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Good afternoon, if you are planning to move to the U.K. then you can make application for a tier 2 visa to work in the U.K. as dentist if you can get a company to sponsor you.
You would need a to get a court order from the family courts in your home country that you have sole responsibility over your children to travel with your children outside the U.K.
If wishing to claim asylum then you would need to fly to the U.K. then went you get to the airport make a claim that you are danger in your home country due to husband then your claim will be taken from there.
Yes so you can make a visit visa this will give you visa for 6 months in the U.K. and soon as you arrive then make a claim at the airport.
I will send you a link with visit visa application. You would need to show you have ties in home country and have enough funds for visit if you are going to apply for visit visa.
Documents that your are a practising dentist.
Letter from children school for the visit.
Under these circumstances it’s vital you make an asylum claim on entry at the airport with all the evidence you have.
The evidence such as pictures can be provided in support of your case also.
At the airport when you get to the U.K. then you can seek asylum.
It was a pleasure assisting you today.
When you claim asylum they can give you accommodation if you have somewhere to stay you are free to stay at family house.
Whilst asylum application is pending the asylum team can give financial support.
Your children will be able to school. When on asylum there are restrictions with working.
As long as you can show you are in real danger with photo evidence etc as mentioned earlier you can be provided asylum.
Whilst asylum claim is pending you will not be able to travel. Some cases can be decided quick not all take long.
On this basis you should be granted asylum.
The asylum team would work out on a weekly basis how much you will be entitled including your children.
You cannot work on asylum there are restrictions but you can travel but not back to Pakistan.
It was a pleasure assisting you today. Good luck