Sunday, September 26, 2021


Grandmother heartbroken she cant be reunited with husband before she dies

A critically ill woman says her last wish to be reunited with her husband before her death will not be fulfi..

By admin , in England , at November 25, 2018

author image

A critically ill woman says her last wish to be reunited with her husband before her death will not be fulfilled because his visa has been rejected by the Home Office.

Jamirun Nessa, 66, has lived in Hartlepool for 17 years and is currently being treated for kidney disease and heart failure at James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough.

She wants her husband Syed Habibur Rahman, 75, who lives in Bangladesh, to be able to visit the UK to see her but – despite a letter of support from her doctor – the Home Office has refused his application.

Dated 24/11/2018 Syed Dulal, from Hartlepool, whose grandmother Jamirun Nessa's dying wish to be reunited with her husband Syed Habibur Rahman has been rejected by Home Office officials, who have refused his application for a visa so he can travel from Bangladesh to visit his wife who has lived in Hartlepool for 17 years. Picture shows Syed Dulal with his mother Jamirun in hospital. See story North News

Jamirun Nessas dying wish is to be reunited with her husband, but his Visa has been denied by Home Office officials (Picture: North News)

The Home Office said Mr Rahmans visa application was rejected because it contained various inaccuracies and details provided by him regarding his income did not tally with his bank account, leading to questions over whether he would return to Bangladesh.

Advertisement

Advertisement

The couples son Syed Dulal, 48, says his father only wants to visit his family and has no intention of staying long term, describing their situation as a nightmare.

thumbnail for post ID 8175811Meghan Markle pulls out of Zambia trip over 'Zika virus fears'

Mrs Nessa, who has five children and 25 grandchildren who all live in the UK, has final stage chronic kidney disease, heart failure and chronic renal failure and requires dialysis several times a week.

Syed, who runs a restaurant, said: It is my mums last wish to see him.

My father has been to this country several times and has never overstayed and has gone back home.

Dated 24/11/2018 Syed Dulal, from Hartlepool, whose grandmother Jamirun Nessa's dying wish to be reunited with her husband Syed Habibur Rahman has been rejected by Home Office officials, who have refused his application for a visa so he can travel from Bangladesh to visit his wife who has lived in Hartlepool for 17 years. Pictured is Syed Dulal (left) with his mother Jamirun Nessa and father Syed Habibur Rahman. See story North News

Syed Dulal, pictured with his mother and father Syed Habibur Rahman, says his father is too old to stay in the UK (Picture: North News)

It has really hurt my mum. She is crying because she thought my dad was coming.

Anything could happen any minute. Its like a nightmare.

thumbnail for post ID 8175690'Brexit deal delivers' says Theresa May in warning to MPs threatening to reject it

I phoned him and he started crying. He thinks this is his last chance to see mum.

There is no right to appeal the Home Offices decision, only to apply again which will take the family several weeks.

We cant wait weeks or months, Syed said. My dads not coming to stay, we can confirm that.

Dated 24/11/2018 Syed Dulal, from Hartlepool, whose grandmother Jamirun Nessa's dying wish to be reunited with her husband Syed Habibur Rahman has been rejected by Home Office officials, who have refused his application for a visa so he can travel from Bangladesh to visit his wife who has lived in Hartlepool for 17 years. Picture shows Syed Dulal with a copy of his father's visa refusal letter from the Home Office See story North News

In the Home Offices refusal letter to Mr Rahman it said it had considered the compassionate nature of the visit but said it was not satisfied Mr Rahman gave an accurate picture of his finances (Picture: North News)

He says he cant stay because its too cold. He is elderly as well and has had a heart bypass operation.

Advertisement

Advertisement

In the Home Offices refusal letter to Mr Rahman it said it had considered the compassionate nature of the visit.

But it said it was not satisfied Mr Rahman gave an accurate picture of his finances including that he would be able to cover all the costs of his visit, or that he has enough ties in Bangladesh to return to.

The letter adds: I am further not satisfied that your personal and financial circumstances demonstrate that you are genuinely seeking entry to the UK as a visitor and that you intend to leave the UK at the end of your visit.

Metro.co.uk has contacted the Home Office for comment.

Advertisement

Advertisement

[contf]
[contfnew]

METRO

[contfnewc]
[contfnewc]

Comments


Leave a Reply


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *