Client originally came to the UK in 2011 and applied for an extension of stay as the spouse of a British National to whom the client is still currently married. However, this application was refused but the Home Office granted our client leave within the immigration rules based on family life under article 8 until 27th September 2015.
The application was refused on the basis of not providing enough evidence on her finances and the English language test was not accepted. The client has no criminal convictions and that you continue to have a family life in the UK with both husband and her British daughter (who is now 4 years old).
We advised the client that under the current immigration rules she would qualify for further period of leave (30 months) pursuant to Appendix FM Family Members, as she has a genuine and subsisting parental relationship with a child who is under the age of 18.
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