Dad and daughter kept apart by UK immigration system

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In February 2018 we received the answer regarding the decision about if my fiance, and father of our unborn baby, could come to England on a VISITORS visa so that he could be present for the birth of our first child together and to help me for a couple of weeks following on from that. Unfortunately, UK Visas and immigration have refused our application. This means that not only will the father of my baby be unable to meet his daughter until she is at least 6 months old (due to needed injections, health checks, passport and birth certificate) but he is also ineligible to be on her birth certificate due to us not being married and him not being present to register the birth. This is very important to us as if anything ever happens to me then my daughter will be placed into care while a long process must then take place to prove that he is the father. 

I urge the government to review our situation and to put themselves into our position. This is not only unfair on our baby girl but also on my fiance and myself.



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