This includes children, adult dependant of British Citizens or settled persons and dependants of a point-based migrants.
A child under age 18 living overseas and have parent(s) or other relative(s) who is either settled or applying for settlement in the UK, could be eligible to enter and remain in the UK indefinitely.
If you are the child under 18 of a parent(s)/other relative(s) who has, or is applying for, limited leave as a partner (spouse, civil partner or unmarried partner) of a British citizen or settled person then you could be eligible for leave in line with your parent.
Also an application for leave to enter or remain in the UK as a child in this category may be appropriate where the child’s parent(s)/other relative(s) is applying for entry clearance or leave to remain as the partner of a British citizen or settled person in the UK or where the child’s parent has already been granted entry clearance or leave to remain as a partner of a British citizen or settled person in the UK.
Speak to our immigration lawyers today on how your child can be issued a visa in this category.
Adult Dependant visa.
This visa category is for non-EEA adult dependent relatives of British citizens in the UK, persons settled in the UK, or persons in the UK with refugee leave or humanitarian protection status, who wish to settle here.
There are strict requirements to be met in this category. Contact our immigration lawyers today if you are the parent aged 18 years or over, grandparent, brother or sister aged 18 years or over or son or daughter aged 18 years or over of a person who is in the UK and that person is over 18 and either a British citizen, settled in the UK or a person with refugee leave or humanitarian protection status.
Dependant of a PBS migrant.
The dependant of a PBS migrant visa is for partners and children of points-based system migrants to enter and remain the UK with their family member. To apply in this category, an applicant must be related to a PBS migrant as either their husband, wife, civil partner, unmarried partner, same sex partner or child (under the age of 18 at first application).
Our immigration lawyer have assisted several clients with their dependant visa. Contact us on 07429429892, 02038563516 or firstname.lastname@example.org.