The British Embassy Retained His Passport And His Wife's After A Visa Application (Page 2)

Date: 07-02-2016 2:15 am (5 years ago) | Author: jimmy fouphy
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- diezo at 8-02-2016 02:54 PM (5 years ago)
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POSTER THANK U VERY MUCH FOR TRYING TO CONFUSE PEOPLE WITH UR HEADLINES, AS FOR D MAN U NEED TO ASK UR WIFE SOME QUESTIONS BEFORE U START ANY PROCCEDING OK! ANYWAYS WISH U ALL D BEST AND REMEBER SAY PERSON NO WELL ANOTHER PERSON WEY WELL COME DEY TAKE TABLET FOR PERSON WEY NO WELL NA WHO NO COME WELL يراقب الله !!!
Posted: at 8-02-2016 02:54 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- joyfulaim at 8-02-2016 07:43 PM (5 years ago)
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Am glad that your wife's DOB has not changed because that is the most important thing that the west use to identify you. your names can be changed but if your DOB changes then there is doubt about your true identity.
now you can sue them for damages but I don't advise you to because they can also use some loophole to frustrate your visa. apply again but make sure all documents are genuine and signed, always make sure you never throw away copies of past applications so you don't say a different thing next time because the west never throw you past applications away.

Good luck
Posted: at 8-02-2016 07:43 PM (5 years ago) | Upcoming
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- okatee at 8-02-2016 10:25 PM (5 years ago)
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MAN, UR WIFE'S CONFESSION ABT HER LOST VISA IS D ANSWER TO UR PROBLEM.
Posted: at 8-02-2016 10:25 PM (5 years ago) | Hero
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- Trueyarn at 9-02-2016 09:31 PM (5 years ago)
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You're suppose to have get a lawyer since it happened before now.
Posted: at 9-02-2016 09:31 PM (5 years ago) | Hero
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- favuman at 10-02-2016 05:04 AM (5 years ago)
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visa guys have very strong reasons to believe that there has been some forgery in provision of the new passport because the information in the new passport you are using does not correlate with the information on the one your wife had used in her past application
Posted: at 10-02-2016 05:04 AM (5 years ago) | Upcoming
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- samdove28 at 15-02-2016 04:56 PM (5 years ago)
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Why did you wife passport carry
different date of birth? that is the first question, but truly,
the situation does not look too
good, you will need a very good
solicitor to help you fight this
case (or you can try doing it
yourself, if you have enough truth - something you dont have at the
moment) the visa guys have very strong
reasons to believe that there has
been some forgery in provision of
the new passport because the
information in the new passport
you are using does not correlate with the information on the one
your wife had used in her past
application this would be very trying times for
you, considering the fact that you
are newly wedded and not
needing any additional pressure
on you, but as a man I besiege
you to have a heart-to-heart talk with your wife, I know you trust
her which must be why you
married her anyway, but just try
to soft-speak to her, she needs to
come clean with all she knew
about her old passport, including why she applied for a visa, what
documents she used? (did
someone help her when she did
it? was all the document genuine
and original? etc), if you can
know all the truth as a fact, that is what you will use to fight back at
the embassy, it might be a case
that she will be banned from
staying/going to UK for some
years, but if you handle it well, it
shouldnt affect your own profile (not trying to split you guys, but i
believe you understand my drift
from above? which simply is, if
something bad has been done in
the past, you can try to make the
best of a bad situation, if you get your own stay, you can continue
your family, get her child with her
and she can come back if her
child lives in the UK) , so there
are many solutions, but the first
thing is, you need to know the truth and all what has happened
in the past. After that you need to hit the
embassy back and collect your
passports, they dont have legal
right over them (if they are
genuine passports.
Posted: at 15-02-2016 04:56 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- samdove28 at 15-02-2016 04:57 PM (5 years ago)
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Best advice would be to use a
very good lawyer, I beleive if you
make the mistake to leave the
country, it would be almost
impossible getting back in, better
tonuse your last bllod to fight when you are there, those British
guys are cunning, once they are
successful on making you leave
or in removing you, lol, you need
more than a good lawyer to get
you back and not in the current situation where Nigeria is ruled by
a dictator
Posted: at 15-02-2016 04:57 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- jmendy3 at 3-03-2016 12:32 AM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: maria on  7-02-2016 08:46 AM
I can't advice you on these, cos I no nothing about it

Hi,My wife did not use a different date of birth, the error was from British High commission and they have admitted and withdrew the refusal on the date of birth issue
Posted: at 3-03-2016 12:32 AM (5 years ago) | Newbie
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- jmendy3 at 3-03-2016 12:41 AM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: Daniel Bosai on  7-02-2016 08:53 AM
Why did you wife passport carry different date of birth?

that is the first question, but truly, the situation does not look too good, you will need a very good solicitor to help you fight this case (or you can try doing it yourself, if you have enough truth - something you dont have at the moment)

the visa guys have very strong reasons to believe that there has been some forgery in provision of the new passport because the information in the new passport you are using does not correlate with the information on the one your wife had used in her past application

this would be very trying times for you, considering the fact that you are newly wedded and not needing any additional pressure on you, but as a man I besiege you to have a heart-to-heart talk with your wife, I know you trust her which must be why you married her anyway, but just try to soft-speak to her, she needs to come clean with all she knew about her old passport, including why she applied for a visa, what documents she used? (did someone help her when she did it? was all the document genuine and original? etc), if you can know all the truth as a fact, that is what you will use to fight back at the embassy, it might be a case that she will be banned from staying/going to UK for some years, but if you handle it well, it shouldnt affect your own profile (not trying to split you guys, but i believe you understand my drift from above? which simply is, if something bad has been done in the past, you can try to make the best of a bad situation, if you get your own stay, you can continue your family, get her child with her and she can come back if her child lives in the UK) , so there are many solutions, but the first thing is, you need to know the truth and all what has happened in the past.

After that you need to hit the embassy back and collect your passports, they dont have legal right over them (if they are genuine passports.)
Hi, my wife  did not use a different DOB, the error was from the British High commission, they have admitted their mistake but still asked her to go and recover her two passports from the Nigeria authority which we think they suppose to do because they sent they passports to the Nigeria Immigration but the problem we having now is that, we were not supply with the necessary information that will assist us in recovering the passport such as year, month and date the documents were forwarded to the nigeria immigration
Posted: at 3-03-2016 12:41 AM (5 years ago) | Newbie
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- jmendy3 at 3-03-2016 12:46 AM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: angela on  7-02-2016 09:24 AM
As EVERYTHING has NOW been handed over to the ABUJA office, the best way is come HOME to Nigeria  and sort everything out.

Attending higher education in the UK on a student visa DOES NOT make you a UK citizen who becomes entitled to bringing your NEW wife into the country from Nigeria.

As for the date of birth its possible your wife has submitted different dates of birth to them in the past. Saying her past applications have nothing to do with you is a silly  statement  to make. She LIED. Its clear she has given multiple dates of birth and she has lost count of  documentation   she has submitted in the past. And also LISING her old passport (which most probably bears another different date of birth) is too convinient. Thats the problem of starting a lie they are hard to retract when they are written down. They keep COPIES of ALL submitted documentations ( and store them on computer).

I believe they HAVE a photocopy  of the passport she claims to have lost and the date of birth she is claiming now is different. They are waiting to catch her out AGAIN.

If all is lost I am sure your foriegn certificate in Nigeriia will get you a good well paying job.

Good luck.




Hi Agensco, I am a British citizen and I am not a Nigeria but my wife is. I did not say I went to UK on a student visa and We won't be applying for settlement visa if I am on a student visa.
Posted: at 3-03-2016 12:46 AM (5 years ago) | Newbie
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- jmendy3 at 3-03-2016 12:56 AM (5 years ago)
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Hello House, First and foremost I am a British citizen and not of Nigeria origin but my wife is
Secondly, concerning the issue i brought to the forum, my wife has never use a different date of birth in any of her previous application but the errors and mistake was from the British embassy which they have admitted to but we are still directed to go and recover the two passports from the Nigeria immigration.
Thirdly, My wife eventually find the photocopy of the passport is used in the disputed 2006 application, we sent this evidence and her birth certificate to the British high commission this prompt them to withdrew the refusal.
Posted: at 3-03-2016 12:56 AM (5 years ago) | Newbie
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- jmendy3 at 3-03-2016 01:06 AM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: okata matthew on  8-02-2016 10:25 PM
MAN, UR WIFE'S CONFESSION ABT HER LOST VISA IS D ANSWER TO UR PROBLEM.
Hi, She eventually find the photocopy of the lost passport and we send the the photocopy and her birth certificate to the British high commission and in turn they withdrew the refusal.
Posted: at 3-03-2016 01:06 AM (5 years ago) | Newbie
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- zezprincess at 3-03-2016 01:29 AM (5 years ago)
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Make una sort am out with una lawyer,he will advise you guys better.
Posted: at 3-03-2016 01:29 AM (5 years ago) | Hero
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- emma4love3 at 3-03-2016 02:44 AM (5 years ago)
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heheheh....omo bros you lucky ooh
see advice from every angle
am sure all this reply is wil
be very helpful
Posted: at 3-03-2016 02:44 AM (5 years ago) | Hero
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- emma4love3 at 25-03-2016 01:20 AM (4 years ago)
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well is ok then
Posted: at 25-03-2016 01:20 AM (4 years ago) | Hero
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