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ADOPTION/IMMIGRATION: R (S) v Entry Clearance Officer (New Delhi) [2005] EWCA Civ 89
Date:20 JAN 2005

(20 January 2005; Pill, Mance and Keene LJJ; [2005] The Times February 23; Court of Appeal) [2005] 2 FLR 219

When a child sought indefinite leave to remain in the UK as the adopted child of a parent settled in the UK, it was a requirement that the child's adoption had been due to the inability of the natural parents to care for the child, and inability did not include unwillingness to provide care.