult one for you unfortunately.
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Hi, may you kindly log the question above separately as JA terms would require a different thread for a different issue to ensure guidance is focused and not confusing. You can start your enquiry FAO Solicitor RM and it will be directed to me and I will pick it up as I will be online for a further hour or so tonight