Family Visa

If you are settled in the UK you may wish to bring a Non-EEA adult dependent relative or dependent child to the UK. As the dependent child or adult dependent relative of a British citizen or person with settled status, refugee leave or humanitarian protection you may be able to apply to come to the UK via various routes depending on your relationship to your sponsor and their status in the UK at the time of the application. The number of Adult Dependent Relative (ADR) visas granted in the UK are relatively low which us why it is essential to consult with an immigration expert to help you achieve the best possible outcome.

The parent of a child or family member of a migrant worker already in the UK may also be eligible to apply for a visa. Equally, if your grandparent was born in the UK, you may also be eligible to apply for a UK Ancestry Visa.

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