met on facebook and fell in love
Sara, from Britain, and Olimie Sholagbed, a resident of Nigeria, met in 2015 on an online platform. After which the conversation started between them. Gradually their relationship turned into love. The two first met face-to-face in Nigeria in April 2016, when Sarah traveled from Britain to Nigeria to meet Olimi. Three weeks later, the couple married each other.
Husband and wife did not meet each other after 2017
After this, Sarah went to Nigeria several times to meet Olimi. Meanwhile, in 2017, Olimi applied for a UK visa. So that he can be with Sarah. But his visa application was blocked. The married couple has not seen each other since March 2017. They are forced to stay away from each other for the last five years.
Visa not received even after spending lakhs
Sara and Olimi have spent £5,000 on legal advice, to appeal against the UK government’s decision. But Olimi is still stranded in Lagos (Nigeria), while Sara lives in Wigan (UK), more than 4,500 miles away. Sara said that now we do not understand where to go from here? It’s not easy. We keep in touch through WhatsApp, Facebook and video calls as well as Tiktok.
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so visa canceled
Sara told that, after the visa application was rejected, we paid a lot of fees to the lawyers to reverse this decision. After which I did not have enough money to travel to Nigeria. Then Kovid hit and now there is a crisis of livelihood. Sarah applied for Olimi’s UK visa for the first time in 2016, but it was rejected saying that Sarah did not have enough money to support Olimi can do
Sara met her husband for the last time in 2017
After this, in 2017 he again applied for visa. For the second time, the question ‘Have visas been applied before’ in the application was ticked ‘No’. For this reason his application was rejected. Sara said that she also appealed against this decision. But, his appeal was rejected. Sara met her husband for the last time in 2017.