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Old 08-15-2012, 03:38 AM
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Thanks for your message. Excellent points. Thank for that. Yes the first time she called me Mother (this was after I verbally told her they do not talk to my husband) she was asking if I live there & would not say who she is after my Mum asked a few times. So my Mum got scared & said yes. I then wrote a written statemen that my family (especially parents) don't talk to my husband because of religion issue. She then called my mum again but this time said who she is & that is when my Mum was in a bad mood (every day she is in a different mood. One say she loves life & the next she wants to kill someone). After I found out what she did I went crazy. My Mum then felt bad & told the truth to immigration. My Solicitor said he is sure this does not look bad because we have overwhelming evidence but I am still so stressed and devestated. We have 10 witness statements - she has not called any of them. I did not explain in the statement that my Mum is in a different moo every day. I just said they don't talk to my husband and i visit my parents more because of health issues (my Dad has prostate cancer). Also, she never asked us to comment on my Mims first phone call. I just found out by chance. My Solicitir did not want to comment on it as we had no proof it was her but last week she said to my Mum remember when I called 2 mths ago and you said she lives there. She has been so rude & terrible from the second she first called me. Is it because she thinks something or I just got a bad claims officer?

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Old 08-16-2012, 11:29 AM
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I spoke to my solicitor. They don't think complaining about claims officer will be good right now. They said if we get a new claims officer we have to wait all over again. My biggest issue is that my mum wrote a letter saying she is aware I am married. We then had a fight and she told immigration I am not married and she does not know where I live. She did this as she wants me and my husband to break up. She then told the truth to immigration. My solicitor believes I have submitted overwhelming evidence from past 5 years but I am scared they will deny because of my mother. I verbally told them and put in a statement my family don't talk to my husband because of religion but she found my mums home number on Internet nd has called a few times. I don't know if they are allowed to refuse visa based on this? I feel my solicitor does not fight for me. Should I change. They don't think what my mum did is bad.

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Old 08-16-2012, 11:32 AM
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Also, everything looked bad for us when immigration will not put interpreter on phone for my husband so he got some words mixed up and answers wrong. She would not believe he does not know English well. I feel we never got a chance and she was just out to get us from day 1.

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Old 08-17-2012, 02:16 PM
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I was thinking from the outset... are you sure it was your case officer calling, and not some relative who opposes your marriage and who wants to put a spanner in the works?

That behaviour is very unlike an immigration officer, IMO. Generally, all you have to demonstrate is that you remain in a permanent and committed relationship.

Perhaps write to immigration, asking about these calls. They will verify. Do not complain at this time.

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