A Kenyan-born British soldier is all set to bring his daughter to Scotland as Home Office has accepted her application which now meets the immigration rules.
British soldier applied for her daughter’s visa repeatedly but the Home Office rejected it.
His daughter has now a UK visa and she can leave Kenya in order to move Scotland. L/Cpl Denis Omondi based in Fort George, near Ardersier. He has fought for the custody of his 14-year-old Ann and applied for the entry clearance application last year but Home Office repeatedly rejected the applications.
SNP MP Drew Hendry raised his case at Westminster and requested Prime Minister Theresa May for help. Mr. Hendry expressed his point of view during Prime Minister’s Questions. He said that in spite of visiting her occasionally, “she is being denied a visa because the Home Office claims he hasn’t spent enough time with her”.
British prime minister forwarded the request to the Home Secretary Sajid Javid for the solution. Meanwhile, she also thanked for Omondi efforts for the British Army.
Mr. Hendry expressed delight that the Home Office had now approved Ann’s visa application. Now, Omondi is not in a relationship with Ann’s mother. He originally belongs to Kenya and has visited Afghanistan, Iraq, and Cyprus.
In 2012, he became aware of her daughter’s presence in Kenya. Since then he kept visiting her each year. The 14-year-old Ann also appeared in her father’s wedding to Shelagh in Kenya.
Denis Omondi married Shelagh in Kenya
Omondi applied for her daughter’s entry clearance application in the month of November but the Home Office rejected it in the same month.
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