QUESTION: I was once married to an EEA national and obtained a 5-year residence permit based on my marriage which is due to expire in March 2014. However, we have recently separated and I’m worried about my legal status.
Q) I know that my case is being processed under the “Legacy programme” but I’m very frustrated that UKBA have not yet decided my case and I heard the government charter was for UKBA to decide all Legacy cases by July 2011. What can I do to make UKBA decide my case without waiting in limbo?
Q) I have been in the UK for 9 years and have a partner and a child, my son is aged 6 years and was born in the UK. We are all overstayers. Is there anything we can do to obtain lawful status in the UK?
QUESTION: Currently, I am on a student visa and wish to apply for the Post-study work (PSW) visa next month. By the end of this year, I would have spent 7 years in the UK. However, I wish to find out if the PSW visa of two years would count towards the 10 years continuous long residence rule. Thanks.
Q) "I’m on a 2 year marriage probationary visa. What can I do to stay in the UK if I divorce?"