Please don't break up my family!

Please don't break up my family!

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Rebecca Darmon started this petition to home office and

Brian and Benjamin Page have been married for 4 years and currently live in the United Kingdom. They have been in a long term relationship since 2012, living together since December 2012 and were married legally in the United States in June 2014. Brian came to the United Kingdom on the 13th November 2014 on a short-term visa together with his husband Benjamin Page. The initial purpose for Brian's visit to the UK was due to the fact that his husband’s mother became very sick with a terminal illness. Both his husband and himself came to the UK to be with her and his father in law throughout this difficult time.


Brians mother in law has since passed away in 2016, and it has been extremely hard on his husband and his father in law, who are now suffering from depression. Clearly, Brian and Benjamin husband are not in a position to return to the United States due to the passing of his mother in law and now the diagnosis of lung Cancer for his father in law. They would, understandably, like to remain together so that Brian's husband and father in law have the comfort and support they need, both mentally and physically at this difficult time.

Brian and Benjamin were both advised by a solicitor that under exceptional circumstances Brian should be able to stay in the UK. The Home Office and Judge both told Brian and Benjamin there is nothing stopping them from living in Canada now. However due to the serious ill health of their father in law this really isn't acceptable. Canada, too, has plenty of immigration laws and it is wrong to suggest they go live in a country where they have no work, friends, family or home unlike here in the UK. 

We are asking the Home Office to please review their case under exceptional circumstances. As the only family members left to support Brian's father in law, it is crucial for them not to leave the UK at this time.

Brian and Benjamin are looking at fees of at least £1500 for a solicitor and their money has been completely drained over the Battle with the Home Office the past 5 years so any donations would be extremely appreciated at this time, you can donate below on their gofundme page at:

https://www.gofundme.com/help-us-fight-the-home-office

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