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Sun, 27 Mar 2016 21:06 EDT
I been refuse to give visa, so when should I enable to apply again?
idrissa ngom
Sun, 28 Feb 2016 14:30 EST
I am a student in a French school in Gambia but I m intressting in English subject I want to continue school in UK that is why I send the message my contact is 002203496630
Sat, 10 Oct 2015 15:02 EDT
my husband
Can't afford to keep being refused visa for Gambian husband they think our money grows on bloody trees
Thu, 17 Sep 2015 12:24 EDT
i need my husband
Married my Gambian husband last year he passed all tests to cum to england ime on income support and carers allow. Time afraid to spend 1'000 on visa in case its refused ways my chances x
Wed, 15 Jul 2015 13:52 EDT
i need my gambian husband
Married to Gambian man I need him here with me ways the problem its making me I'll with stress
Ida njie
Sat, 11 Jul 2015 17:33 EDT
Uk visit visa
If you have been refused a visit visa can you reapply straight after
Mon, 4 May 2015 12:35 EDT
how to get sponsor visa
hi im wanting my gambian friend to visit the uk for a month. she has a job in gambia working in bar but its very quiet at minute because its end of the season so her boss is giving her time off to come and see me. I live with my parents who are happy for her to come over and stay with us for a month they are happy to sponsor her and meet all the requiements. I would like to know what is the best way to get a visa for my friend
Fri, 27 Mar 2015 13:13 EDT
Just read a message on here from a lady called Karen b I'm sort of in a situation like yours I'd like to chat with you if ok
lamin sanyang
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 17:23 EST
i receive an invitation from UK ,,but i dont experience what are next ahead
i have a friend in UK an she send me invitation to post office ,,but i really do not know what to do ,we are really a great friend an she want me to go an visit her an see her family an her birthday bash for me to attend there an i will spend two weeks there ,,so i need help requirement ,,thank you all
Karen boudiaf
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 10:11 EST
Love should have no barriers
I met my fiancé in Gambia in 2013 we want to get married I have just started looking into visas and immigration I am a full time carer to my 11 year old autistic son I'm not well myself I am on benefits I am realising how difficult this situation will be to solve I can't work have no saving I would go and live in Gambia I love the place but as for my son his needs cannot be met there i will get there in the end one way or another I'm just surprised it would be so difficult lots of hurdles in the way.not only do we have to cope with some peoples negative thoughts i.e. he just wants you for a visa but we have to cope with the home office as well a test of our strengths .is there such things of human rights or have they forgotten that we are human

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