Petition update

A Personal 'Response' From Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes

Rusty Goodall
London, United Kingdom

Aug 12, 2018 — 

Over the last few months, Stephen has been reaching out to Caroline Nokes via Twitter asking for assistance with our visa application. Last night, she BLOCKED Stephen on Twitter.

See more in our video update.

It appears that the UK Immigration Minister would rather ignore pleas for help than respond and provide the assistance a Public Servant in her position should offer.

This flippant act is yet another stark example of how the Home Office tries to suppress cases such as ours and blatantly ignores genuine appeals for help.

For 14 months we have been using official channels to contact the Home Office in an attempt to obtain information about our case including multiple emails to Sajid Javid, all of which have been ignored. Our only option left is to reach out on social media.

Please click this link to instantly & respectfully tweet to Caroline Nokes and demand action on our case. If you would rather send an email, we have created an email template below.

Thank you all so much. Your support & kind messages are the strength we need to fight for what is right.

Rusty, Stephen & Oscar xx

NOTE: We kindly ask that tweets / comments below are kept respectful and polite. Thank you.

Suggested email template:

Email: (click here to open a pre-made email)
Subject: Please Overturn Your Decision and Approve Russell Goodall's Visa Application

Dear Caroline,

My name is ______________, and I am a supporter of Russell & his British partner Stephen on their Change.org petition titled "Make the UK Home Office visa application process fair & transparent"

I am requesting that you urgently overturn the unjust decision from the Home Office and approve Russell's visa before he is unfairly deported and separated from his partner of over 4 years and their life in the UK.

Please act on this as a matter of urgency.

Regards,

______________.


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