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    Default Immigration Asylum Appeal....help

    Hi All,

    My Fiance has an asylum appeal in a couple of weeks after going over visa, can anyone who has been through this help with what will happen on the day?

    We have a lot of discrepencies to point out in her case and plenty of partnership proof from before her case started...is this enough??

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    Asylum? From Thailand? Perhaps you have the wrong forum. This is Thailand-UK, not a global immigration advice service. Get yourself a lawyer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maokaang View Post
    Asylum? From Thailand? Perhaps you have the wrong forum. This is Thailand-UK, not a global immigration advice service. Get yourself a lawyer.
    Thanks for the reply

    I was not asking for legal advice, we already have a lawyer but surely
    someone else on the forum must have had to go through the process
    to have their partner stay in the UK.

    I was looking for personal experience, not legal

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    Where was the original visa issued? Is your partner from Thailand/Laos?
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    Yes she had a standard 2 year tourist visa which she has overstayed and she is Thai

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    Where was the visa issued? What are the reasons for the overstay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ifraser View Post
    We have a lot of discrepencies to point out in her case and plenty of partnership proof from before her case started...is this enough??
    Could you clarify what you mean please?

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    I doubt if amyone on here has experience of their Thai partner applying for asylum. Never heard of anyone from Thaliand having a reason for asylum. Perhaps the OP should explain why she is applying for asylum or is she just an overstayer flouting the law....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlymouthNick View Post
    I doubt if amyone on here has experience of their Thai partner applying for asylum. Never heard of anyone from Thaliand having a reason for asylum. Perhaps the OP should explain why she is applying for asylum or is she just an overstayer flouting the law....
    Now, now let’s not be so judgemental. I suspect there is just confusion in the term used, immigration appeals are heard in the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal. We do not know the reason for the overstay, there may be valid reason. It is not for us to be judgemental, T-UK is here to assist those who find themselves in difficulty so let’s hear what the OP’s situation is and then see if we can assist. That’s what T-UK does best, so please let’s be a little more welcoming.
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    What do you mean by a standard 2 year tourist visa ? Generally visit visas are issued for 6 months and 2 year visas only granted after an immigration track record established. Even the 2 year visa is only valid for a visit of maximum 90 days.

    If you expect help then posting details not vagaries will hopefully get you useful answers but just now no one can offer anything as the posts you made so far make no sense
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    Quote Originally Posted by ash View Post
    ... Even the 2 year visa is only valid for a visit of maximum 90 days...
    ... for a maximum stay of 6 months per visit.
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