i have a daughter of 20 years old who arrived here in the UK to join me when she was 17 years old and DNA was required to establish the relationship, however it came negative and Home Office refused her on those grounds that i was not her biological father. An appeal was launched and important evidence was overlooked. considering all sorts abuse she suffered back home. We have no more relatives back home since our everyone of our family is settled here. The Appeal was refused again. i have until the the 15th of September to launch an appeal to the First Tier. she has been to counselling as this is taking its toll on her and the rest of the family. we are a very close knit family and support each.

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