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Apply ILR as a Dependent of a Skilled Worker in the UK

If you live in the UK on a UK skilled worker visa and your family members (partner and/or children) live with you as your dependents, you can include your partner and/or children when you apply for ILR provided they meet the eligibility requirements.
A dependent can be included in the same application as the main applicant or they can apply separately at a later date once they become eligible to apply. During this period they can continue to extend their existing skilled worker-dependent visa e

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By visaandmigration.com - 7 months ago


7 Year Parent of a Child

If you are in the UK and you have a child who has lived here for 7 years continuously, you can apply for a Parent Visa if you are going to take care of your child. You can apply for a UK parent visa if your child has lived 7 years in the UK to the point that it would be unreasonable for your child to leave the UK and this will be decided by the Home Office.   
Your child must be under 18 on the date you apply for the visa or have been under 18 when you were first granted leave to enter or remai

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By visaandmigration.com - 7 months ago


Things to Know about Permitted Paid Engagement Visa

You need a Permitted Paid Engagement Visitor Visa to come to the UK if you have been invited by a UK organization or client – as a professional artist, entertainer, or musician, professional sports person, qualified lawyer to represent a client, give lectures or as an academic or air pilot examiner or assessor expert.

This visa allows you to visit the UK for up to 1 month and does not allow you to extend your visa. This visa does not lead to settlement in the UK.  You are not allowed to switc

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By visaandmigration.com - 7 months ago


UK Domestic Worker visa

UK Domestic Worker visa allows you to enter the UK with your employer and stay in the UK as a domestic worker in a private household for up to 6 months. You must have worked for your employer for at least one year. Your employer must be a British citizen whose usual place of residence is outside the UK or a foreign citizen who is coming to the UK as a visitor for a short stay.
Those who applied for a UK Domestic Worker visa after 5 April 2012 cannot apply to extend their visa or for the settlem

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By visaandmigration.com - 8 months ago


British Citizenship for Children of EEA National

Some but not all children born in the UK to EEA nationals will be British citizens automatically. However, different rules will apply depending on when the children of EEA nationals were born. Children born in the UK before 1983 were automatically British citizens, with very few exceptions. However, the law changed after introducing the British Nationality Act on 1 January 1983.
Under the British Nationality Act 1983, children born in the UK will be British citizens if one of their parents was

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By visaandmigration.com - 8 months ago


Benefits of British Citizenship

Acquiring British Citizenship is not easy, and it is also quite expensive. But as the UK offers great life and work opportunities, thousands of people apply for British Citizenship each year. Even though Indefinite Leave to Remain gives you many rights, like living and working in the UK indefinitely, acquiring British Citizenship has benefits beyond all these. Here are some benefits available exclusively to those who acquire British Citizenship.


1. Right to Live, Work, and Study in the UK

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By visaandmigration.com - 8 months ago


UK Partner Visa with PIP or Carers Allowance

With a UK partner visa, you bring and live with your partner in the UK if your partner apples from outside the UK. If your partner is already in the UK, a UK partner visa allows him/her to start living with you in the UK. You must be either a British citizen or have settled status in the UK for your partner to apply for a UK partner visa. Your partner can also include a dependent child or children in their UK partner visa application. You and your partner need to meet various eligibility require

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By visaandmigration.com - 8 months ago


UK Unmarried Partner Visa for Self-employed

UK unmarried partner visa allows an unmarried non-British person with a partner in the UK who is a British citizen or has settled status in the UK to join and live with their partner in the UK for an initial period of 33 months. Applicants have to meet the eligibility requirements to be able to apply for a UK unmarried partner visa.

UK Unmarried Partner Visa Financial Requirement

You can meet the financial requirement for a UK unmarried visa in the followings ways:

 The minimum annual

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By visaandmigration.com - 9 months ago


PBS Dependent Visa

If you are a dependent family member of someone who already has or is in the process of having a UK visa under the point-based system (PBS), you can apply for PBS dependent visa to enter and remain in the UK with them. PBS-dependent visas under point based system route are one of the following:

 Skilled Worker
 Student
 Global Talent
 Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent)
 High Potential Individual
 Innovator
 Start-up
 Scale-up
 Temporary Work routes include:
o Creative Worker
o Rel

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By visaandmigration.com - 9 months ago


UK Fiancé Visa for Director

If you have a fiancé who is either a British citizen or has settled status in the UK, you can apply for a UK fiancé visa to join them in the UK. UK fiancé visa is valid for six months only, within which you must marry or get into a civil partnership with your British partner or else you will have to leave the UK. If you get married or enter into a civil partnership with your British partner within six months of granted time as a fiancé, you can apply for a UK spouse visa to continue living with

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By visaandmigration.com - 9 months ago


Visa and Migration is a private OISC regulated company (F201500999) and is not an official Government body. If you would like to prepare and submit your UK immigration application yourself you can do so by visiting the UKVI website.