Daughter to visit UK after nine-year fight

Joy...Gary Peet and Lyubov Peet celebrate the news at their Lubenham home after the home office agrees to allow their daughter Nataliya Zhukovska to come to britain after a nine year campaign. (Mail Picture: Andrew Carpenter/MHMP 001605-45)

Joy...Gary Peet and Lyubov Peet celebrate the news at their Lubenham home after the home office agrees to allow their daughter Nataliya Zhukovska to come to britain after a nine year campaign. (Mail Picture: Andrew Carpenter/MHMP 001605-45)

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A long battle against immigration laws which prevented a Lubenham couple from seeing their Ukranian daughter in Britain has finally resulted in victory.

Retired police officer Gary Peet of Westland Close, Lubenham, has been fighting for nine years to bring his step-daughter Nataliya to visit him and his wife Lyubov in the UK.

The Home Office refused to grant Nataliya entry to the country as it said the 28-year-old law graduate would not return to Ukraine at the end of her stay.

 

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