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UK Home Office suggests British Citizen: Learn Russian, leave your country, in the refusal letter of his wife visa after her 3.5 years of residency

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As one of my dear friends puts it: People already know this sort of stuff happens. “Everything is OK until it happens to you.”.

So this morning while growing my facebook feeds from my friend this post written by Andrew Heighway caught my attention: (see original post) in the image below:

I know a lot of people internationally. Maybe some think that the UK would be a nice place to live – but I doubt it.

I have been married for nearly 4 years to my wife – Irina. She is Russian and has been living in the UK with a residency visa for 3.5 years. Today, her visa renewal was rejected. She can appeal, but can now be deported in as little as 4 weeks. 

The Home Office has offered me advice though. As I have visited Russia before, they feel I should move there, learn Russian and get a job there. 

So, as a British citizen since birth, I apparently have no right to a family life in this country.

Meanwhile, the country is at civil war over Brexit. Quite how people think this country can survive on its own when it can’t run trains with leaves on the lines, can’t fly aircraft when there is snow, can’t keep its roads in good repair, can’t keep food on supermarket shelves when there are a few days of snow … the list goes on.

I am really sick of the country I once loved and soon it will be time to leave.

I really don’t know what to say but if these things start happening this country is really on the next level of absurdity. One I would not imagine the United Kingdom would actually reach. What’s next? Is the Uk going to start blood tests to establish the level of suitability to stay in the country or will the home office start suggesting anybody who hasn’t married a UK citizen to leave the country?

I have actually asked my friend whether the UK Home Office

I have actually asked my friend whether the UK Home Office had actually suggested he moved to Russia, learn Russian and get a job in writing and here is what he answered:

I asked my friend Andrew to forward us a copy of the Visa refusal letter which we will be publishing with his permission later on

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