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Old 07-19-2011, 06:56 AM
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Old 07-19-2011, 10:13 AM
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The fact of the matter is that if the application was not convincing in the first place and there is no new evidence to present then going to the migration tribunal will not change anything.

Why even bother paying for the tribunal when you know that you can't prove a genuine relationship?It's a long process getting a case reviewed by the tribunal. I read your previous posts and it seems noone was convinced with the intentions of the applicant (the woman).

Basically, if you go to the tribunal, you have to prove them wrong with strong evidence - can your friend do that?

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Old 07-19-2011, 03:12 PM
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The fact of the matter is that if the application was not convincing in the first place and there is no new evidence to present then going to the migration tribunal will not change anything.

Why even bother paying for the tribunal when you know that you can't prove a genuine relationship?It's a long process getting a case reviewed by the tribunal. I read your previous posts and it seems noone was convinced with the intentions of the applicant (the woman).

Basically, if you go to the tribunal, you have to prove them wrong with strong evidence - can your friend do that?

Thanks Sarah and No there is nothing to prove wrong ggrrrrrrr it makes me so angry that this woman has totally brain washed him. He is determined so I'm out !!!!! I told him I am not going to watch him waste time and money on someone he does not even know that well.


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Thanks Sarah and No there is nothing to prove wrong ggrrrrrrr it makes me so angry that this woman has totally brain washed him. He is determined so I'm out !!!!! I told him I am not going to watch him waste time and money on someone he does not even know that well.
You can only feel sorry for him I'm afraid At least we can rest assured that immigration has spotted a problem with the woman's intentions, and in the end your friend will be better off without her. All the best


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You can only feel sorry for him I'm afraid At least we can rest assured that immigration has spotted a problem with the woman's intentions, and in the end your friend will be better off without her. All the best
It make me so happy with our immigration they do a wonderful job. It will protect him in the end. Thanks again.

Must delete now incase he finds this forum eeek.

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