Home office to allow my daughter attend her sister s bridal shower

Home office to allow my daughter attend her sister s bridal shower

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Jester Chanda started this petition to home office and

I am a UK resident and I have 5 children 4 live with me here in the UK and my eldest daughter lives in Zambia.i have lived in the UK since 2004 and I’m a law abiding citizen and work for the NHS . A few years ago I applied for my daughter to visit me but she was denied a visa reason being the Home Office thought that when she came she would not go back to Zambia. This year my third daughter is having a kitchen party which is a traditional wedding and a very important aspect of our tradition and requires all the members of the family to be together.this event is taking place in Manchester on 2 May . So my eldest daughter applied for a visa so that she can attend this important function for her sister and the Home office has denied her the visa again saying they think she would not return back to Zambia after the function as they think she doesn’t work even though she supplied the letter from her employers . This is not a fair decision and the Home office have said she cannot appeal against the decision.im a law abiding citizen and I would not put my job at risk if I committed a crime of not letting my daughter go back to Zambia .i feel my daughter had right to attend this function and if the Home office want she can be reporting to their office everyday until she goes back .we are very stressed as a family because of this decision .i have been in the UK for nearly 17 years and my daughter has never visited but this time it’s very important that she attends her sister s traditional wedding .Please help me petition the Home office to change the decision and allow my daughter to come .im also asking if there lawyers on this platform to help me with case and the Human Rights advocates to help me as I feel this is an infringement of human rights .Thanks all of you for your help in advance

 

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