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Support a Sudanese family
Petition Background (Preamble):
This followed the illness of her mother a few years back. EM was assessed for three months to check if he will be a good father, following that he was offered the full resident status. NM was returned to custody of her father in 2003. Family was assessed every six months until 2008. NM did not do well in school, due to social instability and she was not supported enough by School. Based on this, and on some teenage and repelion of NM's brother and other issues, Social security has sought a court ruling to take NM back last year. EM is well known to Sudanese Community as being of good standing.
He wants his children to grow up with some Sudanese cultural core values without compromise of the British norms.
We the undersigned support the return of NM to her father as soon as possible. NM herself is proud of her father and would love to stay with him as family. We fear that if NM is taken away from her father, she might harm herself. NM does not have any problem of staying with her father.
EM has not re-married since his marriage broke in 1996 because he wanted to look after his children who were not prepared to have a step mother. We as Sudanese Community noted that EM is overwhelmed by the current situation. If he is re-united with his daughter, he may be able to live natural life and return to work.
We understand that, there are not any claims from NM’s mother for custody. Therefore the natural custodian should be her father as we so think. We as Sudanese Community and friends and Supporters of EM, think, he is capable of being good father to his daughter NM and will meet best interests of her. We are very confident that EM will provide for his children a safer environment.
The Support a Sudanese family petition to UK was written by Majlis el-Jalyat and is in the category Human Rights at GoPetition. Contact author here. Petition tags: natalie, elrashid, sudan, socila services, westminster, sudanese community centre, scc, london, uk, culture, islam, muslim, babikir ismail, family division