Home Office strives to cleanse our country of another foreigner

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"An American man has been told by a judge that he must leave the UK despite having a disabled British wife of seven years who is reliant on him to provide her care.

Dale McIntier, 62, came to the UK on a visitor’s visa with his wife Sandra in April 2015 in order for her to receive medical treatment, with a plan to stay for six months and then return to their home in Idaho.

But this plan changed after five months when Ms McIntier, 65, who already suffered from a genetic bone condition, was diagnosed with a fast-growing cancer which led to her requiring round-the-clock care."

"The couple, currently living in Largs, Scotland, then decided that it would be best to stay in the UK for the foreseeable future, so Mr McIntier applied for a spousal visa before his visitor status ran out in October.

However, five months later he received a letter from the Home Office giving him five days to leave of the country. It stated that the couple had failed to provide relevant paperwork from a doctor stating Ms McIntier's inability to travel, a requirement they say they had not been aware of."


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/u...e-uk-despite-disabled-wife-care-a7921766.html

I suppose he's lucky he didn't visit Harlow.

His solicitor said:

“He cannot leave his wife on her own and she would have to go back with him. If he had to return this would cause great hardship for both him and his wife. He cannot leave his wife even temporarily. She requires day and night care and no one else can provide this.”

The solicitor added that there were “very compelling circumstances” under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights – which protects the right to a private and family life – justifying allowing the appeal to take place outside the immigration rules."


Luckily Theresa will put a stop to this nonsense as soon as she has freed Britain from the ECHR (which was composed by British lawyers on the instructions of the British government).
 
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"An American man has been told by a judge that he must leave the UK despite having a disabled British wife of seven years who is reliant on him to provide her care.

Dale McIntier, 62, came to the UK on a visitor’s visa with his wife Sandra in April 2015 in order for her to receive medical treatment, with a plan to stay for six months and then return to their home in Idaho.

But this plan changed after five months when Ms McIntier, 65, who already suffered from a genetic bone condition, was diagnosed with a fast-growing cancer which led to her requiring round-the-clock care."

"The couple, currently living in Largs, Scotland, then decided that it would be best to stay in the UK for the foreseeable future, so Mr McIntier applied for a spousal visa before his visitor status ran out in October.

However, five months later he received a letter from the Home Office giving him five days to leave of the country. It stated that the couple had failed to provide relevant paperwork from a doctor stating Ms McIntier's inability to travel, a requirement they say they had not been aware of."


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/u...e-uk-despite-disabled-wife-care-a7921766.html

I suppose he's lucky he didn't visit Harlow.

His solicitor said:

“He cannot leave his wife on her own and she would have to go back with him. If he had to return this would cause great hardship for both him and his wife. He cannot leave his wife even temporarily. She requires day and night care and no one else can provide this.”

The solicitor added that there were “very compelling circumstances” under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights – which protects the right to a private and family life – justifying allowing the appeal to take place outside the immigration rules."


Luckily Theresa will put a stop to this nonsense as soon as she has freed Britain from the ECHR (which was composed by British lawyers on the instructions of the British government).
Don't they have hospitals in America.
 
Note the word "Cleanse" that he has used in the post title ?:LOL:

Is the American fella white ?

u could have used the word "Ethnic" & "cleansing" in your post title

I.e the British Government ethnically cleansed ectc ect
 
he's a foreigner, so I used the word "foreigner."
 
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he's a foreigner, so I used the word "foreigner."[/QUOTE

foreigner "cleansing" then :LOL: so he was "white" hence why u could not use the word ethnic then :LOL: are u disappointed ;)

dunno why it came out like that in quote form
 
So what we have here is a British woman who decided to leave the UK fifteen years ago and marry & settle in the USA but decided to return to the UK for free medical treatment
 
So what we have here is a British woman who decided to leave the UK fifteen years ago and marry & settle in the USA but decided to return to the UK for free medical treatment

She has been a taxpayer in the past and left to return to the UK for medical care - "born in UK and lived and worked until 2002"
 
I agree that this Yank's actions were totally wrong and that is why the Home Office are on his case.

What he should have done is gone to Calais, illegally broke into a lorry, then illegally stowed away, then illegally entered the country, and then deceitfully disappeared and lived his illegal life of criminality under the radar .

Alternatively, as soon as he was in the UK he should have presented himself and claimed that he could not go home because of [insert tenuous reason here], and then demand his free house and benefits and medical care "as of right".

Either of the above will have got his wife the best free medical care in the world, and he could stay as long as he liked for free.

Some people eh? Coming over here with their lawful and honest ways. Chuck em out, and make room for more illegal spongers.
 
I agree that this Yank's actions were totally wrong and that is why the Home Office are on his case.

What he should have done is gone to Calais, illegally broke into a lorry, then illegally stowed away, then illegally entered the country, and then deceitfully disappeared and lived his illegal life of criminality under the radar .

Alternatively, as soon as he was in the UK he should have presented himself and claimed that he could not go home because of [insert tenuous reason here], and then demand his free house and benefits and medical care "as of right".

Either of the above will have got his wife the best free medical care in the world, and he could stay as long as he liked for free.

Some people eh? Coming over here with their lawful and honest ways. Chuck em out, and make room for more illegal spongers.

We should do more to stop illegal migrants and have entry and exit checks. But a rant will do if it helps.
 
Yep. But one poster was insinuating she came for free healthcare when she had actually been a uk tax payer ie a sponger.
No they didn't.
One poster was saying that they wanted their cake, and to eat it. I.e live in America while it suited, then return when it suited.

Nothing about sponging.
 
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